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Old 03-10-2013, 11:54 PM   #1
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Linea Corse Dyna's

Ordered a set of Dyna's about a week ago.. WheelDude had to special order them, so they won't be here 'till May -____-
19x8.5 et30 w/ 225/35
19x10 et37 w/ 245/35

I want to be close to maxing out the ST coils I'll be ordering, if not max them out completely. I understand my fenders will need to be rolled. Will they need to be pulled as well?
Also, I know they will camber in once the coils give me a drop, but will it be enough to clear?

Who has had experience with these wheel sizes/tire combo?

My buddy was telling me about his friends sedan on the Dyna's. He's running the same sizes and is slammed. His fenders are completely shaved though.
Keeping in mind that the coupes have a little more clearance than sedans, how much work do you think will need to be done?
Will I need to buy a camber kit or anything?


I know this is an M3, but I want to be stanced like this -




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Old 03-14-2013, 11:24 AM   #2
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Old 03-22-2013, 08:18 AM   #3
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Old 03-22-2013, 10:40 AM   #4
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I don't think you will have too many problems running that wheel/tire package. Rolled fenders, maybe a touch of negative camber, and you will be good to go. Here are some reference shots of my 18x9.5 et25 front, 18x9.5 et15 rears test fitted. My fenders are just rolled, not pulled. My camber is -3.4 front and back.

Here is my front fitment. My wheels stick out 18mm (3/4" roughly) than your 19x8.5 et30 set-up will.



Here is my rear fitment. My wheels stick out 16mm (5/8" roughly) more than your 19x10 et37 set-up will.



You will be able to run less camber than I am to get those to fit. Here is a sedan with those same wheels specs (19x10 et37) with 265/30 tires. Looks almost to be stock camber.

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Old 03-22-2013, 09:35 PM   #5
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That looks sick! Are you running a camber kit or what?
I feel like I should run -3 camber.. just to stay away from rolling the fenders.. I've heard they're a pain in the A-hole to work with.
Can't wait to finally have some wheels on my car.
I wonder how much camber I'll get from ST coils..

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I am running ST coils. I do have camber plates up front. Rear is natural camber though.
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