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      02-10-2016, 12:29 PM   #1
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TE:AL (Technical Alloy) - Track

Found out that these are coming soon. I wonder if it will clear the F80's brakes?

http://www.bimmerworld.com/Wheels-Ti...ace-Wheel.html

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Square Setup: 18x10 ET25
Staggered Setup: 18x9.5 ET22 / 18x10.5 ET27 (aggressive - no race compounds)
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They look good!! I hope they take out a 11" rear so you can stagger with a 10" front
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I think the 18x10.5 ET27 is to aggressive as you say. ET32 would be ideal especially if your going to run track tyres.

There seems to be a significant lip on inner dish which will certainly make fitment a close call. Only trail fit will tell if they clear the calipers.
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I think the 18x10.5 ET27 is to aggressive as you say. ET32 would be ideal especially if your going to run track tyres.

There seems to be a significant lip on inner dish which will certainly make fitment a close call. Only trail fit will tell if they clear the calipers.
There are a few guys running square Apex 18x10 ET25 with race compounds. The staggered setup is where I stated it is too aggressive, so use non-race compounds only.

If they make ET32, it would work. Just need 5-10mm spacer in front depending on suspension option. I didn't see them offering ET32 at the time of this post.
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