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      05-11-2018, 01:40 PM   #23
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Wheel size fits the car as does the design, but it doesn't allow for enough tire. 21's work better.

And what an absolutely awful name for a boutique wheel brand. It reads as "ANGRY" as opposed to anarchy. Rebrand required without a doubt.
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      05-11-2018, 01:54 PM   #24
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Wheel size fits the car as does the design, but it doesn't allow for enough tire. 21's work better.

And what an absolutely awful name for a boutique wheel brand. It reads as "ANGRY" as opposed to anarchy. Rebrand required without a doubt.
Agreed. Design looks recycled as well. Nothing new here.

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      05-11-2018, 02:24 PM   #25
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22" inch wheels are still a thing?
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      05-11-2018, 04:08 PM   #27
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Good lawd that is hot
Haha thanks so much

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haven't seen any good options from HRE either....i know its brand new car but im surprised no one has hit it out of the park as yet.

waiting to see bbs fi-r i think then i will be sold.
Did you see the P101's on the car? Same design as the FI-R's minus the holes in the spokes. We're expecting the FI-R's to be available in about a year from now. I already have the P101's in-stock for the car.

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This car really swallowed up those 22"s! I'm on 21" wheels on my current F10 M5 and will more than likely go that route with my F90 as well.

Look forward to seeing some 21" wheels on the F90.

Great job!
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Never heard of anrky. IMO needs a smaller wheel and concavity to give it the perception it has wide wheel arches. It already looks narrow and the flat faced wheels dont help.

Id also like to see this on some FI-Rís

They're HRE's new private label series. Designed, engineered, and manufactured by HRE. Since they released at SEMA they've been the hottest selling wheels in the industry. Styling, Detail, and Quality are their major pillars.


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Nice wheels but 22" are just too big, and there is no way that it's not rubbing , 21" would be better !!
Come fly down to Miami and we'll let you drive it. We know fitments, no rubbing at all

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And what an absolutely awful name for a boutique wheel brand. It reads as "ANGRY" as opposed to anarchy. Rebrand required without a doubt.
LMAO. To me there's no confusion since I hear the name all the time. I think it works very well but if someone is dyslexic I can see that getting confusing very quickly haha
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      05-11-2018, 04:28 PM   #28
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Never heard of anrky. IMO needs a smaller wheel and concavity to give it the perception it has wide wheel arches. It already looks narrow and the flat faced wheels dont help.

Id also like to see this on some FI-R's
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They're HRE's new private label series. Designed, engineered, and manufactured by HRE. Since they released at SEMA they've been the hottest selling wheels in the industry. Styling, Detail, and Quality are their major pillars. [/color][/size]
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That's strange, I haven't seen any marketing about them from HRE or even any mention on the IG. Are they a subsidiary brand or just cut in house at HRE?
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Wow this would make for a great boulevard cruiser
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Looks good.

Crazy that it takes 22s AND a drop to fill those gargantuan wheel wells though....
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Looks good.

Crazy that it takes 22s AND a drop to fill those gargantuan wheel wells though....
Yikes I know right
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      05-12-2018, 04:29 AM   #33
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Imho, this tire size looks more better: 265/35/21 front and 305/25/21 rear
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      05-12-2018, 08:14 AM   #34
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Wonder why HRE felt a new name was required?

The setup looks cool. Living in New England requires a balance between wheel size and sidewall height. So, in Miami yes, Boston no.
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Wonder why HRE felt a new name was required?

The setup looks cool. Living in New England requires a balance between wheel size and sidewall height. So, in Miami yes, Boston no.
Iím not sure but possibly this may be a more affordable line of products although this is pure speculation.

Miami has great roads coupled w/ possibly the worst drivers in the world, LOL.
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I bitch about the roads here but was in upstate NY this week. Their roads are worse.
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~$150 million in BMW M R&D effort instantly transformed into a pile of pretty (useless) photo op prop. 😎 Nice photos tho...
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Like those wheels and that stance. Question : could you have fitted the rear wheel (I like the concavity) on the front too? Offsets, brake clearance, suspension clearance etc.
looks great but I could go for lowering plugs 20s for better ride.
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I have to agree with others that these wheels look just a bit too big. Maybe they look better in person but I think 21ís would be ideal.
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Nice!

But I think is too big.
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Imho, this tire size looks more better: 265/35/21 front and 305/25/21 rear
oooooo which tires are those?
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      05-14-2018, 10:31 AM   #43
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oooooo which tires are those?
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Size looks fine. I would've never guessed they were 22.
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