E46 sport package wheels

e46 sport package wheels

These are the Genuine BMW wheels from the E46 M3 Competition Package. These are the same size and offset as the optional factory 19" wheels - 19x8.0" ET47. Light. Wide. Rotatable. The lightest 17" square setup available to properly support 255 tires. Best if you plan to keep stock brakes or one of the smaller. 2001 330c1 sport package M68 came with 225/45 tires on 7.5 wheels in front and 245/40 tires on 8.5" wheels in rear.

E46 sport package wheels - simply magnificent

The E46-generation 3 Series is easily one of the most popular BMWs of all time. Not only did it sell like crazy when it was new but it continues to do so on the second-hand market. In fact, used-car sites are filled to the brim with E46s in various conditions, waiting for new owners. However, buying an E46 isn’t as easy as just picking one. There were, and still are, many things to consider about the fan-favorite 3 Series, as model types, packages and options can make a world of a difference.

Thankfully, the folks over at Bimmerfest and diymybmw have compiled a nice little list of all the different packages, options and trim levels available on the E46 3 Series. This sort of list can be an invaluable tool when shopping for your next car, allowing you to know exactly what you’re looking at, what to look for and what not to believe from the shady guy selling the car. Also, no, the spoiler wasn’t factory and it didn’t come with a special package that makes the car faster…

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U.S. E46 3 Series Packages

When shopping for an E46 3 Series, there are three main packages to consider, so get your three-letter abbreviations down. There’s ZSP (Sport Package), ZPP (Premium Package) and ZHP (Performance Package). Each of those packages bring a unique set of options that make it special and knowing the options they bring will help you better understand your car. So let’s take a look at the most important packages and what they offer.

  • ZSP (Sport Package) — The ZSP pack came with a three-spoke steering wheel, sport seats with additional thigh support and thicker side bolsters, sportier wheels with low profile tires and a stiffer suspension.
  • ZPP (Premium Package) — The ZPP pack came with special high-spoke wheels, a four-spoke multi-function steering wheel, power front seats, rain-sensing windshield wipers, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, lumbar support and a moonroof.
  • ZHP (Performance Package) — This is the top dog that everyone wants. The ZHP came with a six-speed manual with a shorter-throw shifter (standard manuals were five-speed), a different final-drive ratio, revised camshafts, ten more horsepower, stiffer control arm bushings, a re-tuned suspension, an Alcantara steering wheel, an exterior body kit and ZHP-specific wheels.
  • Cold weather package (ZCW) — It includes a Pass-through ski bag, Heated seats, Headlight washers and Fold down rear seats

Canada and Mexico

If you live in Canada, then you might have seen 330i models that look similar to the E46 ZHP in the United States. Up north, BMW offered the M Performance Package which uses the same bodykit as the U.S. model but with upgraded camshafts and engine tweaks. It also received a BMW Performance Package exhaust. The option code was recorded as ZAM.

If you go down south to Mexico, then the E46 ZHP was known as the F1 Package and was available on the E46 320i model. It was nearly identical to the M Package from Canada, sans the engine mods.

The Rest Of The World E46 3 Series Packages

The rest of the world had the following packages for the E46 3 Series:

The E46 M Clubsport was visually similar to the U.S. ZHP. The main difference is that the M Clubsport trim was not given the BMW performance camshafts. Instead, it had 20 kilograms (44 lb) of sound deadening removed from the car.

The M Clubsport trim shares the same suspension set up as the ZHP in the U.S., as well as the interior trim and 18 inch style 135 wheels.

However, changes from the ZHP include plastic front splitters on the M-Tech II bumper, a M-tech II styled rear spoiler (instead of the M3 trunk lip), and clubsport door sills. The M Clubsport also came with two “BMW Individual” color options: Estoril Blue and Velvet Blue.

The ZHP is objectively the best version of the E46 3 Series. It looks stellar, has the best handling of any non-M3 E46, has a bit more horsepower and hotter cams. It’s just the one to buy if you can find one for the right price (demand has inflated the price a bit too much).

However, if you’re just looking for something to be a comfortable highway cruiser that’s also sporty enough to handle a back road, the ZPP package is excellent. Its ride is more comfortable, it has taller gearing so its engine is more relaxed at highway speed, its more comfortable on the inside and it looks a bit more understated.

Though, if you want something that’s a bit in between, the ZSP package is also good. It offers a bit of extra sportiness over the ZPP but isn’t as sporty as the ZHP. So it’s a nice middle-man and a great daily driver. It looks a bit cooler than a standard E46 or ZPP, it handles slightly sharper and yet it’s still comfortable enough and understated.

So next time you’re shopping for an E46 3 Series, which you very well might be, whoever you are, use this tool to help you understand what you’re looking at. Knowledge is power and, in the immortal words of April Ludgate, power is pizza.

