I realize that the car is uber slammed, but IMO it's not the same when 'cheating' with tires. If you drop the sidewall down a size or 2 (205/40/17) of course the car will be lower naturally, and allow you to slam it more than normal. Not to discredit the car or the awesome look or anything, that's just the first thing I think of when I see cars dragging subframe on stretched 17s.
It's a lot harder to be slammed with big daddy wheels, like sin3 or that one 'siniztr' steel grey coupe with CCWs, which isn't too slammed, but he could.
WTB: Complete e46 M3 rear end
Last edited by hi its me alec; 07-04-2010 at 12:10 PM.