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      10-18-2012, 02:31 PM   #1
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► APEX | ARC-8 Light Weight Track Wheels

APEX ARC-8 Wheels

APEX ARC-8 wheels were designed to meet the specification needs of HPDE, race, and autocross drivers, while exceeding the requirements for every day street use. This makes them the perfect cost effective, dual duty wheel.


APEX ARC-8 in Hyper Silver


Meeting the Performance Enthusiast’s requirements:
Light-weight: Flow-forming allows for a significant reduction in rotational mass by reducing barrel weight. This manufacturing technique allows the ARC-8 wheel to be almost as light as a traditional forged wheel, but without the significant increase in price.

Strength: Track duty requires a wheel that can handle the punishment of high lateral G’s, hitting berms, and every once in a while a small off track excursion. Spoke and barrel design are a major factor in wheel strength. The flow-forming technique uses high pressure disks/rollers to roll the wheel’s barrel into its final shape. This gives the barrel the same strength properties as a forged wheel, since monoblock wheels go through a similar step to form their barrels. The ARC-8's mesh design helps evenly distribute loads from the barrel to the center of the wheel. The lack of a front lip, and spokes directly connecting to the edge of the wheel, also add increased strength to the outer lip of the wheel. Although a front lip can reduce weight, it can also make the wheel much more prone to bending, and this was an important factor when developing the wheel.

Once a design is selected, it needs to be tested and certified for strength. The ARC-8 wheels were not just FEA tested in a computer simulation, or in house tested to an unregulated standard. They follow Japans JWL standard, and are 3rd party tested there by the VIA in Japan. All 18" ARC-8 wheels have a 690KG load rating.

Proper tire fitment: Stretched rubber, narrow tires, and fender rubbing are not elements to look for in a competitive wheel/tire setup. The ARC-8 wheels were designed with offsets that allow for proper fitment of extreme summer, and r-compound tires without the need for spacers or fender rolling. This means keeping the tire under the fender, and away from suspension components. Track oriented wheel widths are also important as they provide proper sidewall support under hard cornering. Too much rubber for a wheel results in excessive sidewall deflection, which translates into sloppy and delayed turning response.

Multiple fitments: Most BMW’s come with a staggered setup. Some choose to keep their car this way, while others like to switch out for an easy to rotate, square/neutral setup. This is generally based on driver’s preference in addition to costs. The E46 M3 benefits from being able to fit both square and staggered setups with relative ease. 9.5” or 10” square setups are great for budget minded enthusiasts who want to extend their tires life by rotating between events, in addition to preferring the feel of a square setup. Square setups are popular on all 3 series models for track use due to the significant increase in front grip and turn in response. Some E46 M3 owners comment that due to the extra power of their cars, a square setup will lean towards oversteer. For those who prefer more rubber in the rear, a staggered setup is the way to go. 10” and 10.5” wheels are available for rear fitment. These can be combined with 9.5” or 10” fronts for a bolt-on spacer free staggered setup.

BBK clearance: Many owners install Big Brake kits on their cars. Having an 18” wheel that can clear large calipers is a must. Due to the low offset nature of the E46 M3, there are no clearance issues with the concave spokes of the ARC-8 wheel. Barrel clearance was increased during the design phase to accommodate StopTech’s 380mm kit. The only kit that poses an issue at this time is the 380mm Brembo setup.


Meeting the needs of Daily/Street use:

Aesthetic design: Although the ARC-8 put function over form when meeting the above requirements, there is no denying that concave mesh wheels look at home on a BMW.

Paint finishes: All the wheel have a multi-coat painted finish including a full clear coat except for the Satin finish which does not have a clear (that would have made it gloss black). To give owners more options the wheels are offered in 4 different finishes. Hyper Silver, Hyper Black, Anthracite, and Satin Black. Not everyone wants their track day wheels to be grey.

Abuse of street use: The world is full of pot holes and random things to run over. APEX wheels have an excellent history of handling abuse. To date we’ve only had one wheel with a minor bend and another with a hair line crack on the inner barrel lip. Both these wheels came from the same dedicated race car, and the bent wheel is still out there racing today.

Multiple fitments: Due to the more conservative nature of street use, the ARC-8 wheel is also available in sizes that can fit more street oriented rubber, at offsets that are an easier fit. Wider more aggressive wheels can be used by those who like a more flush/filled out look. The choice is yours.

