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The new to the US BMW X1 will arrive at BMW dealers in the fall of 2012 as a 2013 model year. Get your X1 28i with either sDrive (RWD) or xDrive (AWD) or get the US exclusive I6 N55 powered X1 35i dDrive.

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Old 03-03-2013, 04:25 PM
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Hi everybody! Just picked up the newest member of the family last week. This far, everything is going great! Love the color and the options I selected. Only (slight) issue I am having is that I am struggling with the aesthetics of the 18" wheels/tires. The wheel gap is massive! Also, it seems that the 225/45 tires are too narrow for the rim giving a rounded look which reminds me of those mini-trucks and low-riders that I grew up seeing in my native New Mexico. Has anybody else noticed this? Any thoughts on if a different tire size would help? (I am not opposed to buying some non-RFT performance tires for the nice weather and saving the stock Pirellis for either winter or turn-in.). Thanks in advance for your suggestions...
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I would suggest performance tires. As for wheel gap...it is technically a SUV...
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Being a crossover, the X1's wheel gap doesn't bother me at all. However I didn't like how far inside the fenders the factory wheels were situated - so I added 15mm (front)/20mm (rear) spacers to my M Sport. Pushing the wheels out flush with the body lines gives the vehicle a much more planted/athletic stance, IMO.
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Thanks xact! That was part of my thinking. I'll look into wheel spacers. I agree that they sit too far in...
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Do you have the square 225/45 all-season setup or the summers with 255/40 in the rear?
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The square set-up. 225/45R18. Was thinking that going to a 255/40 might change the "rounded" look without changing the super-accurate speedo...
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The 255/40s look much more aggressive. However, replacement tires are much more expensive.
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Hey, Xact, which spacers did you use? I looked on Turner Motorsports and they currently don't list a fitment.
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Hey, Xact, which spacers did you use? I looked on Turner Motorsports and they currently don't list a fitment.
I'm using Turner Motorsport spacers - assuming our fitment would be the same as an E91. This seems to be the most common BMW fitment and they worked out just fine.

Front: TWH9905015 (15mm spacers) + TWH995143B (43mm bolts)
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Hey, Xact, which spacers did you use? I looked on Turner Motorsports and they currently don't list a fitment.
I hope you don't mind me interjecting ... I've been looking for spacers, too. Bimmian had them listed on their website, so I contacted them about a possible group buy. They offered me a deal, but then the X1 fitment was removed. I'm still awaiting an explanation. I also contacted Burger. They don't have the X1 fitment, either, but only because they haven't been able to test. They agreed there doesn't appear to be a reason they won't fit, although they won't guarantee them until they can test them. I'm planning to order in the next week or two.

http://www.burgertuning.com/BMW_wheel_spacers.html
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Hi Rod. Thank you. I'll keep an eye out to see if they reinstate the fitment.
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Hi Rod. Thank you. I'll keep an eye out to see if they reinstate the fitment.
Keep checking back here as well. I'm continuing to pursue a group buy deal. I'll start a new thread if I can make something happen.
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The square set-up. 225/45R18. Was thinking that going to a 255/40 might change the "rounded" look without changing the super-accurate speedo...
Super accurate? Wow...my staggered 18" set-up is characteristically off by 7-8%. I was considering going with one size up in width which would yield a slightly taller tire. Haven't researched the numbers yet though. It may be impractical/ill advised.
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Super accurate? Wow...my staggered 18" set-up is characteristically off by 7-8%. I was considering going with one size up in width which would yield a slightly taller tire. Haven't researched the numbers yet though. It may be impractical/ill advised.
The super-accurate comment was in jest. BMW speedos are notoriously inaccurate...
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Hi everybody! Just picked up the newest member of the family last week. This far, everything is going great! Love the color and the options I selected. Only (slight) issue I am having is that I am struggling with the aesthetics of the 18" wheels/tires. The wheel gap is massive! Also, it seems that the 225/45 tires are too narrow for the rim giving a rounded look which reminds me of those mini-trucks and low-riders that I grew up seeing in my native New Mexico. Has anybody else noticed this? Any thoughts on if a different tire size would help? (I am not opposed to buying some non-RFT performance tires for the nice weather and saving the stock Pirellis for either winter or turn-in.). Thanks in advance for your suggestions...

