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Kosei K1 15x7 E30 DIRECT FITMENT SOLDSOLDSOLD

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    Kosei K1 15x7 E30 DIRECT FITMENT SOLDSOLDSOLD

    Up for sale is my Kosei K1 wheels

    15x7
    4x100
    et25 im pretty sure
    No curbage

    **they are the ones that they made that fit the e30 perfect
    (center bore/offset) they fit with no adapters or anything!!**

    205/50/15 Falken zx912 40% left

    650OBO





    Last edited by rmosca594; 08-27-2013, 09:23 PM. Reason: SOLD
    1989 325IS 2.8L *SOLD*
    1988 325IS *DAILY*
    Old Build - My 89 325is head first dive

    #2
    Originally posted by rmosca594 View Post
    Up for sale is my Kosei K1 wheels

    15x7
    4x100
    et25 im pretty sure
    No curbage

    **they are the ones that they made that fit the e30 perfect
    (center bore/offset) they fit with no adapters or anything!!**
    My direct-fit 15x7 K1s are ET27 and came with 57.1mm plastic centering rings to make them hubcentric to the 57mm hub. The centerbore in the actual wheel is much larger than the car's hub.

    Do your K1's centerbore opening fit snugly onto the car's hub without using plastic centering rings?
    Randy Walters

    88 325is (w/89 bumpers, recently sold)
    89 325is (Broadsided long ago RIP)
    96 328is (Weekend fun car)
    03 530i Sport (current daily driver)
    05 X3 (little woman's car)
    Driving Instructor BMW CCA L.A. & S.D. Chapters
    Multiple L.A. & S.D. Region SCCA Autocross Championships

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      #3
      Originally posted by randywalters View Post
      My direct-fit 15x7 K1s are ET27 and came with 57.1mm plastic centering rings to make them hubcentric to the 57mm hub. The centerbore in the actual wheel is much larger than the car's hub.

      Do your K1's centerbore opening fit snugly onto the car's hub without using plastic centering rings?
      Randy, you have the older version. (I have a set too). The newer are ET25 with correct centerbore.
      BimmerHeads
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      Santa Clarita, CA

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        #4
        Originally posted by MR 325 View Post
        Randy, you have the older version. (I have a set too). The newer are ET25 with correct centerbore.
        Wow that's even better! Kosei should have done that in the first place.

        My ET27's caused the inner sidewall to slightly rub on the front strut tube (when using 225/50-15 race tires) and i actually made some thin 2mm spacers to prevent this. And those plastic centering rings would get stuck on the front hubs (too much braking heat apparently).
        Randy Walters

        88 325is (w/89 bumpers, recently sold)
        89 325is (Broadsided long ago RIP)
        96 328is (Weekend fun car)
        03 530i Sport (current daily driver)
        05 X3 (little woman's car)
        Driving Instructor BMW CCA L.A. & S.D. Chapters
        Multiple L.A. & S.D. Region SCCA Autocross Championships

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          #5
          UPDATE: Unfortuantely guys.... they are not et25 they are et27 and they DO include the hub rings, but they dont rub the strut housing, they have 205/50/15 on them!
          1989 325IS 2.8L *SOLD*
          1988 325IS *DAILY*
          Old Build - My 89 325is head first dive

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            #6
            Originally posted by rmosca594 View Post
            UPDATE: Unfortuantely guys.... they are not et25 they are et27 and they DO include the hub rings, but they dont rub the strut housing, they have 205/50/15 on them!
            That's not really unfortunate, they're still great wheels and work just fine. Tons of us used the ET27 when they first came out like a dozen years ago (street, track, autocross, etc). They're strong yet very light.

            My strut rubbing was only an issue when running very wide race tires (and the rubbing was very slight scuffing and not actually a problem) but that won't happen with street tires - especially with the narrower 205/50 tires. The centering rings work fine too for street use and do a perfect job of centering the wheels to the hub. No worries using these wheels.
            Randy Walters

            88 325is (w/89 bumpers, recently sold)
            89 325is (Broadsided long ago RIP)
            96 328is (Weekend fun car)
            03 530i Sport (current daily driver)
            05 X3 (little woman's car)
            Driving Instructor BMW CCA L.A. & S.D. Chapters
            Multiple L.A. & S.D. Region SCCA Autocross Championships

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              #7
              Originally posted by randywalters View Post
              That's not really unfortunate, they're still great wheels and work just fine. Tons of us used the ET27 when they first came out like a dozen years ago (street, track, autocross, etc). They're strong yet very light.

              My strut rubbing was only an issue when running very wide race tires (and the rubbing was very slight scuffing and not actually a problem) but that won't happen with street tires - especially with the narrower 205/50 tires. The centering rings work fine too for street use and do a perfect job of centering the wheels to the hub. No worries using these wheels.
              arent these less than 600 brand new?
              I like cats.

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                #8
                Originally posted by wrxkixazz View Post
                arent these less than 600 brand new?
                no idea they are discontinued, but mine have tires, they are not cheap lol of course less without tires
                1989 325IS 2.8L *SOLD*
                1988 325IS *DAILY*
                Old Build - My 89 325is head first dive

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by rmosca594 View Post
                  no idea they are discontinued, but mine have tires, they are not cheap lol of course less without tires
                  Oh, with tires is a smoking deal. I would have given these a serious thought if I had not picked up a new set of wheels last month.

                  GLWS
                  I like cats.

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                    #10
                    Sold to a local sorry guys!
                    1989 325IS 2.8L *SOLD*
                    1988 325IS *DAILY*
                    Old Build - My 89 325is head first dive

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by rmosca594 View Post
                      Sold to a local sorry guys!
                      How much did you sell them for? Honestly....
                      PARTS FOR SALE
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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Blackout View Post
                        How much did you sell them for? Honestly....
                        550 local
                        1989 325IS 2.8L *SOLD*
                        1988 325IS *DAILY*
                        Old Build - My 89 325is head first dive

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by rmosca594 View Post
                          550 local
                          Not bad at all. Thank You!
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