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Offline leburpor

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What do you guys think of these?? I think I'm in love... :lovies: :lovies:

Image: HRE wheels for M5
Image: HRE wheels for M5
Image: HRE wheels for M5



Offline CortinaD


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look alright.

i would go for black or gun metal coloured if it was my car.

Image: HRE wheels for M5







Offline M500


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look alright.

i would go for black or gun metal coloured if it was my car.

Image: HRE wheels for M5






Nice. I also like the black with the polished lip :thumbsup:



Offline j15


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I like the wheels on the blue car, looks like m3 CSL style rims fit for an m5



Offline PA

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How does the weight compare to your current rims?



Offline leburpor

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look alright.

i would go for black or gun metal coloured if it was my car.


Black rims don't do it for me, but gun-metal...nice  :thumbsup: Can anyone here photoshop the pics I posted??
- Black body colour, normal HRE wheel colour
- Black body colour, gun-metal HRE wheel colour




Offline RS


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Offline mhh

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The wheels on the blue car are nice but no better IMHO than the stock wheels which are one of the car's best styling features. 

I would save the money and put it towards another mod such as, I dunno........yes I do, a freakin' exhaust.   :p



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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They're kinda like BBS Ferrari challenge wheels...

Here's some 19" BBS LM wheels I have for 550 Maranello

Personally, I think the polished rim/modular style has a little more "X" factor...





Offline CortinaD


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you need a bit of dish on the bmws, those rims in the first post dont and actually looking side on they seem to poke out a bit to allow easy curb kissing. Wheel design is good.

The evo sport car has wheels are have a concave design which looks a lot better

Image: HRE wheels for M5

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Image: HRE wheels for M5
Image: HRE wheels for M5
Image: HRE wheels for M5
Image: HRE wheels for M5
Image: HRE wheels for M5



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