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      08-31-2018, 04:49 PM   #23
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out of sheer interest - is having a square set up better for grip than having a staggered setup?

if so, why do manufacturers (bmw too) offer staggered from the factory rather than having a square set up?
Depends on the car, the driver, and track type.

Some prefer staggered over square, but just going from stock staggered to square reduces some understeer, all other components (suspension, camber, etc.) being equal.

https://www.tirebuyer.com/education/...e-wheel-setups
Also allows for tire rotations and one set price for tire purchases.
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out of sheer interest - is having a square set up better for grip than having a staggered setup?

if so, why do manufacturers (bmw too) offer staggered from the factory rather than having a square set up?
Depends on the car, the driver, and track type.

Some prefer staggered over square, but just going from stock staggered to square reduces some understeer, all other components (suspension, camber, etc.) being equal.

https://www.tirebuyer.com/education/...e-wheel-setups
Also allows for tire rotations and one set price for tire purchases.
Although on this particular setup the wheels are not square. So tire rotation would involve dismounting.
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out of sheer interest - is having a square set up better for grip than having a staggered setup?

if so, why do manufacturers (bmw too) offer staggered from the factory rather than having a square set up?
Depends on the car, the driver, and track type.

Some prefer staggered over square, but just going from stock staggered to square reduces some understeer, all other components (suspension, camber, etc.) being equal.

https://www.tirebuyer.com/education/...e-wheel-setups
Also allows for tire rotations and one set price for tire purchases.
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out of sheer interest - is having a square set up better for grip than having a staggered setup?

if so, why do manufacturers (bmw too) offer staggered from the factory rather than having a square set up?
Depends on the car, the driver, and track type.

Some prefer staggered over square, but just going from stock staggered to square reduces some understeer, all other components (suspension, camber, etc.) being equal.

https://www.tirebuyer.com/education/...e-wheel-setups
Also allows for tire rotations and one set price for tire purchases.
Although on this particular setup the wheels are not square. So tire rotation would involve dismounting.
Correct. But in general, if you're running a true square those are added benefits.
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      08-31-2018, 06:13 PM   #30
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out of sheer interest - is having a square set up better for grip than having a staggered setup?

if so, why do manufacturers (bmw too) offer staggered from the factory rather than having a square set up?
Because understeer involves less liability.

BM used square setups until the E36 M3 and has gone staggered since.
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      09-01-2018, 12:56 PM   #33
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Gorgeous and functional. These are the kinds of builds I love! So great that he's using the car to its potential 305's all the way around is just plain nasty.
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Thanks for posting photos of yet another M4 GTS " garage queen collector car..." because "
that's the only people that bought this car. "

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Thanks for posting photos of yet another M4 GTS " garage queen collector car..." because "
that's the only people that bought this car. "

Maybe you should start your own thread...
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      09-01-2018, 03:15 PM   #37
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      09-02-2018, 08:50 AM   #38
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      09-02-2018, 09:48 AM   #39
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Great choice going with 18s IMOP. I will eventually get these rims for my car and stick with 18s as well.
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So much meat on this beast. Looks at home on the track. Great photos of it in action
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Hi, do you guys have a price for that front lip?
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Sorry to bump an old thread here but any idea if 1811″ ET25 EC-7s clear CCBs up front?
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