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post #41 of 2984 Old 5th January 2008, 03:27 PM
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nah, it shares a similar spoke pattern with the bbs rxII however it has stepped lip instead of a soft lip... a friend of mine told me they were centerline/dynatech. but cant find anything under those items...





BBS LM-R is a close match too:




option 2:







any thoughts on this???



has anyone seen on any car BBS CH in bronze or gold???
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Personally, I REALLY like (so much so that, if I had wheel $ to blow, I'd get them)the one BBS here (BIG pic, no gold, RX 513?). I *think* I was just looking at these at AGA yesterday, but they had a BMW center hub. Either way, very nice. MUch nicer, IMHO, than the 5-spoke thing in your next post.

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correct it is the rxII (rx513 iirc is the part number for 5x120 19x8.5). i like the wheel, but it reminds me of the 5 series sport wheel a lot. if it had the step lip instead of a soft lip i think it would be a very nice wheel indeed.
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if you want a five spoke -- check Fikse... the profil 5 and profil 5s

local m5er (whatheheck) has a LMB M5 with shiny silver Fikse Profil 5s and it looks great!

5 spoke wheels need BBK to look good -- stock POS calipers look pretty crappy and a 5 spoke makes that all the much more apparent... IMHO
that is a nice wheel, i will look into it... i completely forgot about fikse... i have always been partial to the fm10... very nice mesh wheel. friend had it on his gt3, looked great.

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This is definitly the DYNATECH M1

I can´t find a homepage - but here you will see I´m right:

http://www.marktplaza.nl/Complete-se...M1-1726414.php

and again:

http://www.mt-autodesign.de/shop/sta...ynatech_m1.php


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i want to buy these wheels badly, however i have no idea what they are where to buy them from... could anyone here ID this wheel??? c'mon one of you wheel gurus have to know this one:








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that is a nice wheel, i will look into it... i completely forgot about fikse... i have always been partial to the fm10... very nice mesh wheel. friend had it on his gt3, looked great.

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I'll say one thing about those Fiske 5-spokes: they'll be WAY easier to keep clean than the other options (or stock wheels).

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This is definitly the DYNATECH M1
you sir are my hero... if we ever meet up, i owe you a drink... truly appreciate it. now the thing is to hunt them down in 18 or 19"... i will contact them on monday... hopefully, theyll be able to source something for me... thanks again.
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I'll say one thing about those Fiske 5-spokes: they'll be WAY easier to keep clean than the other options (or stock wheels).
nothing worthwhile comes easy... at least thats how i justify my madness of cars and maintaining their sparkle.
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That is the blue 525 i was talking about.

i think it would work if you had imola and red center caps, otherwise leave it to the m3's.

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I like those Fikse 5s too but they cost a fortune for such a simple looking wheel...


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