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Thread: Varrstoen ES 2.2.1 18x9 +35 offset

              
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    Sorry the car is dirty, another long day at work. Tomorrow I'll have time to get the car washed and her oil changed and some better photos. For now, here is a little teaser pic.


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    Here are the pics I got. Photos don't do justice, it looks much better in person.

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    Doesn't look bad, tires seem like they have a lot of side profile.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
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    Doesn't look bad, tires seem like they have a lot of side profile.
    Yea, my friend said the exact same thing. I'll see what I can do about them in getting thinner ones. I just don't want it to hurt my handling or performance too much. I took it to the canyons today and it handled much better than my stock rims. I'm honestly surprised and I might even take it to the track with me...
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
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    Yea, my friend said the exact same thing. I'll see what I can do about them in getting thinner ones. I just don't want it to hurt my handling or performance too much. I took it to the canyons today and it handled much better than my stock rims. I'm honestly surprised and I might even take it to the track with me...
    Performance over looks.

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    I think it looks great...maybe get some black lugs or center caps to clean that part up but overall it looks great. I'm a big fan of tire spray for that wet look, especially when taking pics, but not everyone likes that.

    Also..I think you need tint.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by bobS Click here to enlarge
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    I think it looks great...maybe get some black lugs or center caps to clean that part up but overall it looks great. I'm a big fan of tire spray for that wet look, especially when taking pics, but not everyone likes that.

    Also..I think you need tint.
    Thank you bro, I ordered black lugs. Centercaps won't fit as the axle bolt is sticking out. It has that aggressive looke though. I washed my car at night and totally mickey moused it. Forgot to add tire shine, but I agree with you. I was looking at the pics too and agree I need tints now.
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    Tint is definitely needed.

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    +1 tint is def needed. I like it. For some cars, it just doesn't make sense to spend almost 25% of the value of the car on wheels. I'm looking at wheels for the 1er right now and would love a set of TE37s. I just can't see spending $4k on wheels for a car worth $20k..... I may go with these also as long as they're not super heavy. Then again I may just go with Apex ARC 8s. IDK.

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    Tint is definitely needed.
    09 e92 335i, 440HP/500TQ: SOLD
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