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      11-08-2016, 09:20 PM   #1
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Introducing the official Signature Wheel Gallery and Fitment Q&A Thread. We will showcase our wheels in this thread and we will also openly help you figure out the best wheels/tires setup for your vehicle. It doesn't matter if you're interested in Signature or not, we will even use our team of engineers to help you ensure you'll have the perfect fitment. At Signature, we believe in sharing our knowledge and making the car community a better place. We publicly disclosed proven "flush" fitments/offsets/tire sizes on our website and the list will grow as we test fit more vehicles. At Signature, we believe in pushing the fitment limits to be "aggressively tasteful."

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Signature SV302 - brushed black barrel, brushed black face, and hidden hardware. 20x9.5 ET15 and 20x11 ET30 - 235/35/20 front and 285/30/20 rear. CATuned Coilovers. More aggressive than our standard recommendation, but the owner Seth loves the look.
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Signature SV102 - Brushed Aluminum - 20x9.5 ET20 and 20x11 ET40 - 265/30/20 front and 295/30/20 MPSS rear. KWV3 coilovers.

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Signature SV302 - brushed black barrel, brushed black face, and hidden hardware. 20x9.5 ET15 and 20x11 ET30 - 235/35/20 front and 285/30/20 rear. More aggressive than our standard recommendation, but the owner Seth loves the look.


Looks sick! I just got a 11" ET25 for my F82. The manufacture told me there gonna be no rubbing with 285/30 . ... ET30 is already close to the fender
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Looks sick! I just got a 11" ET25 for my F82. The manufacture told me there gonna be no rubbing with 285/30 …. ... ET30 is already close to the fender
It depends on the tire brand. In general, Pirelli is narrower than Michelin. So no rubbing may be true for Pirelli tires, but not Michelin MPSS or Cup2. ET25 is cutting it very close, you "may" need tcamber in if needed. Please share your findings once mounted so we can help the community.

Here's a better angle of 20x11 ET30 with 285/30/20 (NITTO NT555). NITTO width is between Pirelli Zero and MPSS. As you can see, I don't think there's even 2mm room left let alone 5mm.
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Oh shit ... I want to use my stock 285/30 Michelin tire

I don't want to roll my fenders, camber should be ok, but no fender rolling

Another Member is running ET30 with 295/30

http://f80.bimmerpost.com/forums/sho...highlight=Zito

F80 and F82 have the same fitment?

Front gonna be 20x10 et25 with stock 265/30 Michelin
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Oh shit ... I want to use my stock 285/30 Michelin tire

I don't want to roll my fenders, camber should be ok, but no fender rolling

Another Member is running ET30 with 295/30

http://f80.bimmerpost.com/forums/sho...highlight=Zito

F80 and F82 have the same fitment?

Front gonna be 20x10 et25 with stock 265/30 Michelin

No mod needed in front, unless you run KW HAS or KW CS then you'll need 3mm spacers front. Rear: you should be fine with cambering in w/o rolling fenders. F80 and F82 have the same suspension/offset. Toyo Proxes 4 have almost the same section width as MPSS.

The seller did mentioned it was too aggressive. The black M4 rear camber was in very heavily to fit.

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It depends on the tire brand. In general, Pirelli is narrower than Michelin. So no rubbing may be true for Pirelli tires, but not Michelin MPSS or Cup2. ET25 is cutting it very close, you "may" need to roll your fenders or camber in if needed. Rolling fenders is very easy to do, just make sure you use a heat gun at warm setting so the paint won't crack. Please share your findings once mounted so we can help the community.

Here's a better angle of 20x11 ET30 with 285/30/20 (NITTO NT555). NITTO width is between Pirelli Zero and MPSS. As you can see, I don't think there's even 2mm room left let alone 5mm.

Is it even possible to roll F8x fenders? It looks like it's already flat and rolled from factory?
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The SV-104 looks like a winner! Any more angles of this wheel?
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The SV-104 looks like a winner! Any more angles of this wheel?
How about this angle? Notice the muscular shoulders and sharp angles.
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Is it even possible to roll F8x fenders? It looks like it's already flat and rolled from factory?
Rolling the fenders isn't just to flatten the excess sheet metal. A roller can also pull the existing fender out a few mm to make room for a more aggressive tire/wheel offset. Stance bro dudes have been doing this for a long time. Not recommended.
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How about this angle? Notice the muscular shoulders and sharp angles.
HOLY FACK. That is beautiful.

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Rolling the fenders isn't just to flatten the excess sheet metal. A roller can also pull the existing fender out a few mm to make room for a more aggressive tire/wheel offset. Stance bro dudes have been doing this for a long time.
I consider that pulling fenders, not rolling. Not a fan of pulling fenders but don't mind rolling the inner fender / lip to gain a little more clearance. Pulling fenders makes the fenders look messed up sometimes.
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I consider that pulling fenders, not rolling. Not a fan of pulling fenders but don't mind rolling the inner fender / lip to gain a little more clearance. Pulling fenders makes the fenders look messed up sometimes.
Come on... it's hella tight bruv.

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I consider that pulling fenders, not rolling. Not a fan of pulling fenders but don't mind rolling the inner fender / lip to gain a little more clearance. Pulling fenders makes the fenders look messed up sometimes.
Correct. The back quarter is pretty flat, front could be rolled which is pointless with the plastic limning in the way.
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Signature SV103 in Brushed Black Tinted - 20x9.5 ET20 front and 20x11 ET40 rear. MPSS 265/30/20 and 295/30/20. Eibach Springs.
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265/30/20 295/30/20
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ET 11 Rear with a 295? Typo?
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ET 11 Rear with a 295? Typo?
Yeah...somthing is off ... I guess 41 or 31?
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Yeah...somthing is off ... I guess 41 or 31?
It's a typo. Probably put in ET11 by accident since the width is 11 inches. The offset is most likely ET40; default for this wheel in that width.
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