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Old 02-15-2012, 08:50 PM
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Wheel Spacers on a Stock 535i M-Sport - 19" 351M Wheels

Anyone running wheel spacers on a stock 535i M-Sport with 19" 351M Wheels? If so, what size are you using on the front and rear? Would 15mm all around be too much?

Also, what brand spacer do you recommend? RAD, Bimecc, Macht Schnell, RS Technik, Rogue Engineering, etc...? The RAD and Bimecc appear solid, while the others appear bored out, I presume to keep the weight down, which would seem to be better.

Rogue Engineering, in addition to their standard bored out spacer, also has what appears to be the mac daddy spacer with their MEGALIGHT Wheel Spacer:

http://www.rogueengineering.com/rogue/WH/RE-MEGA.html

But at $395 a pair, I am going to have to pass on them.

Any suggestions?

If anyone has pictures of a stock 535i M-Sport with 19" 351M Wheels with spacers, please post them.

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Old 02-16-2012, 07:51 AM
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Thanks, but why not? Not a fan of Spacers in general or just not on OEM Wheels?
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With spacers I always suggest making a few measurements to insure you're as close to the look you're desiring as possible. HERE is a pdf which shows how to measure for spacers. As far as running spacers, we've has zero issues with customers running our ECS Spacers on stock or aftermarket wheels, a properly designed spacers with the correct length wheel bolts will provided years and years of reliable looks.

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Not sure if you need 15mm, I hear 12mm is plenty if you're looking for flush. 15 will poke out and that will make your $70k BMW look like Supra (do they still make those?).

12mm all around will still run you about $250 with shipping. Beware, some of the spacer manufacturers have not built lug nuts to fit 2012 F10/M Sport package yet. Trust me, I found out the hard way. Be sure to ask specifically before you purchase.

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With spacers I always suggest making a few measurements to insure you're as close to the look you're desiring as possible. HERE is a pdf which shows how to measure for spacers. As far as running spacers, we've has zero issues with customers running our ECS Spacers on stock or aftermarket wheels, a properly designed spacers with the correct length wheel bolts will provided years and years of reliable looks.

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Thanks. You PDF link has an extra period on the end, but I found the document. I can't though find any wheel spacers on your website? They aren't listed under Wheels and nothing comes up when I search on them using the search box.
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The guy with the spacers posted here. He's running 12mm.

http://f10.5post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=638322
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The guy with the spacers posted here. He's running 12mm.

http://f10.5post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=638322
Thanks. I think 12mm is the safe bet.
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Sophisto - I find it funny that the guy whose post I linked above who is using 12mm spacers is also from Holland.
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Thanks. You PDF link has an extra period on the end, but I found the document. I can't though find any wheel spacers on your website? They aren't listed under Wheels and nothing comes up when I search on them using the search box.
Oups! I didn't see that dot when I dropped the link in. We haven't had the kits made yet for the F10, but if you know what size you're interested in I'll put one of my parts guys on it and we'll have the kit on the site in no time.

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DON'T DO IT!
For anyone who thinks spacers are "dangerous", "bad", or whatever, well, here's some pretty convincing proof that they're fine:

Porsche uses them on their Panamera GTS:

http://www.insideline.com/porsche/pa...rst-drive.html

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A 10mm (about 0.4 of an inch) drop in ride height serves to lower the center of gravity. Doesn't make it look bad, either. Wheel spacers at each corner also widen the front and rear tracks by 10mm. All Panameras are good handlers, but the GTS goes several steps further.
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For anyone who thinks spacers are "dangerous", "bad", or whatever, well, here's some pretty convincing proof that they're fine:

Porsche uses them on their Panamera GTS:

http://www.insideline.com/porsche/pa...rst-drive.html
Good read. Thanks for posting it.
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For anyone who thinks spacers are "dangerous", "bad", or whatever, well, here's some pretty convincing proof that they're fine:

Porsche uses them on their Panamera GTS:

http://www.insideline.com/porsche/pa...rst-drive.html
Spacers are in the category of vinyl striping, too big wheels, too low suspensions, spoilers and so on.
On a street used sedan they make the car over expressive.
I do not fancy that, as I do not like the Pana in your link.
Besides that, there is no proof in the fact they are used on a Porsche that they are "good".

