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Hi, if you are in the 50-60 mile radius in the Bay Area, give me a shout out for in home suspension installation. You buy your springs of choice or coiler, me and my buddy will come to your home and install it in 4 hours. We will roll down with our tesla and all the tools needed to change your suspension. Mostly on the weekends only or sometimes Friday is ok.
 
Lowered model M3RWD is on the left with KW coilover and the one on the right is a stock M3P
 

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No question it looks cool, but I'm front bumper-challenged. I'm forever watching the display, 18", 16", 12" ... expecting that tell-tale teeth-knashing bite into the curb or the wheel-stop at any moment. The only thing that has prevented damage so far (cross fingers here) is that very uncool 1-2 inch margin at the front. Sigh. Can't have everything.
 
There's some anecdotal evidence of 255/40R19 fitting without rubbing and the slightly larger size fills the gap even more. If it was lowered, would it still fit the same with no rubbing or does something else change?
 
More pics with new wheels KW suspension with 20” staggered wheels.
 

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Hi, if you are in the 50-60 mile radius in the Bay Area, give me a shout out for in home suspension installation. You buy your springs of choice or coiler, me and my buddy will come to your home and install it in 4 hours. We will roll down with our tesla and all the tools needed to change your suspension. Mostly on the weekends only or sometimes Friday is ok.

thanks for the info.. but, would rather install an air suspension system such as AccuAir...
 
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There's some anecdotal evidence of 255/40R19 fitting without rubbing and the slightly larger size fills the gap even more. If it was lowered, would it still fit the same with no rubbing or does something else change?
yes I can confirm that I have the 255/40/19 tires on stock suspension though and no issues, the speedo is spot on now when before it was a little high.
 
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