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      03-30-2017, 07:09 AM   #1
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Post BMW M Performance 763 M Wheels Specs

Just checked ETK and they've updated the catalog recently.



More pics here.

9Jx19 ET29
- 9.41 kg / 20.75 lbs
- PN 36 11 8 053 421

10Jx19 ET40 (F87 M2)
- 9.89 kg / 21.80 lbs
- PN 36 11 8 053 422

10Jx20 ET40
- 10.61 kg / 23.39 lbs
- PN 36 11 8 053 423


For comparison:

18" 540 M
8.92 kg / 9.44 kg | 19.67 lbs / 20.81 lbs

19" 437 M
10.40 kg / 10.60 kg | 23.0 lbs / 23.37 lbs

20" 666 M
11.70 kg/ 12.30 kg | 25.79 lbs / 27.12 lbs
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Yes, Baum has had them in their shop for a while.

https://www.baum-bmwshop24.de/bmw-ko...ty-763-f87-m2/

Looks pretty good but I wouldn't buy them with that tire. I would want a "normal" street tire.
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Yes, Baum has had them in their shop for a while.

https://www.baum-bmwshop24.de/bmw-ko...ty-763-f87-m2/

Looks pretty good but I wouldn't buy them with that tire. I would want a "normal" street tire.
Yeah, I know; should probably email them that the advertised offsets are wrong, though.
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OP, thanks. I'm really interested in these wheels but haven't seen pricing yet. Any ideas how much they cost here in the U.S.?
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      03-31-2017, 06:56 PM   #5
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OP, thanks. I'm really interested in these wheels but haven't seen pricing yet. Any ideas how much they cost here in the U.S.?
Someone from the F80/F82 forum got Canadian dealership pricing. Not cheap...prices are per wheel

36118053421 9Jx19 ET 29 $1460 CAD MSRP
36118053422 10Jx19 ET 40 $1600 CAD MSRP
36118053423 10Jx20 ET 40 $1730 CAD MSRP

http://f80.bimmerpost.com/forums/sho...17&postcount=6
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Someone from the F80/F82 forum got Canadian dealership pricing. Not cheap...prices are per wheel

36118053421 9Jx19 ET 29 $1460 CAD MSRP
36118053422 10Jx19 ET 40 $1600 CAD MSRP
36118053423 10Jx20 ET 40 $1730 CAD MSRP

http://f80.bimmerpost.com/forums/sho...17&postcount=6
Looks great tho

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Someone from the F80/F82 forum got Canadian dealership pricing. Not cheap...prices are per wheel

36118053421 9Jx19 ET 29 $1460 CAD MSRP
36118053422 10Jx19 ET 40 $1600 CAD MSRP
36118053423 10Jx20 ET 40 $1730 CAD MSRP

http://f80.bimmerpost.com/forums/sho...17&postcount=6
Looks great tho

/want
Yeah, it does look great, so don't get me wrong...I would love a set, but I couldn't justify the cost

I got a good price on a fully forged set of sv104 from Signature Wheels instead...should be here in about a month
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Yeah, it does look great, so don't get me wrong...I would love a set, but I couldn't justify the cost

I got a good price on a fully forged set of sv104 from Signature Wheels instead...should be here in about a month
HRE FF04 are on my list too... But I'm not sure if they will have the specs I want.
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Yeah, it does look great, so don't get me wrong...I would love a set, but I couldn't justify the cost

I got a good price on a fully forged set of sv104 from Signature Wheels instead...should be here in about a month
HRE FF04 are on my list too... But I'm not sure if they will have the specs I want.
Good choice on the HREs...what spec were you looking for? Something different com the std M2 sizes and offsets?

EDIT - I just read the FF04 thread a bit more closely. Looks like they're only offering a 20" wheel for now...which imo is a little donk like for the M2
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Good choice on the HREs...what spec were you looking for? Something different com the std M2 sizes and offsets?

EDIT - I just read the FF04 thread a bit more closely. Looks like they're only offering a 20" wheel for now...which imo is a little donk like for the M2
Exactly!! I want to keep 19" and for some reason they only make 20" which is horrid on such a small car..
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Exactly!! I want to keep 19" and for some reason they only make 20" which is horrid on such a small car..
Ah perfect 19" setup is coming in about two months.

9" ET20 and 10" ET35.
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Don't know about Canadian prices, but seem to be available in the US for only $3000 a set.
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Don't know about Canadian prices, but seem to be available in the US for only $3000 a set.
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Are these genuine m perf wheels..?
They are genuine M Pefomance Wheels
New BMW M Performance exhaust systems
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Installed in a BMW dealer

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Anybody running these yet?
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I've ordered a set..... been told they will be available mid June
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Here are some pictures of the wheels on a M2. The cars we drove on the tracks with the stripes were fully decked out in M Performance parts. I didn't read the plaque so I'm not sure why the car is riding so high? Maybe some one who read the plaque can comment.

Anyway here are some picture along w/stock and M Performance suspension pictures for comparison.
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Ah perfect 19" setup is coming in about two months.
9" ET20 and 10" ET35.
Personally I prefer a gunmetal finish over a black or silver finish. Any chance that a 19" version (front & rear) in 'Orbit Grey' finish (= gunmetal) will be made available for the M2 ? Or do we first have to wait for the M2 CS release ?

Below a couple of pictures of the 763M in 'Orbit Grey' finish on the M4 CS:
"A new, forged light-alloy wheel option in Orbit Grey has been specially developed for the new BMW M4 CS. Its ten-spoke design takes its cues from the wheels of the successful M4 cars competing in the German Touring Car Masters (DTM) race series. The BMW M GmbH engineers have rigorously applied their lightweight design approach to the wheels as well. The 10 J x 20-inch wheels at the rear weigh no more than around ten kilograms each and their 9 J x 19-inch counterparts at the front a mere nine kilograms or so. That keeps the unsprung masses low, which is another factor in the exceptionally dynamic handling of the M4 CS. The M4 CS rides as standard on mixed-size Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyres (265/35 R 19 at the front and 285/30 R 20 at the rear). The cup tyres are designed to transfer the steering forces to the road surface with incredible precision, while also providing the driver with as much feedback as possible. They are eminently suited to track use and offer maximum grip. Drivers looking to keep their M4 CS mainly for everyday use, though, can opt for the Michelin Pilot Super Sport tyres instead, which generate more grip on wet roads than the Cup tyres."








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In the light, they look pretty much the same, a very dark matte black.
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