Lightest wheel in 16x7 4x108 42et that isnt a bizillion dollars...?

Discussion in 'Fiesta ST Wheel and Tire Upgrades' started by Mister_Mino, Oct 29, 2014.

  1. Steve@Tasca

    Steve@Tasca Fiesta ST Network Sponsor

    That looks amazing!
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  3. RodMoe

    RodMoe Well-Known Member

    I kinda like it too :)
  4. eRic

    eRic Active Member

    has anyone purchased TRMotorsport FF10 wheels from the Tire Rack? 17x7 +42mm weigh 14.65 lbs for $139 each.

  5. WScottCross

    WScottCross Well-Known Member

    Wow, that's super light for a 17" wheel! Curious about the note that says it can't use a center cap on the rear axle?
  6. Removed

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    Yeah, that would be a no-go for me. The OZ mountune wheels cost a bazillion dollars but so far I haven't seen any that have beat the weight (<14lbs each).
  7. Steve@Tasca

    Steve@Tasca Fiesta ST Network Sponsor

    I have that issue with my Rotas, I could get the rear caps to barely stay on but they never fit right due to the hub being too tight a fit in the wheel center bore.

    Painted the hub centers and dust caps satin black and called it a day.

    Last edited: Nov 10, 2014
  8. PCA-1

    PCA-1 Active Member

    When Tirerack clearances a wheel after a mere few months on the market, it begs to question why. As well, Tirerack does not list how the wheels were manufactured. 17x7/14.65 lbs for $139 or $169 is too good to be true.

    Check out the detail of the rim where the spoke meets it.
    Last edited: Nov 8, 2014
  9. Slowclimb

    Slowclimb Active Member

    I am still hoping that enkei makes the RPF1 in our size...please.

    Until there is an equivalent to that I am going with the Sparco's..1 or so pounds of wheel weight...while important...has never proven to bet that much different in any tests I have seen in Grass Roots Motorsports or other like publications. Wheel width and tire profile seemed to be more important....for instance, pinching a tire that is way to big for a wheel on may not be as good as the contact patch is affected.
  10. Mister_Mino

    Mister_Mino Member

    I'm not sure how relevant but I was expecting a wash in fuel economy running 15lbs 15" Sparco Drift winter wheels with a higher rolling resistance of winter tires but my highway mpg actually jumped from mid 35s with the lead stockers to a displayed 38.7! Of course miles are up to 6600 so the car is showing benefits of being broken in...

    Still trying to source something lighter than the 16x7 OZs...
  11. Firesail

    Firesail Active Member

    Rota Slipstreams are 14.2 pounds (6.4 kilos) in 16x7 4x108. I have a set that I am using for my snows.:)
  12. Mister_Mino

    Mister_Mino Member

    I deleted my email from Wheeldude but I think the slip only comes in a 40, which is too much for Street Class. 41.15 is the max we can run...
  13. Firesail

    Firesail Active Member

  14. stuntdoogie

    stuntdoogie Active Member

    Id bet those things are butter soft.
  15. Pedro

    Pedro Active Member

    I just got some 16x7 Rota Slipstreams et40, 4x108, and they weigh 14.3lbs on the bathroom scale. I got them off ebay for $600 I like them a lot and even got on the dii star specs on 225/45/16 and no rubbing :)

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  16. Slowclimb

    Slowclimb Active Member

    PCA-1 you know how much the 16x7 pro race 1.2 weigh.? Can't wait for mine to come in...
  17. stuntdoogie

    stuntdoogie Active Member

    I also have a set of those on order in the same size. I think they weight 16lbs.
  18. PCA-1

    PCA-1 Active Member


    The stock listed weight for the 16x7 Pro Race 1.2 is 16.7lbs.
  19. Slowclimb

    Slowclimb Active Member

  20. Steve@Tasca

    Steve@Tasca Fiesta ST Network Sponsor

    Love the Slips, I want a set in 16" for my SVT in the worst way.

  21. Slowclimb

    Slowclimb Active Member

    I like the amount of tire that the 225 45s show...can't wait till April to get my TDs and Dunlops

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