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      09-30-2014, 12:21 PM   #1
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Talking BMW M6 Gran Coupe on 22" Rohana RC22 and Eisenmann Exhaust Video



Hello 6Post!

Here is our latest project of our BMW M6 Gran Coupe with 22" Rohana RC22 Wheels in Matte Black Finish. The car is equipped with Eisenmann Race Exhaust with Hamann Carbon Fiber accessories.

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22" Rohana RC22 Wheels in Matte Black Finish
Fronts: 22X9 +30
Rears: 22X11 +20


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      09-30-2014, 01:12 PM   #2
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That's too funny...

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22's are too big,makes the car look ghetto,the style of wheels don't really suit the car either
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Kaymo not cool with the ghetto comment, I have 22's on my car as well so that makes us ghetto. Something's are best kept to yourself and maybe some people don't want to pay the outrageousness price or at times long wait for the 21 inch tires because they are on back order.
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22's are too big,makes the car look ghetto,the style of wheels don't really suit the car either
I was thinking of perhaps suggesting my friend put a small lift on his M6 so that he can fit 24s...
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Those wheels shouldn't be on a M6 but to each their own, I really like that finish.
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Kaymo not cool with the ghetto comment, I have 22's on my car as well so that makes us ghetto. Something's are best kept to yourself and maybe some people don't want to pay the outrageousness price or at times long wait for the 21 inch tires because they are on back order.
I didn't mean to offend anybody just my honest opinion,I've seen your car and it looks proper with the style of wheels you got on the car and how slammed it is so no your car does not look ghetto.

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I was thinking of perhaps suggesting my friend put a small lift on his M6 so that he can fit 24s...
LOL hey why not maybe even 26s
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I didn't mean to offend anybody just my honest opinion,I've seen your car and it looks proper with the style of wheels you got on the car and how slammed it is so no your car does not look ghetto.


LOL hey why not maybe even 26s
I think that's the way to do it. You don't want to be just another guy with 22" wheels.

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I think that's the way to do it. You don't want to be just another guy with 22" wheels.

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I think that's the way to do it. You don't want to be just another guy with 22" wheels.

Nice.
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It was our customers choice on getting the 22" and our service to provide them with the wheels. Every person has their own choice on either getting a performance wheel or wheels for just looks.
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I LUh Dat..cuuuuuuu

What happened to all the tasteful bimmers goddammit
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Not in favour of those wheels sorry.
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Well this post didn't go as planned... Such a nicely done video with such negative comments about the wheels.



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Well this post didn't go as planned... Such a nicely done video with such negative comments about the wheels.



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I mean the thing is a work of art, stock. Some nice mods added, but the wheels just...No, they look cheap.
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I mean the thing is a work of art, stock. Some nice mods added, but the wheels just...No, they look cheap.
I am not one to bash but I do agree the wheels don't match the look of the car and it's mainly due to the wheels looking cheap as you said.

In my opinion if you can spend $120k+ on a car you can afford to spend $8-10k on wheels. You get what you pay for when it comes to wheels and if you REALLY cannot afford to put beautiful wheels on a beautiful car then just leave it alone and roll with stocks.

Also, I don't think everyone has a "vision" when it comes to modding cars. There are people that know how to put a damn good looking car together and there are others that just bolt crap on for the sake of bolting on crap. I am not saying this is what was done in the car above... I am just saying.

/opinion_end

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I think that's the way to do it. You don't want to be just another guy with 22" wheels.

Completely agree
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Gentlemen,

There is no accounting for taste...when it comes to subjective matters of taste, people have different opinions.

When customers want certain mods on their cars, we do not reject them due to our tastes being different then theirs. We would do the same with any one of you guys. We always offer our opinion, but at the end of the day, our customer makes the final decision on picking the wheels they want.
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