Certification: The race track has no wheel strength requirements, but the street does. Sadly the USA has very lenient/minimal regulations of wheel strength, unlike like Japan and Germany. APEX wheels are independently tested by the Vehicle Inspection Association of Japan (VIA) to the JWL standard. Wheels tested to the JWL standard require all wheels on the road to meet specific load rating requirements based on the bolt pattern, and dimensions of the wheel, the application/vehicle model has nothing to do with it. In comparison, wheels tested to the SAE standard in the USA can pick their own load rating, which can be as low as they want. This defeats the purpose of the test, as a wheel manufacturer can choose to underrate their wheels in order to reduce wheel weight. Wheels claiming JWL testing, but no 3rd party verification are prone to certifying untested/unproven wheels. VIA certification can not be done in house. It requires sending wheels/tires to japan for crush testing. Sadly a large number of vendors claim their wheels are VIA, JWL and even TUV certified, when in fact they were never tested by those organizations at all, and in some cases don't even meet the standard requirements of those tests. For this reason the certificate numbers for the ARC-8 wheels have been listed below. Self regulate the market, and ask all vendors to back up their claims. If they were tested, then they'll have the registration numbers.


Available Sizes, Weights, and Pricing:
18x8.5" ET38 - 18.45lbs - $289
18x8.5" ET45 - 18.20lbs - $289 - 1 Series Fitment
18x9.0" ET42 - 18.65lbs - $299
18x9.5" ET62 - 18.20lbs - $314 - 1 Series Fitment
18x9.5" ET35 - 18.85lbs - $314
18x9.5" ET22 - 19.20lbs - $314
18x10" ET25 - 19.95lbs - $324
18x10.5" ET27 - 20.45lbs - $344

Available Finishes
  • Hyper Silver
  • Hyper Black
  • Anthracite
  • Satin Black

Warranty Summary:
2 year Structural, 1 year limited finish warranty guarantees wheels will be free from defects in materials, workmanship and paint finish under normal and reasonable use.





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  • Tax: California customers will be charged 8.75% CA sales tax.
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  • Warehouse and local pickup: The APEX warehouse is at 7888 Marathon Drive, Unit A, Livermore, CA, 94550 (Map It), (888) 499-9135 EXT. #2. This is where you pick up local orders.
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these are great wheels
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do you have a black / black photo?
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Those are sexy. What would be a good set up for winter wheels on a 135is?
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Hyper Silver ARC-8s on a 135i:



We have direct 1-series fitment ARC-8 wheels in stock and ready to ship!

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Those are sexy. What would be a good set up for winter wheels on a 135is?
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Just PM you asking how to fit 245/35 up front.
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BR Racing's 135i with 18x8.5" ARC-8's and 245/35/18 tires:



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If I run 235/40/18 and 265/35/18 Michelin PSS, do I need 5mm spacer up front? Also, which color do you think the best to pair it with jet black? I want something other than black but want to makes it look natural. Thanka
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What is the optimum tires for this arc-8 with Michelin PSS? I'm asking for optimal performance not maximum rubber I can fit. I'm looking to get best performance thru this wheels and tires. My car is stock, not tune and not lowered.
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What is the optimum tires for this arc-8 with Michelin PSS? I'm asking for optimal performance not maximum rubber I can fit. I'm looking to get best performance thru this wheels and tires. My car is stock, not tune and not lowered.
We would recommend using 235/40/18 and 265/35/18 Michelin PSS with these ARC-8's in 18x8.5" ET45 and 18x9.5" ET62. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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What is the optimum tires for this arc-8 with Michelin PSS? I'm asking for optimal performance not maximum rubber I can fit. I'm looking to get best performance thru this wheels and tires. My car is stock, not tune and not lowered.
We would recommend using 235/40/18 and 265/35/18 Michelin PSS with these ARC-8's in 18x8.5" ET45 and 18x9.5" ET62. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
Any spacer required? How about the optimal tire setup for a car lowered by 1"? Just curious about this because I might mildly drop my car. Thanks
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The Total Lubricants race car sporting the ARC-8s in 17x8.5" ET40 squared:



Feel free to give us a call if you have any fitment questions!

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Any spacer required? How about the optimal tire setup for a car lowered by 1"? Just curious about this because I might mildly drop my car. Thanks
Spacers are not required for our direct fitment 18x8.5" ET45 & 18x9.5" ET62 1-series wheels, the wheel sizes and offsets were made specifically for the 1-series to not require any spacers or additional modifications with the proper street tire sizes in 235/40/18 and 265/35/18.
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The Total Lubricants race car sporting the ARC-8s in 17x8.5" ET40 squared:



Feel free to give us a call if you have any fitment questions!

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Any spacer required? How about the optimal tire setup for a car lowered by 1"? Just curious about this because I might mildly drop my car. Thanks
Spacers are not required for our direct fitment 18x8.5" ET45 & 18x9.5" ET62 1-series wheels, the wheel sizes and offsets were made specifically for the 1-series to not require any spacers or additional modifications with the proper street tire sizes in 235/40/18 and 265/35/18.
How about 8.5x18 et38 up front? I'm on stock suspension and height. Plan to get that front wheels and put 225/40/18 Michelin PSS, how's that? I heard 235/40/18 on et45 might require at least 3mm spacer if using Michelin PSS, so should et38 works fine?

