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    What offsets should I get my 19s for my e92 m? I Want them to be aggressive

    I'm getting wheels made in 19s in the following size for my e92 M

    Front: 19x9

    Rear: 19x10.5

    Can I run +15 in the front and +18 in the rear? I'm looking to be flush as possible without rubbing and without spacers... I'm dropped on eibachs

    Thanks!

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    I wish I remembered what my offsets were.

    ET18 is pretty aggressive in the rear and can be done. Not sure about if you can run +15 in the front.

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    Thanks sticky!

    I've decided on my offsets...trying to dyno 410whp+ NA

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by disruptv Click here to enlarge
    I've decided on my offsets...trying to dyno 410whp+ NA
    You are going to need some lightweight wheels.

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    i have 19x9.5 +17 19x11 +20.........kinda flush

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BrenM3 Click here to enlarge
    i have 19x9.5 +17 19x11 +20.........kinda flush
    But not hellaflush?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    You are going to need some lightweight wheels.
    Front: 17.8 lb

    Fear: 19.5lb

    Whatcha think ?

    OT: sticky, can u use the same log in for all the new forums u are creating without having to re register?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by disruptv Click here to enlarge
    Front: 17.8 lb

    Fear: 19.5lb

    Whatcha think ?
    Damn light!

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by disruptv Click here to enlarge
    OT: sticky, can u use the same log in for all the new forums u are creating without having to re register?
    Yep.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BrenM3 Click here to enlarge
    i have 19x9.5 +17 19x11 +20.........kinda flush
    Any rubbing? What are u dropped on? Are u using spacers? Ur wheels look insane! Btw check ur pm I sent 1 to u... Thanks


    Btw, Thanks sticky!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by disruptv Click here to enlarge
    Btw, Thanks sticky!
    Just learned my offsets were ET 22 in front and in back.

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    rd sport springs

    doesnt rub at all......

    might go hella low with GC coilovers :/

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