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Original BMW Wheel Upgrades for BMW 3 Series E46 (1999-2005)

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What better place to look for a BMW wheel upgrade than straight from BMW? BMW has always offered alternative or upgraded wheel sets for most of their model range. These larger wheels offer a safe and effective upgrade. We consider the factory wheels to be the benchmark for wheel fitment. Even if you don't choose a factory wheel style, the sizing and offset has already been tested and developed by BMW's own engineers. Using the factory upgrade wheel sizes and offsets as a template is a good way to ensure a trouble-free fit for your own wheel project. For wheel information in general, check out our Wheel Tech Guide by clicking here.

BMW Wheels are one of our specialties. Our website lists the most popular wheels that we sell but we always welcome inquiries for other factory BMW wheels. Call or e-mail us and we can likely save you substantial amounts of money than buying from your local BMW dealer.



E46 M Sport Style 72 Wheel Set

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These beautiful wheels were available with the M Sport trim package on E46 coupes and they look great on all E46 models. This is a factory BMW wheel set (not cheap replicas) in staggered sizes - 18x8.0" and 18x9.5". These are a direct fit upgrade for all E46 models and will also look great on other chassis as well (see fitment notes). This is M Sport wheel package including center caps.

E46 M Sport Wheel Set includes -
2 x 18x8.0" ET47 V Spoke Style 72 front wheels (BMW #36112229145)
2 x 18x8.5" ET50 V Spoke Style 72 rear wheels (BMW #36112229155)
4 x BMW wheel center caps (BMW #36136783536)

These are relatively high offset 3-series wheels so wheel spacers will be required on other models. Enter your car info for more specific info. Careful consideration of wheel width, offset and tire sizing must be observed when choosing and installing wheels. Adding different or larger wheels may lead to rubbing on suspension components or bodywork. Wheel spacers, new alignment settings, fender modifications, or other adjustments may be required. Retrofitting wheels from one chassis to another may not be compatible with your TPMS system (new TPMS or a TPMS emulator may be requried). For additional resources on wheel fitments, refer to our Wheel Guide FAQ or give us a call or e-mail.  

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E92 335i Sport Package 18" Style 189 Wheel Set

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T#:373272

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$1,561.48

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These Style 189 wheels were originally used on E92 non-M cars with the factory Sport package. The handsome 5-spoke design looks right at home on all E9X cars and even other 3-series such as E46. This is a staggered wheel set - 18x8.0 ET34 in the front and 18x8.5 ET37 in the rear. This is an easy staggered fitment for 3-series cars. On older models such as the E36 and E46 that used higher factory offsets the tire clearnce to the outer fender may be tight. This is an easy fit to E9X cars though.

Style 189 Wheel Set includes:

  • 2 x 18x8.0" ET34 Style 189 Star Spoke Wheels (BMW #36116768858)
  • 2 x 18x8.5" ET37 Style 189 Star Spoke Wheels (BMW #36116768859)
  • set of 4 wheel center caps (BMW #36136783536)

Careful consideration of wheel width, offset and tire sizing must be observed when choosing and installing wheels. Adding different or larger wheels may lead to rubbing on suspension components or bodywork. Wheel spacers, new alignment settings, fender modifications, or other adjustments may be required. Retrofitting wheels from one chassis to another may not be compatible with your TPMS system (new TPMS or a TPMS emulator may be requried). For additional resources on wheel fitments, refer to our Wheel Guide FAQ or give us a call or e-mail. 

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E90 330i 18" Ellipsoid Style 162 Wheel Set

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T#:378916

Part#:36116775602KT

$1,561.48

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The Style 162 'Ellipsoid' wheels were originally used on the E90 330i with the factory Sport package. The broad spokes make the wheel look bigger than it actually is. This is a staggered wheel set - 18x8.0 ET34 in the front and 18x8.5 ET37 in the rear. This is an easy staggered fitment for 3-series cars. On older models such as the E36 and E46 that used higher factory offsets the tire clearnce to the outer fender may be tight. This is an easy fit to E9X cars though.

Style 162 Wheel Set includes:

  • 2 x 18x8.0" ET34 Style 162 Ellipsoid Styling Wheels (BMW #36116775601)
  • 2 x 18x8.5" ET37 Style 162 Ellipsoid Styling Wheels (BMW #36116775602)
  • set of 4 wheel center caps (BMW #36136783536)

As with any wheel retrofit, particular attention must be paid to tire sizes, ride height, and alignment settings. We cannot guarantee wheel fitment for every application. Careful consideration of wheel width, offset and tire sizing must be observed when choosing and installing wheels. Adding different or larger wheels may lead to rubbing on suspension components or bodywork. Wheel spacers, new alignment settings, fender modifications, or other adjustments may be required. Retrofitting wheels from one chassis to another may not be compatible with your TPMS system (new TPMS or a TPMS emulator may be requried). For additional resources on wheel fitments, refer to our Wheel Guide FAQ or give us a call or e-mail. 