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Spacers are in the category of vinyl striping, too big wheels, too low suspensions, spoilers and so on.
On a street used sedan they make the car over expressive.
I do not fancy that, as I do not like the Pana in your link.
Besides that, there is no proof in the fact they are used on a Porsche that they are "good".
From this statement one of the following must be true:
1) you don't like the M5 (low suspension, big wheels & spoiler)
2) you do like the M5 but you have a double standard (it's okay if BMW does it but not if the customer does it).
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I do not like a BMW or any other car for that matter that has been tuned with non driving enhancing peices but with pieces that are there just for the sportiness to the eye.
Bling is not my thing, I like the wolf in the sheepskin.

I do not think the M5 has any thing to do with a sheep.
I like the car for it is the topmodel of the series performance wise.
It is not the kind of car I want to own my self.
I respect an owner of a M series car, if he kept it original that is.
People that tune their BMW's as the black mans wheels I do not understand.
As said before I do not appreciate all kind of noisy bling bling around the car.
The worst being putting M badges on a non M.
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I do not like a BMW or any other car for that matter that has been tuned with non driving enhancing peices but with pieces that are there just for the sportiness to the eye.
Bling is not my thing, I like the wolf in the sheepskin.

I do not think the M5 has any thing to do with a sheep.
I like the car for it is the topmodel of the series performance wise.
It is not the kind of car I want to own my self.
I respect an owner of a M series car, if he kept it original that is.
People that tune their BMW's as the black mans wheels I do not understand.
As said before I do not appreciate all kind of noisy bling bling around the car.
The worst being putting M badges on a non M.
uh oh
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I do not like a BMW or any other car for that matter that has been tuned with non driving enhancing peices but with pieces that are there just for the sportiness to the eye.
Bling is not my thing, I like the wolf in the sheepskin.

I do not think the M5 has any thing to do with a sheep.
I like the car for it is the topmodel of the series performance wise.
It is not the kind of car I want to own my self.
I respect an owner of a M series car, if he kept it original that is.
People that tune their BMW's as the black mans wheels I do not understand.
As said before I do not appreciate all kind of noisy bling bling around the car.
The worst being putting M badges on a non M.
Okay but the rear spoiler on the M5 is cosmetic just like the one on the 550i M-Sport.

Also you must really dislike the M Performance and M Sport line up since those have M badges on non M cars.

I generally dislike cosmetic stuff too. On my car the only thing cosmetic is the nano ceramic sealant. However I think the spacers are probably fine they help create a more polished OEM look. The parts you see are still OEM (the wheels), but the spacer improves the fit. I don't have them because I am going to get the lightweight 343M Forged wheels for better performance and fit. But if I wasn't I would get spacers from a high quality tuner.
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Now you guys are making me feel bad about my black and white roundels.
Lets forget them, it is minor, but please do not mention this slip of good taste again.
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Okay but the rear spoiler on the M5 is cosmetic just like the one on the 550i M-Sport.

Also you must really dislike the M Performance and M Sport line up since those have M badges on non M cars.

I generally dislike cosmetic stuff too. On my car the only thing cosmetic is the nano ceramic sealant. However I think the spacers are probably fine they help create a more polished OEM look. The parts you see are still OEM (the wheels), but the spacer improves the fit. I don't have them because I am going to get the lightweight 343M Forged wheels for better performance and fit. But if I wasn't I would get spacers from a high quality tuner.
Yeh, yeh , it is not a black and white world, we live in surroundings of a lot of grey tones.
You will not start me up, I know you know what I mean.
Pretending to have something you do not, is not the way to go.
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I just installed the Turner 12.5mm spacers in the rear of my 535 M-Sport and it looks FANTASTIC!

Much better than stock. I didn't like that the rear wheels looked tucked-in. Now they sit flush with the fenders and makes the wheel gap look smaller.

I will post some pics later today. Love them!
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I just installed the Turner 12.5mm spacers in the rear of my 535 M-Sport and it looks FANTASTIC!

Much better than stock. I didn't like that the rear wheels looked tucked-in. Now they sit flush with the fenders and makes the wheel gap look smaller.

I will post some pics later today. Love them!
Would like to see some pictures. Also do you recall how much they weigh?
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