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      01-19-2014, 06:36 PM   #89
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I'm not going to claim that it is a good pshop... but it still looks the business.

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      01-19-2014, 07:00 PM   #90
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I'm not going to claim that it is a good pshop... but it still looks the business.

That looks great.. I'd pick up a set of ZCP's for this car whether it be for winter duty or summer.
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Not sure if I missed it along the way with all the new info released but has it been stated what the offsets etc. are?
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Wow those 18'a look so small! Anyone know the offsets?
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      01-19-2014, 08:14 PM   #93
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I'm not going to claim that it is a good pshop... but it still looks the business.

That looks win. Will you make the ZCP wheels black like the GTS wheels and a darker gunmetal grey as well?
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That looks win. Will you make the ZCP wheels black like the GTS wheels and a darker gunmetal grey as well?
If you can find examples of such wheels, yeah I can throw them on there.
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That looks great.. I'd pick up a set of ZCP's for this car whether it be for winter duty or summer.
Do they fit the new M3/M4?
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That looks great.. I'd pick up a set of ZCP's for this car whether it be for winter duty or summer.
Do they fit the new M3/M4?
Yes!
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      01-19-2014, 10:28 PM   #97
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I'm not going to claim that it is a good pshop... but it still looks the business.
Looks too much like the e92. I want to move forward with design.
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      01-19-2014, 10:29 PM   #98
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I'm not going to claim that it is a good pshop... but it still looks the business.
Looks too much like the e92. I want to move forward with design.
That's a good point as well.
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      01-19-2014, 11:07 PM   #99
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So are these the 18" wheels that are represented in the configurator? The picture below looks like 19s.

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      01-20-2014, 12:03 AM   #100
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I'm not going to claim that it is a good pshop... but it still looks the business.

Awesome

Weird reflection though
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      01-20-2014, 12:35 AM   #101
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403M's look perfect for the new 3s. Not a huge fan of either wheel choice they've put on the M's.
99% agree. It's a minor cosmetic problem that the rear 403M is only 8.5" wide instead of 9" minimum recommended for 255 section tyres. The only wheels that I'd rather have are BBS RS-GT 948 and 949, but they break piggy banks.

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1 - These are bad renders, I think the final product will be improved.
2 - Utterly offensive that BMW feels that 18 inch wheels should be standard on a $64k+ premium sports sedan. They don't even fit the wheel wells!
I don't know what you mean by that. Both 18" and 19" are the same width front and rear. The 19" is a "+1" with same overall circumference as the 18". So being the same width and circumference, both should fit the wheel wells the same.

I'm with the majority here that with preference for the 18" as the better looking wheel.
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      01-20-2014, 07:42 AM   #103
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99% agree. It's a minor cosmetic problem that the rear 403M is only 8.5" wide instead of 9" minimum recommended for 255 section tyres. The only wheels that I'd rather have are BBS RS-GT 948 and 949, but they break piggy banks.
If you are looking for some multi-spoke twin-spoke 19" OEM wheels in the vein of the 403M but in the proper widths, perhaps the standard M5 or M6 wheel would work.

Style 345M 19" x 9" F, 19" x 10" R (Standard on M5)



Style 344M 19" x 9.5" F, 19" x 10.5" R (Standard on M6)



Note that since we don't know the offsets for the stock F8x wheels yet, it's hard to say how these would fit/look on the car at this point. Also, not sure how the stock F8x 255/275 rubber would look stretched over the latter wheel with its extra half inch of width. Of course you could always size-up the tire assuming everything fits. It would give you a little better traction in theory but also add weight of course (as would the wider wheel probably).
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      01-20-2014, 09:09 AM   #104
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How do you know this?
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Yes!
How do you know this?
....Because I use the F30 as a reference. If we can fit aggressive wheels on our cars, the wider F8X will have no problem with OEM ///M3 wheels from the E9X. I'd be surprised if the offset changed much (...or at all) from the E9X.
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How do you know this?
There are also a couple of pics floating around here of the new car with e9x 220M wheels (SSII m4 and the mineral gray m3 in parking garage)
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How do you know this?
There are also a couple of pics floating around here of the new car with e9x 220M wheels (SSII m4 and the mineral gray m3 in parking garage)
+2

That too! Many of the test cars have E9X wheels mounted on the front.
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That too! Many of the test cars have E9X wheels mounted on the front.
I haven't seen any of them. Aren't the F30 offsets pretty different than E92? I thought the offsets were like ET36F/ET47R. E92 M3 style 220 in similar sizes is ET29F/ET23R. I know most ran with 18mm spacer, but that still is pretty different. I wouldn't assume they fit. The other issue could be 12mm vs. 14mm bolts. I guess we'll see.

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That too! Many of the test cars have E9X wheels mounted on the front.
I haven't seen any of them. Aren't the F30 offsets pretty different than E92? I thought the offsets were like ET36F/ET47R. E92 M3 style 220 in similar sizes is ET29F/ET23R.
A quick search will yield pics. Are you new to BMW's????

P.S. Bolt 'pattern' and bolt 'thread spacing' are two different things.
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So are these the 18" wheels that are represented in the configurator? The picture below looks like 19s.
They are the same design as the configurator over the standard brakes. The only pics of cars with CCBs have had the 19s on since they have to clear the caliper.

I seriously doubt the same style exists but in 19s so by deductive reasoning, I'm going to say those are 18s in that picture.
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