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      08-07-2018, 09:18 AM   #23
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      08-07-2018, 01:22 PM   #24
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What would the same size RC100 be?
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      08-07-2018, 01:35 PM   #25
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What would the same size RC100 be?
Confused by your question, are you asking what size would we produce the RC100 in? Yes it would be the same size unless you wanted to pick your own size and offset which you can most certainly do if you'd like. Hope that answers your question, if not though please elaborate.
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Confused by your question, are you asking what size would we produce the RC100 in? Yes it would be the same size unless you wanted to pick your own size and offset which you can most certainly do if you'd like. Hope that answers your question, if not though please elaborate.
Sorry, my bad. I was trying to ask the weight of the RC100 wheels with the same size.
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Sorry, my bad. I was trying to ask the weight of the RC100 wheels with the same size.
Oh gotcha. Here you are:

RC100s:
20x10 - 22.80lbs
20x11 - 23.60lbs

RC100 not produced in 21"
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      08-08-2018, 09:19 AM   #28
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need to see pics of the r101LW in 20's on a car please
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need to see pics of the r101LW in 20's on a car please
It's coming, don't worry! Stay patient, we'll get you photos as soon as our dealer has the chance to do that for you .
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need to see pics of the r101LW in 20's on a car please

Another look at the similarly styled 20" P101's on the F90

We will have photos of the R101 LW's real soon.

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      08-08-2018, 04:46 PM   #31
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need to see pics of the r101LW in 20's on a car please

^^ This

Looking forward to the photos! Btw, do you happen to know the weight difference between the R101s and the forged wheels on the F90 comp?
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Looking forward to the photos! Btw, do you happen to know the weight difference between the R101s and the forged wheels on the F90 comp?
We know the weight of the R101 LW's so now we need someone to provide us weights on the F90 Competition wheels. From passed experiences with BMW OEM wheels I'm going to estimate that it'll be close to a 5 lb difference per wheel.
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Can I get the price for 20inch pls?
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What tire sizes are you using with the 20x10 and 20x11 size wheels?
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What tire sizes are you using with the 20x10 and 20x11 size wheels?
We recommend upsizing to one size over the OE fitment.

OE
Fronts - 275/35/20
Rears - 285/35/20

20" HRE
Fronts - 285/35/20
Rears - 295/35/20

21" HRE
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We recommend upsizing to one size over the OE fitment.

OE
Fronts - 275/35/20
Rears - 285/35/20

20" HRE
Fronts - 285/35/20
Rears - 295/35/20

21" HRE
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Rears - 295/30/21

Why this upsize recommendation?
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Why this upsize recommendation?
Who doesn't like wider tires for better traction?
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Why this upsize recommendation?
Any reason why you wouldn't? Curious to hear your take.

Wider tires = More traction. More traction means if there's a crash you need to avoid in front of you, you're going to have that much more grip to avoid the situation and swerve out of the way. More rubber on the ground means you have more capability, and who doesn't want that!

Ultimately though, for those who want OEM size, we have no problem making a set in OE sizing so you can re-use your factory tires.


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Any reason why you wouldn't? Curious to hear your take.

Wider tires = More traction. More traction means if there's a crash you need to avoid in front of you, you're going to have that much more grip to avoid the situation and swerve out of the way. More rubber on the ground means you have more capability, and who doesn't want that!

Ultimately though, for those who want OEM size, we have no problem making a set in OE sizing so you can re-use your factory tires.




Yes, wider tires make sense. Sorry, I misunderstood your comment - I thought you were recommending upsizing the wheels, i.e. 21" instead of 20, etc.
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Yes, wider tires make sense. Sorry, I misunderstood your comment - I thought you were recommending upsizing the wheels, i.e. 21" instead of 20, etc.
Oh I see! Well in that case, you don't need to go with 21", we offer it because we know we will have orders for it, but since it boils down to personal preference, we have that offered in both sizes
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