I'm in the same boat. not really thrilled with the look of the tires, or the space from tire to fender (it also reminds me a bit like the super low-profile low-rider look from certain angles). I was kind of lamenting not getting the larger 19" wheels, but after reading this post I'm hoping that switching to a larger aspect ratio with square tires would help. I was also considering the spacers before reading this post. I was testing out the handling a bit yesterday and noticed that even with the low aspect ratio of the stock setup, they sure didn't feel very stiff (I'm running the Good Years)

Is anyone else running a different-than-stock setup with the M-sport wheels? I would love to see some pics of different setups.
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I'm in the same boat. not really thrilled with the look of the tires, or the space from tire to fender (it also reminds me a bit like the super low-profile low-rider look from certain angles). I was kind of lamenting not getting the larger 19" wheels, but after reading this post I'm hoping that switching to a larger aspect ratio with square tires would help. I was also considering the spacers before reading this post. I was testing out the handling a bit yesterday and noticed that even with the low aspect ratio of the stock setup, they sure didn't feel very stiff (I'm running the Good Years).
I spoke with Tire Rack about this a while back and they recommended 235/45/18 fitment for upsizing. However, you may find it difficult finding run-flats in this size. Michelin PSS do come in this size (non-RFT).
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Hi everybody! Just picked up the newest member of the family last week. This far, everything is going great! Love the color and the options I selected. Only (slight) issue I am having is that I am struggling with the aesthetics of the 18" wheels/tires. The wheel gap is massive! Also, it seems that the 225/45 tires are too narrow for the rim giving a rounded look which reminds me of those mini-trucks and low-riders that I grew up seeing in my native New Mexico. Has anybody else noticed this? Any thoughts on if a different tire size would help? (I am not opposed to buying some non-RFT performance tires for the nice weather and saving the stock Pirellis for either winter or turn-in.). Thanks in advance for your suggestions...
OP, what wheels did u get with the square setup? Are these the M Sport wheels or the Sport wheels?

I think the M Sport wheels are normally staggered...
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what about staggered setup? do the all seasons look better than the summer performance (less low-rider)?

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I spoke with Tire Rack about this a while back and they recommended 235/45/18 fitment for upsizing. However, you may find it difficult finding run-flats in this size. Michelin PSS do come in this size (non-RFT).
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OP, what wheels did u get with the square setup? Are these the M Sport wheels or the Sport wheels?

I think the M Sport wheels are normally staggered...
Not staggered if you order the all-season option. 225/45 all around.
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we have the staggered summer performance. any thoughts on what would look better? just getting something with increased aspect ratio? like 225/45 and 255/50 or something? or does changing the tire type (summer to all season) also change the look?
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we have the staggered summer performance. any thoughts on what would look better? just getting something with increased aspect ratio? like 225/45 and 255/50 or something? or does changing the tire type (summer to all season) also change the look?
There are no run-flat tires available that fit upsizing the tires.

I plan to get rid of the run-flats once they wear out but will likely just move from 225/45/18 to 235/45/18 in the front and leave the rears at 255/40/18 (Michelin Pilot Super Sport). You could squeeze 265/40/18 on the rear but I think it will have an adverse affect on the contact patch.

If you want a setup like 225/55 and 255/50, I'm pretty sure you have to move away from performance tires and into SUV/Truck tires. Acura RDX and Range Rover Evoque are setup this way...not sure why you'd want to do this unless you are off-roading.

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OP, what wheels did u get with the square setup? Are these the M Sport wheels or the Sport wheels?

I think the M Sport wheels are normally staggered...
There is a newer offering with non-staggered setup when you get the all-season tires. If I could do it again, I'd opt for the 19" to secure the staggered tires. I am going to reserve the stock wheels/tires for the winters and buy something else for summer.
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Keep checking back here as well. I'm continuing to pursue a group buy deal. I'll start a new thread if I can make something happen.
I'm sorry to report the group buy for wheel spacers didn't work out. I got the discounted price, but I couldn't get straight answers on the application. After weeks of waiting I gave up and ordered spacers from Burger Tuning.
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I'm sorry to report the group buy for wheel spacers didn't work out. I got the discounted price, but I couldn't get straight answers on the application. After weeks of waiting I gave up and ordered spacers from Burger Tuning.
Can you post pictures and specs when you get a chance?
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Can you post pictures and specs when you get a chance?
Here's a couple quick pics I snapped after mounting. The spacers are 15mm rear and 10mm front. In hindsight I wish I would have gone with 12mm on the front. My winter wheels have a more aggressive offset, so I had to be a little conservative.
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