[s-cars] New Wheel Suggestions
pizzoman at yahoo.com
Sun Oct 27 06:28:42 EST 2002
SSR Competitions. They now offer them in a silver
finish for the less flamboyant of us. They're
featherlight wheels, I originally picked up an 18 and
was expecting the wheel to be much heavier, so I
almost slipped and fell flat on my Calabrian ass.
Wheel bending rumors be damned, a buddy of mine has
had them for 8 months on NY roads with nary a bend or
balancing issue. I guess the rumors of bending were
only applicable to early production runs.
Yes, I do know that no matter what, sometimes you're
gonna bend a wheel (I bent 4 on Hylan), but the
unsprung weight difference is noticeable on the comp.
Just my 2 cents, but I'm sure one of you nitpickers
will find a flaw somewhere in this post.
--- Theodore Chen <tedebearp at yahoo.com> wrote:
> --- t44tq at mindspring.com wrote:
> > Listers-
> > I'm in need of a new set of wheels due to a public
> > works road damage incident and would like some
> > for wheels that are relatively lightweight (under
> > strong and inexpensive. I know that's virtually an
> > but thought I'd ask.
> > Must be 17x8 ET30-40, must clear S4tt brakes at
> the minimum.
> > Any suggestions? I'm leaning toward Mille Miglia
> MM11^2 unless
> > someone has a better suggestion. I can't find a
> decent set of
> > OEM wheels, otherwise I'd think about that as
> well. Anyone know
> > how heavy the 5-spoke 17x7.5 B6 A4 wheel is?
> > Otherwise, it's Borbet Type E or OZ Chrono Evo.
> SSR integral or SSR competition. they get high
> praise from racers.
> the OEM ford mustang cobra R rims are 17x9 and weigh
> 22 lbs. the
> equivalent SSR integrals supposedly weigh 18 lbs.
> for the same size.
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