Our customer brought in their M2 Competition for more track season modifications, which includes a set of Bilstein coilovers, Vorshlag camber plates, and Falken Azenis RT660 tires. Vorshlag has been known among BMW enthusiasts as one of the better choices for camber plates as they have a pillowball joint to alleviate the tension of the shock strut due to the angled mount points on the chassis. Pairing that with Bilstein's B16 PSS10 coilovers (p/n 48-244091), the vehicle now has front camber adjustments and a much more tunable suspension setup. Lastly, the RT660's were mounted on a set of ApexRaceParts flow-formed SM-10 wheels in a much wider sizing compared to OEM 245/35-19 and 265/35-19. To a lot of M2 owners, it is an apparent surprise that the vehicle allows for a 305/30-19 setup in the rear without rubbing, even when lowered. With -3 degrees of front camber and -2.2 degrees of rear camber, rubbing has been eliminated even on turning.
Falken RT660 on Apex SM-10
- SM-10 in Satin Black finish
- 19x9.5 +25 front, 19x11 +44 rear
- Azenis RT660
- 275/30-19 front, 305/30-19 rear
- Vorshlag camber plates: -3 degrees of camber front, -2.2 degrees of camber rear