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  • Looking for pics of BBS RKs and OZ Superleggeras

    Ok, have a new car coming and the wheels on it have to go....

    So I've narrowed it down to BBS RKs and OZ Superleggeras...

    Does anyone have pics of these wheels on their cars ? and pics of Lachsilber would be even better.

    I'm also considering BBS RCs...

    Thanks

    Jeff
    1988 E30 M3, my Lachsilber Track Rat

  • #2
    Here are my 18x8.5" 13mm offset (E34 fitment) BBS RK's.. they don't quite fit straight-away, but with some rolling they do!

    Alex McHenry

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    • #3
      17x8 ET22 (ET40 with 18mm spacers)


      /// M3NTAL Kev

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      • #4
        http://www.s14.net/photopost/showgal...500&ppuser=182
        "Just road, seat, ASS; THE END!" - Jeremy Clarkson
        "If you had a choice between a million dollars and world peace, what would you get for your E30 M3?" - ItsNotTheNissan
        onfirelabs.com twitter.com/suga_shane

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        • #5
          hmmn, i'm diggin the superleggeras

          jeff
          1988 E30 M3, my Lachsilber Track Rat

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          • #6
            Originally posted by M3NTAL Kev
            17x8 ET22 (ET40 with 18mm spacers)

            I saw a ton of Raven Performance cars at VIR at the March school.

            Every single one was uber fast :borg:

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            • #7
              Whats Raven performance other than an exhaust?

              The OZ's are hot, obviously i'm partial to the RK's Wasn't there something about people cracking Superleggeras? I mean, its a light wheel so certainly it will crack more easily, but maybe it was just a rumor.
              Alex McHenry

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              • #8
                what do 17" RKs vs superleggeras weigh? they both look great.

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                • #9
                  alex, i dont know about that rumor, kevin obviously tracks his with no problems, robert tracked on his, no problem. my friend trent has countless track days on his, no problem. but it can be true. rims go through a lot on the track.
                  "Just road, seat, ASS; THE END!" - Jeremy Clarkson
                  "If you had a choice between a million dollars and world peace, what would you get for your E30 M3?" - ItsNotTheNissan
                  onfirelabs.com twitter.com/suga_shane

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by AlexMc
                    The OZ's are hot, obviously i'm partial to the RK's Wasn't there something about people cracking Superleggeras? I mean, its a light wheel so certainly it will crack more easily, but maybe it was just a rumor.
                    I had heard the same rumor about the OZ's Superleggeras, but I think they were particular to Audi S4's... Not sure about E30 M3's or BMW's.... On my wife's '01 S4 Avant, the front end is soooo nose heavy - we've bent two rims and lost two tires to NJ potholes in the first 7k miles of ownership last year... :rolleyes:

                    1989 E30 M3 Cabrio - Nogaro Sliver / Black - 1 of 786
                    1990 E30 M3 - Sterling Silver / Black
                    1991 E30 318is - Sterling / Black (Mtech II project)

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                    • #11
                      I haven't had any issues with the wheels; mind you, the M3 is considerably lighter than an S4 and there aren't many potholes on the track. Lots of curbs to bounce off, but no potholes.

                      /// M3NTAL Kev

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