Are there any spacers on it currently when you took your measurement? I assume no, but I want to clarify.. Also, the 1 to 1.2 inch measurement you took, was that both front and rear? I seem to remember you were lowered on H&R springs? From the pictures, it doesn't look as if it's lowered much but pictures can be deceiving.The wheels are 20x8.5 and 20x10.5. The offsets are +18 front and +20 rear.
Carrisco, based off of your opinion, which I value as you seem to really know your stuff, what would you say a good aggressive size would be? I initially ordered 4 5mm spacers but I feel like that is not going to be enough. Do you think a 15 up front and a 12 out back would be too much?
It seems as there is about 1 to 1.2 inches from the top of the tire to the edge of the fender.
Looks like you would need atleast 15mm all around.... I rolled my rear fenders this is fitment!
What did you end up with in regards to the spacers (in mm)? I had held off giving you my reply because the 1" - 1.3" you had to fill in the front was just too much gap to close for anything I'd feel comfortable recommending. That would take 25-30mm of spacer and that's just nuts to do (especially on the front end).ok guys.
a few more details for you and a few clarifications.
These are ADV.1 Flowspec series which is their cast wheel. It is a less costly alternative to their Forged product, with similar weights but less variability to fitment. I knew they would be very conservative as they really only come in a +35 or +18 offset front. These were the plus 18. Regardless, I had 4 custom spacers made to pull the wheels out to where I would be happy with them.
The color is not for everyone, as some people on here didn't like it, but I can say that the general audience must love it based on the amount of camera phones I have had to deal with in the one day of having them on correctly. But I do live in Jacksonville, FL so the car game is not this vivid normally.
This is the first I've ever heard that isn't great about them. All I hear is rave reviews about them. You have to keep in mind these were never designed to be on an M6, the offsets were made for an M3 and they've also been fitted to M5's. The offsets are way too high for an M6 without spacers. These are from their cast line and aren't custom made so the offsets are readily available.The front rims look wrong, I think it's the lack of even a little bit of depth.
Not to bash on ADV1 as for all I know they're a sponsor, but I haven't heard a lot of great stuff about them.
Do they even give out their offsets to customers?