^^^^^^ ++++ 111111 don't do it.
Speedo will be fine so long as your sidewalls are small enough.
I run 235/35/19 265/30/19 no problems.
Harsh ride but 19s fill the e46 arch so well. I've seen M6 wheels on E46 and IMO it does look good. As you can see above, though, there are a lot of haters. It's your car- do what you want (just don't fit M badges or lexus rear lights on it!, )
Eibach Sportline springs, Powerflex bushes, 8.5j/10j 19" Matt black VMR V710s 235/265 Vredestein Ultralac Sessanta, All black badges, 35% tint, black front grille, lamin-x tint film on front & rear lights, 55W 7.5k HIDs, Orion V2 halo LED angel eyes, Cree reverse bulbs, 18SMD number plate lights, smoked side markers, keyhole delete, K&N panel filter, private plate, bwchiptune ecu remap. http://youtu.be/atvGNof4iB0
Well second set is considerably cheaper. and same size as OEM, so no speedo variances (which I might add my speedo is out already - vs my Road Angel, Speedo reads 60 when road angel ready 54 - so about 10% over)
That is another question for another section now I think about it, if the car thinks your doing 60 miles an hour, and your only really doing 54, will the odometer count up 60 miles or 54? Potentially is my cars mileage 10% less than expected?
Remember your SatNav only gives a correct rading on a flat road. You bring in a gradient and it will under-read.
Use the correct profile tyres to maintain the same rolling radius and your speedo will read as it does now.
summittendo a car nimis,
.. insipiens est in opinione mea'
2015 Golf R
2013 Abarth 595 Competizione
2013 Carrera 4S PDK
I think I need to do some photoshopping. Forget the fact they are made for an M6. I like the style and design. Will have a play around.