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      11-13-2019, 09:57 AM   #1
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Titan Rims / Machine Black / 2019' M2C / Installed

Be sure to check out my Instagram page Hockenheim_M2C
More pictures going up on there.

Super impressed with the fit & finish of these rims not to mention the 6-7 day lead time from order! Check out the pics

Titan Rims are on - M2C specific sizes - Machine Black Finish
F:19 x 9.5 ET 27 / 265/30/19 - Michelin PS4S
R:19 x 10.5 ET 44 / 295/30/19 - Michelin PS4S

Tall Center Caps + Stud conversion kit installed

Fit is perfect - I'm lowered on BC racing coilovers. Ground to fender in the rear is 25.5" Front is 25.0" - I might raise the back to 26" just because I personally enjoy the dramatic Rake look.

Finish is Machine Black - Perfectly done - no issues.
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      11-13-2019, 10:13 AM   #2
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      11-13-2019, 10:31 AM   #3
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Wow. Love it!
The look is just insane - I'll post more pics daily to try to fully capture them aggressiveness
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      11-13-2019, 11:04 AM   #4
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NICE!!!!

looks great, you def have more clearance on strut with the BC coilover.
the spring collar is way smaller than the M-Performance Coilover .

paying for my set tonight :-)
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      11-13-2019, 11:23 AM   #5
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Sick. What's the weight on these again in M2 Comp specs?
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      11-13-2019, 11:32 AM   #6
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Sick. What's the weight on these again in M2 Comp specs?
9.5x19 = 9.3kg (20.46lbs)
10.5x19 =9.5kg (20.9lbs)

don't hold me to it, they not bad in terms of weight, actually lighter than the 763M wheels.
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NICE!!!!

looks great, you def have more clearance on strut with the BC coilover.
the spring collar is way smaller than the M-Performance Coilover .

paying for my set tonight :-)
Your going to love them!!!!
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Looks fantastic. I wish so bad the PS4S was available in 285/30 to match the rear tire fitment to the front better. For this reason alone I'm going with the Firehawk Indy.
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Looks fantastic. I wish so bad the PS4S was available in 285/30 to match the rear tire fitment to the front better. For this reason alone I'm going with the Firehawk Indy.
why would you want such a short tire ?
285/35 fit
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      11-13-2019, 06:14 PM   #10
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They look brilliant.

Being a bit of a novice in tire/wheel sizings, would

F:19 x 9.5 ET 27 / 265/30/19
R:19 x 10.5 ET 44 / 295/30/19

fit on an M2C with stock suspension, but with a Brembo BBK fitted in place of the M2C Big Brakes?

I've been eyeing these as a set of track wheels.
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      11-13-2019, 07:38 PM   #11
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why would you want such a short tire ?
285/35 fit
Because I want the front and rear to match more closely. Look at the photo's above, it's clear that the 295's shoulder is more square (compared to the front), and the sidewall is more meaty (compared to the front). The 285/30 corrects both issues, but isn't available in a PS4S.

You can clearly see it in the numbers here:

F: 265/30/19 - TW 9.6, OD 25.3
R: 295/30/19 - TW 11, OD 26
R: 285/30/19 - TW 10.3, OD 25.8

285/35 is completely the wrong size for a 265/30 front because the OD is 26.9 whereas the front is 25.3.

Stock OD difference is .5 front to rear, and your 285/35 would produce 1.5" difference front to rear.

If you want to run 35's, do it front and rear.
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why would you want such a short tire ?
285/35 fit
Because I want the front and rear to match more closely. Look at the photo's above, it's clear that the 295's shoulder is more square (compared to the front), and the sidewall is more meaty (compared to the front). The 285/30 corrects both issues, but isn't available in a PS4S.

You can clearly see it in the numbers here:

F: 265/30/19 - TW 9.6, OD 25.3
R: 295/30/19 - TW 11, OD 26
R: 285/30/19 - TW 10.3, OD 25.8

285/35 is completely the wrong size for a 265/30 front because the OD is 26.9 whereas the front is 25.3.

Stock OD difference is .5 front to rear, and your 285/35 would produce 1.5" difference front to rear.

