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Old 03-26-2013, 06:08 PM   #61
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The 18x8 Imola weighs 25 lbs and is low pressure cast and heat treated.
Thanks for the info. Makes those 1.2's pretty tempting. Although I prefer the Imola's style.
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Old 03-26-2013, 06:41 PM   #62
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Thanks for the info. Makes those 1.2's pretty tempting. Although I prefer the Imola's style.
The Imola's are not the lighteset, not the heaviest, mid-weights if you will. Being low pressure cast and heat treated, they certainly are premium cast, strong wheels. I know the ST's stock wheel is 18x8/25lbs. Not sure what the SEL's wheels weigh in at.

Here's a shop I did on a RR ST:


And I just did this one:


Looks quite good to me :) .
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Old 03-26-2013, 07:14 PM   #64
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Note the "GT" notched cap which is also available for spec orders.


One other tidbit of info, the 17x7.5 Imola weighs 20.5 lbs.

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Hey PCA-1, does Team Dynamics offer the Pro Series 3 anthracite in a 16 inch?
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Hey PCA-1, does Team Dynamics offer the Pro Series 3 anthracite in a 16 inch?
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The Pro Race 3 is only available in 15x7 and 17x7.

Should you decide to go with either size, it would require a spec order from the UK factory. Team Dynamics USA does not stock any 16" wheels in 4x108/5x108 bolt patterns as is. So, anyone wanting anything 16" from Team Dynamics, it would require a spec order.

Perfect Circle Autosport specializes in Team Dynamics spec ordering. Basically the specs are derived from the model ranges of diameter, width, offset, lug pattern, and color offered by Team Dynamics. Spec orders do require payment up front as the UK factory is manufacturing one set of wheels just for you. ETA's range from 6 weeks with air freight to 12 weeks with container shipping.

Having done this for a few years now, PCA recognizes the time to build and deliver quotient. With feedback sent up the chain over the last two years,
this year has shown a marked increase in stability of the ETA's. While ETA's are certainly important, having any ETA means no "pick and click" of readily available wheels which limit access to only the single specs offered. Team Dynamics has a multitude of possible spec combinations that are many times more suited to the customer's application.

Having so many option combination available to be ordered anywhere from a single wheel to as many as you could ever need/want, at these price points and high level of quality, it is a slower process than say a $3,000+ set of custom spec forged wheels, which typically have a 4-6 week ETA.

In the end, I know spec ordering is not for everyone. I also know everyone that has spec ordered loves their wheels. For them, the wait is worth it. :)

Any questions/other, please let me know.
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I don't mind the wait, but the price is definitely going to fall outside my range. They are beautiful wheels though!
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I don't mind the wait, but the price is definitely going to fall outside my range. They are beautiful wheels though!
Pricing for Team Dynamics premium low pressure cast, heat treated, and shot peened wheels is truly bang for the buck. These wheels are manufactured as well, if not better than OZ, 1pc cast compared to 1pc cast, and cost significantly less.

Pm me for a price quote, it is free;). You never know.
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Congratulations to LensDriven on the purchase of a set of Anthracite Pro Race 1.2 wheels!

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Hey! Didn't even see that ^ thanks!! Yeah, I'm really happy with em. Having gotten to compare these in person to the typical tire store/rim store fare- these are definetly far superior in build, quality and finish. They had quite a few on display where I had them mounted - there was nothing comparable that wasn't made for a Lexus or Porsche only, and even then- given the craftmanship of the rim edges, attention to finish inside the barrel even, and the contours/lines AND the fact that these don't have 4 other lug holes hanging out in the center... Yeah.... Definetly a good buy, worth going over budget for ;)
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