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      03-31-2020, 04:49 PM   #1
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BMW M4 CS - HRE Classic 300 + H&R + Remus


The BMW M4 CS is definitely an upgrade from the M4, but nothing a little Autotalent touch can't help improve even more. Our client brought us his individual M4 CS for an even bigger upgrade. We started on this beast by swapping out the stock exhaust and equipping it with one of the most popular and best exhausts for the F8X platform, Remus cat-back. We then threw on a set of HRE Classic 300's with a super aggressive set up. HRE makes some of the best wheels out there, not to mention how they have mastered their designs. With every set of new wheels, new suspension is a must. We installed H&R Sport Springs to give it that flushed and aggressive stance. Not to mention the improved handling that comes with upgrading your suspension. These pieces gave this M4 CS a huge step up, standing out from others. Here at Autotalent, we make sure you get the best deal and set up for your ride, most importantly, doing whatever our clients want to make them happy Upgrade your BMW with us today, you won't regret it! Contact ashkon@autotalent.com for more information and inquires.


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Damn that looks good. Nice job.
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Love the meaty tire size. Really nice
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Oh my...that makes me wanna build another M
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Love the meaty tire size. Really nice
That 325 rear

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That’s a clean, handsome set up.
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looks good. esp with the MCCB standing out!
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So is the sweet spot to truly fit PS4S 325s (no rubbing at lowered heights at all speeds and LA undulations) 11.5" ET43?

BTW, this CS looks bad arse, but I know for sure this dude us gonna rub the fronts right there. Looks even more aggressive than the Work F8X specs.
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So is the sweet spot to truly fit PS4S 325s (no rubbing at lowered heights at all speeds and LA undulations) 11.5" ET43?
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So you're willing to put Justin's stamp of certification that 20x12s + PS4S 325s fit a lowered, but otherwise unmolested F8X ZERO rubbing?
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So you're willing to put Justin's stamp of certification that 20x12s + PS4S 325s fit a lowered, but otherwise unmolested F8X ZERO rubbing?
Yessir but suspension and alignment are pretty big factors that impact this.

On a stock height car it's going to be literally on the inner fender above the shock
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Yessir but suspension and alignment are pretty big factors that impact this.

On a stock height car it's going to be literally on the inner fender above the shock
There's only so much you can do with lowering and alignment unless you go ghetto fab. Let's go by the CS here. Zero rubbing?

This thread shows another owner running 11.5s + same tires.

https://f80.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh....php?t=1708081
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There's only so much you can do with lowering and alignment unless you go ghetto fab. Let's go by the CS here. Zero rubbing?

This thread shows another owner running 11.5s + same tires.

https://f80.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh....php?t=1708081
The inner fender liner is basically a big half circle if you think about it.

There are certain points/height of the wheel where the tire or even wheel and tire will touch based on your height and suspension.

The set up in this thread does not touch either point but he is also not slammed nor is he stock height.

If the height was closer to where you or I lowered it will for sure touch up in the standard spot that all wheels rub on when lowered too much. (The rounded portion of the inner fender)
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The inner fender liner is basically a big half circle if you think about it.

There are certain points/height of the wheel where the tire or even wheel and tire will touch based on your height and suspension.

The set up in this thread does not touch either point but he is also not slammed nor is he stock height.

If the height was closer to where you or I lowered it will for sure touch up in the standard spot that all wheels rub on when lowered too much. (The rounded portion of the inner fender)
My bicycle tire 295/30s don't touch anywhere running 11" width, ET40, and stock spec rear camber. I am nowhere near where your height's at, but certainly lower than this CS which is a bit on the high side, thus my inquiry to chase this down. Sounds like jury's still out?
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My bicycle tire 295/30s don't touch anywhere running 11" width, ET40, and stock spec rear camber. I am nowhere near where your height's at, but certainly lower than this CS which is a bit on the high side, thus my inquiry to chase this down. Sounds like jury's still out?
At our height it'll touch somewhere, I did another M4 with 325/25/20 PS4S with the stance set up right on top of the letters (slight tuck). Doesn't rub until the car cambers in on tips and exits, but when you're playing that aggressive you have to understand that there's no more room, inside or out.

The rub is so minor you don't hear it but if you take the wheel off it's in that exact same spot everyone will rub. The rounded portion of the fender liner
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WOW!!!

I hate to say this, but if I was to modify my stock M4, that's exactly how I would want it. Might hit you guys up one day in the future.
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At our height it'll touch somewhere, I did another M4 with 325/25/20 PS4S with the stance set up right on top of the letters (slight tuck). Doesn't rub until the car cambers in on tips and exits, but when you're playing that aggressive you have to understand that there's no more room, inside or out.

The rub is so minor you don't hear it but if you take the wheel off it's in that exact same spot everyone will rub. The rounded portion of the fender liner
So it rubs then. Bummer. I guess I stick with my tricycle tires.
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That rear setup is crazy aggressive! Love it!
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Well done, car looks perfect with the HRE 300's!
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The BMW M4 CS is definitely an upgrade from the M4, but nothing a little Autotalent touch can't help improve even more. Our client brought us his individual M4 CS for an even bigger upgrade. We started on this beast by swapping out the stock exhaust and equipping it with one of the most popular and best exhausts for the F8X platform, Remus cat-back. We then threw on a set of HRE Classic 300's with a super aggressive set up. HRE makes some of the best wheels out there, not to mention how they have mastered their designs. With every set of new wheels, new suspension is a must. We installed H&R Sport Springs to give it that flushed and aggressive stance. Not to mention the improved handling that comes with upgrading your suspension. These pieces gave this M4 CS a huge step up, standing out from others. Here at Autotalent, we make sure you get the best deal and set up for your ride, most importantly, doing whatever our clients want to make them happy Upgrade your BMW with us today, you won't regret it! Contact ashkon@autotalent.com for more information and inquires.


To purchase Remus exhaust, click here:https://autotalent.com/products/remu...aaa5dc3f&_ss=r



















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Looks amazing. You guys really know how to set it apart.
My understanding and please correct me if I am wrong. I would not put springs on the car period. The shocks wear out with a year or so. Then the ride quality is horrible. If I need to lower a car then I would highly suggest Coilovers. Springs do the job for short time. Cost factor is amazing. Made a mistake on putting H&R springs on a cayenne a long time ago and totally hated it after a year.

What is different here? Please help me understand and educate me.
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Seems like I am the only one here, but I find the stock 763M wheels look way better than these...
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Seems like I am the only one here, but I find the stock 763M wheels look way better than these...
That makes two of us. CS wheels are practically perfect. Only thing I'd maybe want is for them to be wider and 20s all around.

Does the owner want to sell his stock 763m?
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