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      11-21-2012, 05:36 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by nachob View Post
295/30/19 is closer to the correct diameter than 285?

On a high revving NA car a smaller diameter can help the car spool up faster and get into the power band, but that is not an issue on the 1M. If anything, going with a smaller tire will cause you to reach the redline sooner and having to shift earlier.

I see a Michelin Super Sport on Tire Rack in 295-30-19 which can fit 10-11.5" wheels. Good luck.
There are members who posted recently (I remember at least RobertM) that 295/30 really fits with zero complications both on the stock wheel and inside the wheel well. And yes, as a set 275/30 19 and 295/30 19 is extremely close to stock, and I believe it will create no DSC issues at all, the balance will be almost identical. You are going +3 all corners in width while dropping from profile 35 to 30. 295/30 has 26.0 inch diameter while stock 265/35 has 26.3. 275/30 has 25.6 vs. stock front's 25.8.

I also contacted with a few E9X M3 guys who reported use of this set up on stock Competition (1M) wheels and they seem to be very happy, no issues.
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