Owner: The Dude
Car: 2002 Subaru Impreza WRX
Wheels: 18×9.5 Linea Corse Lemans - Satin Black (5×100/e30/73)
Tire Size: 235/40/18
Suspension: JIC Magic Coilovers
The Dude’s Bugeye just got a good wash and we thought that it was the best time to do a quick shoot. The Bugeye is rocking the latest finish of the Linea Corse Lemans in 18×9.5 +30. It’s a lot different from the Hyper Silver finish that we’re used to but we think the Satin Black finish looks great as well!
Car: 2009 Lexus IS250 AWD
Wheels: 19×8.5/10 Linea Corse LC888 - Polished (5×114.3 +30+38/73)
Tires: 225/35/19 Front; 265/30/19 Rear
Suspension: BC Racing Coilovers
Other mods: Lexon front lip, TOM’S rear, IS350 BBK, JDM visor, HKS exhaust
Making a car standout while still keeping things simple is one of the hardest things to pull off. Peter did just that with his Lexus IS250 AWD. Peter chose cleanly designed front and rear lips, a set of IS350 OEM brakes and a shiny HKS exhaust to keep things lowkey. A set of Polished Linea Corse LC888’s were installed on the car to finish off that clean and classy look that Peter envisioned from the beginning.
Photo Credits: JD @ JDProductions
Car: BMW X1 (E84)
Wheels: 19×8.5/10 Linea Corse LC888 - Polished (5×120 +30+37/72.6)
Tires: 245/35/19 front; 275/35/19 rear
Here’s something you don’t see on wheeldude.com everyday. This compact luxury crossover SUV developed by BMW is rocking the latest wheel style in the Linea Corse line up, the LC888.
Car: 2013 Scion FR-S
Wheels: 19×8.5/10 Linea Corse LC818 - Hyper Silver (5×100 +38+38)
Tires: 225/35/19 Front; 245/35/19 Rear
Suspension: KW V3 coilovers
Just got around to test fitting a set of 19″ Linea Corse LC818’s on our FRS and we’re pretty pleased with the results.
They fit pretty good with a nice slight poke in the rear and perfect fitment in the front.
Owner: Silver&Terra335 on e90post.com
Car: 2008 BMW 335i
Wheels: 19×8.5/10 Linea Corse LC818 - Hyper Silver (5×120 +30+37/72.6)
Suspension: KW V1 Coilovers
Tire: 235/35-19 & 265/30-19 General Exclaim UHP
Silver&Terra335 on e90post.com wanted a clean set up for his E90. With recommendations from Zoeb, he chose to go with the Hyper Silver LC818’s to keep everything simple and classy. That’s exactly how the whole set up came out in the end. Still one of the cleanest E90’s out there!
We just got our latest shipment of Grids and LC818’s. We have something for everyone so don’t forget to check them out! These wheels are already IN STOCK and READY TO SHIP.
Car info: AW 2007 335i Coupe
Wheels: Linea Corse LC818 19×8.5 +30, 19×10 +37 - Hyper Silver
Tires: 235/35/19 (front) 265/30/19 (rear)
Danny was one of the first few BMW owners to run the Linea Corse LC818’s. Thinking about it, the LC818 has been out for more than three years yet it’s still one of our top selling wheels.
Car: 2008 BMW M3 E92
Wheels: 19×9.5/11 Linea Corse LC818 - Hyper Silver (5×120 +25+25/72.6)
Tires: 255/35/19 (front), 295/30/19 (rear)
Exactly two years ago, 247media.org did a small photoshoot for Zoeb’s E92 M3 running the Hyper Silver LC818’s. These wheels are on top of the list if you ask us the best looking wheels for an M3.
Car: 2001 BMW E46 M3
Wheels: 19×8.5/10 Linea Corse LC818 - Satin Black (5×120 +30+22)
Tires: 245/40/19 Front, 275/35/19 Rear
Suspension: Ground Control Coilovers
When most people think of BMW’s, they think of cars that are purely about luxury. But let’s not forget about the high-performance versions like the M3, that were made for real car enthusiasts to enjoy. Take this E46 M3 as an example. You would think that the stock 333bhp would be enough but there are shops like Carrozzeria who think otherwise. This beautiful machine now makes 800hp, making almost thrice as much power as a stock M3. How you put down all that power is another thing. A set of Ground Control coilovers, harder suspension bushings and thicker sway bars were installed on the car to make it go straight when you’re pounding on that accelerator pedal. A set of Satin Black Linea Corse LC818’s in M3 fitment were also mounted up on the car, providing more grip from that wider stance. E46 M3 owners better take notes because this is how you do it.
Here’s what was done to the car so far according to the owner:
HPF where it had forged internal and lower compression motor build done. Methanol injection was added as well. Options added to the HPF kit was black HKS blow off valves and an anodized inter-cooler. I then had the sub-frame welded for added strength and reliability to the rear end. I then had new race bushings placed through out rear end and transmission to include motor mounts. I opted for HPF’s Titanium exhaust, HPF Traction Control, HPF Carbon Fiber Intake Air Duct, HPF Engine Cover. AEM gauges are mounted inside to read the boost and A/F ratio on the 800 hp motor.
The car also has Brembo front and rear. Ground control coil-overs, GC Sway bars, GC Caster/Camber plates. Was orginally titanium silver in color and is now Lamborghini Murcielago LP670 SV Biaco Isis (white) color with matte black roof. Linea Corse LC818 wheels in Satin Black to bring together the exposed carbon fiber on my Vorsteiner front bumper with one-piece lip, Vorsteiner CSL trunk and Vorsteiner diffuser. Clear bra done to front of vehicle by Seattle Accutint.
Shout outs: Carrozzeria / HPF / Vorsteiner / Jonathan Meas for the photos
Car: BMW E46 M3
Wheels: 19×9/10.5 Linea Corse LC888 - Polished (5×120 +25+25/73)
Tires: 245/35/19 Front and 275/35/19 Rear
Suspension: Ksport Coilovers
This particular set of LC888’s on Bobby’s M3 came off our demo car at SEMA back in November. That means Bobby is the only one currently running the LC888’s in M3 fitment. Looks like we will be seeing more of these on M3’s since we just got the first shipment of LC888’s in this size which are now available for purchase.