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How about 8.5x18 et38 up front? I'm on stock suspension and height. Plan to get that front wheels and put 225/40/18 Michelin PSS, how's that? I heard 235/40/18 on et45 might require at least 3mm spacer if using Michelin PSS, so should et38 works fine?

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Unfortunately the 18x8.5" ET38 is not a 1-series wheel and will cause the wheel and tires to rub on the front, and it shares the same face as the 18x8.5" ET45 that was designed specifically for the 1-series. We do not recommend stretched tires as it does not provide the necessary wheel protection for street road conditions, such as potholes. We have not heard of anybody having issues with the 235/40/18 Michelin PSS with the 18x8.5" ET45 ARC-8, but the 18x8.5" ET38 will require negative camber to properly clear the front fenders.
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With our staggered ARC-8's, you can fit Toyo R888 R-Compound tires on your 1-series!



Feel free to give us a call regarding fitments for the street or track!
What's the tire/wheel specs on this^^^ fitment???
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What's the tire/wheel specs on this^^^ fitment???
That customer is using the 18x8.5" ET45 and 18x9.5" ET62 with Toyo R888 tires in 225/40/18 and 265/35/18, and he understood that the rear tire would cause problems with that tire size in the rear with this particular tire. He did in fact have rubbing issues with the rear fenders, requiring modifications to the fenders in order for the rears to clear. The Toyo R888's run much wider than a normal tire, approximately one full size up from a typical street tire, so we would recommend the 255/35/18 Toyo R888 if you are looking to use a similar setup as those tires have about the same amount of tire width as a 265/35/18 street tire, and it also reduces the need of major fender rolling or negative camber in the rear. Depending on the ride height your car is at, there may be a need for a slight fender roll, but in most cases the rear wheels with 255/35/18 Toyo R888's don't have any fitment issues.
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That customer is using the 18x8.5" ET45 and 18x9.5" ET62 with Toyo R888 tires in 225/40/18 and 265/35/18, and he understood that the rear tire would cause problems with that tire size in the rear with this particular tire. He did in fact have rubbing issues with the rear fenders, requiring modifications to the fenders in order for the rears to clear. The Toyo R888's run much wider than a normal tire, approximately one full size up from a typical street tire, so we would recommend the 255/35/18 Toyo R888 if you are looking to use a similar setup as those tires have about the same amount of tire width as a 265/35/18 street tire, and it also reduces the need of major fender rolling or negative camber in the rear. Depending on the ride height your car is at, there may be a need for a slight fender roll, but in most cases the rear wheels with 255/35/18 Toyo R888's don't have any fitment issues.
I see, whats the price for the exact set up?
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I see, whats the price for the exact set up?
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This 1-series is sporting Hyper Black ARC-8's in 18x8.5" ET45 and 18x9.5" ET62 with 235/40/18 and 265/35/18 Michelin Pilot Sport tires.



Feel free to give us a call with any questions!
Hey, if you guys are posting my car could you blur the license?

Also, tire sizes have been
F: 255/35-18 PSS
R: 275/35-18 PSS

F: 255/35-18 AD08
R: 285/30-18 AD08
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Hey, if you guys are posting my car could you blur the license?

Also, tire sizes have been
F: 255/35-18 PSS
R: 275/35-18 PSS

F: 255/35-18 AD08
R: 285/30-18 AD08
Not a problem, changed it for you! What are your alignment settings, and how much fender modification did you do to fit those tires in the rear?
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Not a problem, changed it for you! What are your alignment settings, and how much fender modification did you do to fit those tires in the rear?
F: 255/35-18 PSS -3.5 deg camber, removed bumper screw in fender and ground down support. Stock quarter panels, no roll, koni shocks (thinner), no spacer, stock wishbones
R: 275/35-18 PSS -1.8 deg camber

Other settings were all same as stock.

F: 255/35-18 AD08, -3.5 to 0 camber w/ER widebody kit, M3 wishbones
R: 285/30-18 AD08, -1.5 camber, no toe (rubs front inside at 1/16" toe when the suspension is extended)

Zero fender modification. I have a thread somewhere on the forums with a few pics of this fitting.

Next up is a new set of Arc 8's 9.5" all around
F: e35 +3mm Spacer, 285/30-18 AD08 + ER Widebody, M3 wishbones
R: e62 285/30-18 AD08

I'm not sure if the front will fit yet, but it's worth a shot.
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