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Old 3rd April 2011, 01:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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18" track wheels/slicks

Finally got some 18s suitable for track work but without the silly price tag. They are rotary forged tsw Nurburgring in matt bronze. They clear the front caliper by a good 8mm, cannot believe how light they are! Rear required Nismo extended studs and 20mm spacers.
Tyres are 1 race old Michelin slicks, cost 300 a set and should last 2 or 3 track days.
What you think guys?



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Old 3rd April 2011, 01:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Those wheels look awesome!!!!

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Look great these wheels, see them on a few GTR's now, do 19inch ones as well.

Tyre's look awesome
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Old 3rd April 2011, 08:07 PM   #5 (permalink)
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they look f888ing gorgeous mate. better than stock. coorrrr.
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looking good~~~~~~~~~~~~~~!!!! gotta say love it~~~ ur wing and the wheels! can you PM me where did u get ur wheels and the size~

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If you can afford them for 2-3 track sessions, go for it!

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If you can afford them for 2-3 track sessions, go for it!

Enjoy
The dunlops lasted 4 trackdays for me and I wasn't out there for more than 4 hours per day. 2000 per set, you do the math!

Thanks for positive comments, the pics look good but in person. . . wow!
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looking good~~~~~~~~~~~~~~!!!! gotta say love it~~~ ur wing and the wheels! can you PM me where did u get ur wheels and the size~

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I got them at my local mill auto as they are tsw dealers and my mate is the assistant manager.
They are not sold in uk so have to be ordered from America. They are 18x10.5 +27
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Dam that looks sweet.
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Whatever happened to the wheels and tyre packages you were intending to offer ?
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R35 on slicks can't get much better looks awesome
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Wheels are nice, but where is the rear wing from I want one
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Rear wing is aeromotions in USA
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nice wheels, what is the offset and weight of those wheels?
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Offset is +27 but rear needed 20mm spacers.
I didn't weigh them but I can carry the wheel and tyre easily with one finger!
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what are the options for 18inch wheels? am thinking track and also perhaps winter use!
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do you have a half/full cage in your car ??
i only ask as most track days will not let you run slicks without a cage ...
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