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    A slammed E39

    Sorry, only one pic and I don't have more details on this car:

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    I do

    Car Info:

    Owner: Pavel K.

    Year/Make/Model: 2000 BMW 528i

    Custom Suspension: Fronts - FK Struts/Supersport Springs Rears - Bilstein Shocks/Ground Control Springs

    Lights: Euro Hella Headlights/Tail Lights

    Body: 2001+ Front Bumper

    Wheels: CCW LM20 18x10 et -7 (Fronts) 18x11.5 et +16 (Rears)

    Rubber: Falken 452 - 225/40 (Fronts) 255/35 (Rears)


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    ^ That's some really great work David.

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    Thanx.
    I think these rims are too wide for the tires, I think. 10J tires with 225 and 11,5J with 255. The rim is sticking out of the tire wall. Would not come anywhere near an US curb with those.
    Those fenders are really rolled 180 degrees.
    He claims a half inch ground clearance
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    225 is pushing it a bit. I ran 235s on a 10 to fit my gfs E92 and that was a tight fit..

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    my homies 540. not slammed like that but good enough.

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    Nice. I love the e39. That was my first car. I remember back in high school my 540i got me a lot of pussy. I had the M tech kit. The car looked so sweet.
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    I love the E39, but that one is a little too low.
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    I love the E39, but that one is a little too low.
    Yea it is a little slow lol. I raced him when my gti was stock and i pulled on him by a car haha, it was a cute race.
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