Generally no but there was an example with a CCW wheel out there that managed a 16 inch wheel with the stock brakes. Not sure if they needed to grind the caliper or not. If I recall the car was even on their website under customer pics.Does anyone know if a 16" wheel will fit on the back of a 135i with stock brakes?
Forgestar custom build the wheels to your ET specification. When considering weight, I also like to consider durability. My experience with the Forgestar wheels is that they are rock solid.We got some weird offsets so I was surprised the forgestars had our sizes and weren't that heavy. I'll have to look into durability sometime
Nt05 is great and has good selection I wanted re71s but couldnt find size I neededForgestar custom build the wheels to your ET specification. When considering weight, I also like to consider durability. My experience with the Forgestar wheels is that they are rock solid.
I will be soon be at 600 wheel horsepower and have been wondering the same thing for my Z4. I'm currently on 275 30-19. I'm looking at 35s in 275-295 range. Selection becomes an issue. For example Federal doesn't make anything.
That’s impressive! Maybe mine were better when they were brand new, but I was on MMP’s back thenI daily the same as noorj, federal 595s, same size. Mine doesnt spin, antilag 33lbs in 2nd, she dead hooks and goes. Yeah theres tire noise, but you get use to it after a while its not even there. Especially if your cars running poly mounts, etc. The price of tire vs the quality is pretty damn good.
So much so, i don't even use my 17" et street r anymore.