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  1. hrc
    04-21-2015 03:04 AM

    I just purchased a 02 e46 non zsp. I'm coming from a '06 e90 330 w/zsp so I'm unfamiliar with the desired set up for 18vb3/csl style rims. I'm going to drop it on h&r sports, please advise the correct offset to purchase. Thank you!
  2. paca100
    08-13-2014 04:42 PM
    Hello Charles, I'm seriously considering buying a set of v710's but I have no idea which size to order, just some facts:

    Car: e46 330ci cabrio with sport suspension
    Wheel size: 19"
    Staggered: yes please!
    Concave rear: yes!!

    The only thing I want to avoid is rubbing or any modification on the car, could you please tell me which would fit my car with no issues?
    Also, if its not too much trouble, could you tell me tire sizes as well, I have no idea which sizes go with what wheel size....
    Thank you so much!
  3. ricky dee
    07-05-2014 02:29 AM
    ricky dee
    Thinking about dropping but new york potholes got me scared. Just put 19'' miro 111s on em. What do you think?
  4. bmoss234
    08-24-2013 06:16 PM

    I'm looking to get a set of your v701s and I was just curious if a 18x8.5 et 35 for the front and 18x9.5 et 33 setup will fit for a non M e46 coupe

    Thanks so much
  5. mag00
    08-23-2013 07:47 PM
    Hi, I have an E46 330d se saloon could you tell me which offset would best suit a set of 18x8 and 18x8.5 I have seee so many different variants im confused!! thanks.
  6. Zach330ci
    09-18-2012 10:53 PM
    I have a 2002 330ci with sport suspension, i wanted to know if I could fit 18x9.5 et 45 VB3's with 265/35 r18 on the rear with out rubbing? and also what et you would recommend for the from wheels so it doesn't look funny?
  7. jvn_style
    08-22-2012 02:44 PM
    Hi! do you buy used VMR wheels?
  8. remtron
    02-21-2012 10:06 PM
    I had a question, I am really looking forward to buying 19 inch VB3's on my 2002 330ci. It has the sport ride height and I would like to maintain the overall size of the wheel so that my performance is not affected. What would you recommend as far as tire size goes without rubbing? I have a lot of fender space that I would like to fill without rubbing. Also, I would like the back rims to be more deep/ concave than the front rims. Thanks for the help. Looking forward to doing business with velocity motoring.
  9. unitedpaul1953
    02-21-2012 03:10 PM
    Are there any concerns I need to know about regarding the following wheel-tire set up on 2004 BMW 325i with stock suspension? I have done some research and I believe the clearance to the strut housing will be reduced by 11/16inch and outside edge of wheel will be moved out 13/16 inch. Doesn't seem like much, but I would appreciate any input.

    VMR V701, 18x8.5 (all-around), 5x120, offset 45, tire size 235/40-18
  10. mdh
    11-21-2011 06:07 PM
    thanks for the reply. Do the v10s have more concavity compare to the vb3?
    as far as rubbing I do plan on lowering a bit. Not completely slammed but enough to close up the gap. will I run into problems?

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