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      07-25-2009, 05:44 PM   #96

Drives: 2011 E90 M3, 1988 M3, 2015 X1
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Oklahoma City, OK

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Originally Posted by RaceTime View Post
Wheels: Breyton GTS-R
Front: 18x8.5 +48
Spacer: 10mm

Rear: 18x8.5 +48
Spacer: none

Front Dunlop Star Specs 255/35/18
Rear Dunlop Star Specs 255/35/18

Suspension/Fender Mods/Camber:
-H&R Pro coil and springs- all the way up in front and lowered 1/2 in the rear
-Vorshlag front camber plates (brings the tires "in" more, away from the fender lip), 2.6 degrees in front (max)
-BMW strut brace
-Custom rear strut brace
-Dinan Stage 2 tune
-Injen Intake
-G-Force harnesses
-BMP Tow hooks (for track racing)

Front rubs a little bit over bumps. Front tires are really wide, if you were to turn and go up a big bump...bye, bye fender. Set up is unbelievable for racing, not what I use on the street (that is what stock tires are for). Unbelievable amounts of grip and very little understeer, even with over 400 hp!
I'm a little confused. If it rubs up front like that, how is it ideal for racing? Can you eliminate it by adding more camber up front? I'd be more concerned about damaging the fenders on the track.
2011 E90 M3 - Alpine White/Fox Red Extended/Carbon Leather
Premium/Convenience/Cold Weather Package - Competition Package - M-DCT - Sunshades - EPS - BMW Apps - Sat Radio - Ipod/USB