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      11-07-2019, 10:30 PM   #1
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Opinion on Titan 7 TS5 wheel

Hello guys,

Ryan here. I just got my 2020 BMW M2C. Kinda having hard time on making decision.

Looking at Titan 7 TS5 Wheels and can not decide on color. Silver or Black?

and planning to power coat in bronze later.

Also Picture with White M2 with Silver or Black Titan wheels

Thank you in Advance.
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We have done a few sets already for the M2C. Titan 7 nailed the fitment perfectly. Here is a few of them we have done in the 19's.





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We have done a few sets already for the M2C. Titan 7 nailed the fitment perfectly. Here is a few of them we have done in the 19's.
19 x 9.5 +22
19 x 10.5 +34

Both offsets seem to be a bit aggressive IMO.

What is the tire size, make and model?
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We have done a few sets already for the M2C. Titan 7 nailed the fitment perfectly. Here is a few of them we have done in the 19's.





Thanks Kevin. I will be going with Ohlins Coilovers. 265/35 front 295/35 rear will fit and no rubbing issues?
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Thanks Kevin. I will be going with Ohlins Coilovers. 265/35 front 295/35 rear will fit and no rubbing issues?
wont fit my good man, you will have to step down to a 30 profile.
you can't even run a 265/35 on front.

Titan has an M2C specific wheel with 44 offset and 27 front.
another issue you might run into is the collar on your coilover, worst case a 5mm spacer up front to gain some more strut clearance and with some camber you should be good.
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19 x 9.5 +22
19 x 10.5 +34

Both offsets seem to be a bit aggressive IMO.

What is the tire size, make and model?
That is the M4 fitment. M2C has a specific fitment 19x9.5 et 27 and 19x10.5 et 44

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Thanks Kevin. I will be going with Ohlins Coilovers. 265/35 front 295/35 rear will fit and no rubbing issues?
Like whoop_ass said the 30 profile front and rear is the good size. 35 profile would be too tall. Havent done a set with coil overs yet but might need a spacer depending on where the perch sits.
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That is the M4 fitment. M2C has a specific fitment 19x9.5 et 27 and 19x10.5 et 44.
5mm inboard in the front, and 10mm in the rear. What changed with the M2C to warrant this? To me that's better fitment for both.
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5mm inboard in the front, and 10mm in the rear. What changed with the M2C to warrant this? To me that's better fitment for both.
Definitely agree it is a better fitment. This is a re tooled design to clear the massive comp brakes. Offsets were also changed to allow to accommodate bigger tires.
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Definitely agree it is a better fitment. This is a re tooled design to clear the massive comp brakes. Offsets were also changed to allow to accommodate bigger tires.
I think it's perfect, will even fit some 305's in the rear!
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Personally, I am not fan of spacers. Also looking at volk ze40, ce28 and g025. Hard to find wheels for M2C.
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Personally, I am not fan of spacers. Also looking at volk ze40, ce28 and g025. Hard to find wheels for M2C.
It certainly is, been looking for a while and I've pretty much given up on getting TE37s. I think the only 19" Volks that fit are those G025 and G16. Looking into Works as well but I think I'll have to settle on BC Forged.
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