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OEM BMW E46 WHEEL STYLE, SPECS

Style Number:
Style 44Standard on:1999 328i Sedan w/ Sport Package1999 328Ci Coupe w/ Sport Package2000 323Ci Convertible w/ Sport Package2000 323Ci Touring w/ Sport Package2000 323Ci Touring w/ Sport-Premium PackageStandard on:2000 328i Sedan w/ Sport Package2001 325i Sedan w/ Sport Package2003 325Ci Coupe w/ Sport PackageWheel Name:Star SpokeOEM BMW Part Number, Front:36111094506 OEM BMW Part Number, Rear:36111094506Front Offset:ET+47Rear Offset:ET+47Factory Setup, Front:17 x 8.0Factory Setup, Rear:17 x 8.0Factory Tire Size, Front:225/45/17Factory Tire Size, Rear:225/45/17Wheel Weight, Front:23.13 lbs (10.49 kg)Wheel Weight, Rear:23.13 lbs (10.49 kg)NOTES:Wheels delivered from the factory with performance tires.
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What kind of wheels are these? Confirmed: BMW style 157

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  1. Oli77's Avatar

    Oli77 said:05-18-2011 02:33 PM

    What kind of wheels are these? Confirmed: BMW style 157

    I was considering buying those locally for winter setup (175$ for 4).
    I went to our trusted http://felgenkatalog.auto-treff.com/ site and can not find them.
    Do you guys recognize these and are they worth the price?

    Last edited by Oli77; 05-18-2011 at 03:11 PM.
    325i, 2005, 5MT, Silvergrey, leatherette, Sport package; CDV delete, KONI STR-T & KYB Excel-G, Weisslichts, Stewart H2O pump

    328i, 2010, 6MT, Spacegrey, dakota leather, M-sport packages; has a 330 intake but no tune - yet
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    zhpnsnv said:05-18-2011 02:35 PM
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    az3579 said:05-18-2011 02:50 PM
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  4. Oli77's Avatar

    Oli77 said:05-18-2011 03:11 PM
    325i, 2005, 5MT, Silvergrey, leatherette, Sport package; CDV delete, KONI STR-T & KYB Excel-G, Weisslichts, Stewart H2O pump

    328i, 2010, 6MT, Spacegrey, dakota leather, M-sport packages; has a 330 intake but no tune - yet
    http://s900.photobucket.com/user/othibau/media/Junesig.jpg.html][IMG]http://i900.photobucket.com/albums/ac208/othibau/Junesig.jpg
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    mimalmo said:05-18-2011 03:27 PM
    Never seen those before. Diameter/width/offset?
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    Oli77 said:05-18-2011 03:29 PM
    All I know is that they are 17 inches. The guy selling them says they are from his 328xi. I am guessing not a BMW wheel?
    325i, 2005, 5MT, Silvergrey, leatherette, Sport package; CDV delete, KONI STR-T & KYB Excel-G, Weisslichts, Stewart H2O pump

    328i, 2010, 6MT, Spacegrey, dakota leather, M-sport packages; has a 330 intake but no tune - yet
    http://s900.photobucket.com/user/othibau/media/Junesig.jpg.html][IMG]http://i900.photobucket.com/albums/ac208/othibau/Junesig.jpg
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    mimalmo said:05-18-2011 03:36 PM
    They still might be. BMW puts a lot of different wheels on their cars.
  8. spencers said:05-18-2011 03:53 PM
    Those are Style 243.
    Came on an E60 (5-series).
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    Oli77 said:05-18-2011 04:10 PM
    Awesome man Spencer! Kudos, yep looks like them style 243.

    So does "allrad" mean allroad (i.e., xi)?

    There are 2 offsets listed, a 20 and a 43 on the german Felgen Katalog website.

    If they are 20, they won't fit.

    If they are offset 43 they will right? If they did fit on a 328xi, like the owner claims, then I am good to go?

    Is that a good price for 4 used wheels?
    325i, 2005, 5MT, Silvergrey, leatherette, Sport package; CDV delete, KONI STR-T & KYB Excel-G, Weisslichts, Stewart H2O pump

    328i, 2010, 6MT, Spacegrey, dakota leather, M-sport packages; has a 330 intake but no tune - yet
    http://s900.photobucket.com/user/othibau/media/Junesig.jpg.html][IMG]http://i900.photobucket.com/albums/ac208/othibau/Junesig.jpg
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    danewilson77 said:05-18-2011 05:33 PM
    43 will be good.....20 might take some creativity.

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  1. +Sidharth Satheesh The problem with that is you then don't have a key for when 10 fucks up and you have to do a fresh install, I've also seen a lot of posts of people saying their install from upgrade has gone all weird but people who have a key and go fresh.

  2. what about the licence fee? Do i need to buy it separately or it will run without registration?

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