If you want to run 35's, do it front and rear.
yep 255/26535 F and 285/35 rear
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Because I want the front and rear to match more closely. Look at the photo's above, it's clear that the 295's shoulder is more square (compared to the front), and the sidewall is more meaty (compared to the front). The 285/30 corrects both issues, but isn't available in a PS4S.

You can clearly see it in the numbers here:

F: 265/30/19 - TW 9.6, OD 25.3
R: 295/30/19 - TW 11, OD 26
R: 285/30/19 - TW 10.3, OD 25.8

285/35 is completely the wrong size for a 265/30 front because the OD is 26.9 whereas the front is 25.3.

Stock OD difference is .5 front to rear, and your 285/35 would produce 1.5" difference front to rear.

If you want to run 35's, do it front and rear.
will be a bit stretched but run a 255/35 and a 275/35
you should get away with it and it will look even as well.
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will be a bit stretched but run a 255/35 and a 275/35
you should get away with it and it will look even as well.
What if he went with a 19x11 rear instead
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What if he went with a 19x11 rear instead
you going to have a tough time fitting a 11J in the back!
the rear tire won't be as square but Guaranteed it's going to rub everywhere
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you going to have a tough time fitting a 11J in the back!
the rear tire won't be as square but Guaranteed it's going to rub everywhere
100% - Fitment is bang on and practical.
You can also run M3/M4 offsets but be ready for some poke and some rubbing.

A little meat on the tire suits the aggressive look imo - Wait till you guys see the next MOD coming - taking "Aggressive street" to the next level
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will be a bit stretched but run a 255/35 and a 275/35
you should get away with it and it will look even as well.
The 275/35 isn't a good candidate at all because it's too skinny and too tall. The 275/30 is a bit tall, but even skinnier.

F: 265/30/19 - TW 9.6, OD 25.3

R: 275/30/19 - TW 9.7, OD 25.6
R: 275/35/19 - TW 9.8, OD 26.6
R: 285/30/19 - TW 10.3, OD 25.8
R: 295/30/19 - TW 11, OD 26
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you going to have a tough time fitting a 11J in the back!
the rear tire won't be as square but Guaranteed it's going to rub everywhere
It's correct that the tire won't be as square, but you can still run an 11" rear without rubbing, you just need the perfect offset, the perfect tire, the perfect drop, and the perfect camber. But it can be done.

The 295 PS4S above would fit perfect on a 19 x 11 +45, and require little effort in the way of fitment without rubbing. It's when guys try to go to the 305 rear, getting that square fitment, that they have problems.

Also keep in mind it's ALWAYS about the specific make/model tire you choose. Some run wide, some skinny, some have a more rounded shoulder (all season), and some have a super square shoulder. Even how hard the sidewall is comes into play when you're talking about fitting an 11" wheel, but it can be done, I've seen it.
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will be a bit stretched but run a 255/35 and a 275/35
you should get away with it and it will look even as well.
The 275/35 isn't a good candidate at all because it's too skinny and too tall. The 275/30 is a bit tall, but even skinnier.

F: 265/30/19 - TW 9.6, OD 25.3

R: 275/30/19 - TW 9.7, OD 25.6
R: 275/35/19 - TW 9.8, OD 26.6
R: 285/30/19 - TW 10.3, OD 25.8
R: 295/30/19 - TW 11, OD 26

where are you getting this too tall idea from
you need to compare to stock 265/35 that's 26.3.
so 285/35 is just as much taller as 295/30 is shorter
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where are you getting this too tall idea from
you need to compare to stock 265/35 that's 26.3.
so 285/35 is just as much taller as 295/30 is shorter
Yes, the stock rear is 26.3, but the stock front is 25.8, which is a .5" difference front to rear.

The 265/30 mentioned above is 25.3, meaning that to preserve the same difference front to rear you'd need to be at 25.8, not 26.6...
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Some more pics - No issues with rubbing - I was out and about "On my drive way" Last night lol------ I will get some better pics up on instagram shortly - days are so short now its dark by 4:00pm in Ontario,CN lol
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