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New 19" 360 wheels

Discussion in '360/430' started by rjklein, Nov 18, 2003.

  1. rjklein

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    New 19" wheels opinions
     
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  4. Jeru

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    They look awsome.
     
  5. Hubert888

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    Nice rims....too bad you cant put the Ferrari logo caps on there.
     
  6. zjpj

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    Nice - I love thin spokes. But, agreed - get Ferrari caps installed.
     
  7. tifosi

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    to me the multiple thin spokes make them look a little to busy, but best of luck
     
  8. rjklein

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    I am having the Ferrari caps installed next week. They are being made as we speek. So I will post pics after I get the logos installed. FYI anybody else who needs logos for other wheels, let me know.
     
  9. Carnut

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    I guys at OZ made the wheels for my incoming 04 spider. They are good people.
     
  10. zjpj

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    do the wheels feel heavy? My concern with aftermarket wheels, especially big ones, is that they feel heavy. My friend had a Cayenne for which he bought the 20 inch Porsch sport techno wheels. He said they just felt heavier than stock, and ended up selling them on Ebay for a big loss after just a couple of months. When you shope for aftermarket wheels, do you look at weight?
     
  11. Garretto

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    Those are OZ Superleggera (superlights) which I believe are really light. At least you pay for that :D

    Nice choice, they're surely about the lightest aftermarket wheels and suit the 360 decently. I might prefer the single piece Superleggera, though. Cleaner design IMO.
     
  12. Garretto

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    What's the size of the tires front & rear anyway? And what about rim width, also f/r?
     
  13. Carnut

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    I went with stock size 18's, they are lighter than the stock wheels. I'm not sure about the 19's
     
  14. rjklein

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    The wheel Size:
    Wheel:
    Front 8.5X19
    Back 11X19

    Tires:
    Front 225 X 35 X 19's
    Back 295 X 30 X 19's

    As for the handling it is very hard to compare. I only have about ten miles on the tires. Fist impression is that the steering feels lighter, could be because they are new. As for the ASR it does not seem to interact any more than with stock set up.
     
  15. Hubert888

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    Hey Rjklein, how much does it cost to get Ferrari Logos installed on the center of rims anyways? I'm just curious.
     
  16. rjklein

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    $40 for all four caps. They look awsome, it is a process called domeing. They use the OZ center caps fill in the emblem from OZ and install the Ferrari emblem on top, and use this process called domeing that makes it look OEM. They look so good I could not tell the difference between the OEM, and the new ones
     
  17. Hubert888

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    WOW! cool! One of the reasons as to why I did not purchase new rims for my 360 is that I wanted the Ferrari caps on them and a lot of rims dont let you pop the Ferrari cap onto them. Hmm.... now I will have to seriously look at some new wheels now! :) thanks
     
  18. JSinNOLA

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    Nice move with the new rims!
    Is it me or are those SF shields put on a little too high on your 360?
     
  19. Hubert888

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    I agree. those SF shields are a bit too high as compared to where they should be on the 360 option.
     
  20. where you from looks like the chicago burb's from the pics. Great looking 360.
     
  21. rjklein

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    I got the SF shields from Nick, and I just placed them where they fit the closest to the fender. When I placed them where the Factory puts them the gaps were larger than where I placed them. I figured that a tighter more consistant reveal would be better, besides I did not think anybody would notice. You guys are good.
     
  22. 360CS

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    Hi guys

    Got mine from Paul, figured this is about right. But in with you on the fender profile mine reqired a wee bit of bending to get a good fit.

    Nice Car....not my cup of tea.."the wheels" but all the same it looks nice.
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  23. India Whiskey Charlie

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    FWIW, these are the OZ Superleggera III's which are the 3-piece version of the Sperleggera and are not as light.
     

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