Ya ill definetly go 275 for the rears as for the fronts i already rub on 235 on bumps over 30mphHankook V12. The rear is fine. I would stick to 235 in front. But the 245 my be ok with slight camber. I rub on bumps over 30 to 40 mph.
I wanna say 275rears for LCI sedans in terms of tires in general without rolling, I think the coupes can go more aggressive.I'm looking into getting new tires here soon. Probably going to go with Michelin Pilot super sports. What's the biggest tires I can run on sport suspension without rubbing? My rims are BMW style 197 "BBS"
FRONT: 18x8.0 ET34
REAR: 18x8.5 ET37
Bolt Pattern: 5 x 4.72 or 5 x 120
OEM Part Number: 36 11 0 396 360
My pictures (1st in this thread) are of a 275 Michelin tire on a pre-lci coupe with no modifications so it will fit. A 285 Michelin would have required some fender/camber work to fit. That being said, I think a 275 tire may be too much for a 8.5" wheel but you would probably be able to get away with a 265 tire.so my car is E92 pre lci
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My car i is an 07 pre Lci e92I wanna say 275rears for LCI sedans in terms of tires in general without rolling, I think the coupes can go more aggressive.
But on the wheels you have I personally wouldn't go more than 265, personal preference.
I'm sure others can chime in with better and more solid info.