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Old 09-30-2012, 06:18 PM   #1
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I am going with lightweight rims forgestars cf10 or f14.
I like the them both but i think the multi-spoke f14 style is played out.
What other rims do u guys recommend under $3000.
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Old 09-30-2012, 06:22 PM   #2
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Not exactly light weight but i've been thinking about these Giovanna Monza's

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Personally I say neither but if it's between those 2 I say f14's
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I think Ur stock Brembos look better IMHO ... Drop it and it'll look much more refined
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I think Ur stock Brembos look better IMHO ... Drop it and it'll look much more refined
Yea that is what alot of people tell me but i HATE seen another car like mine lol.
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Old 09-30-2012, 08:15 PM   #8
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Ok, I love my mustang but it is a budget sports car so $3k on rims is about right. That is a gt-r though, about 80k or more depending on the model. $3k rims on a GT-R?! Did he put it all in the down payment?
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Old 09-30-2012, 08:31 PM   #9
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Ok, I love my mustang but it is a budget sports car so $3k on rims is about right. That is a gt-r though, about 80k or more depending on the model. $3k rims on a GT-R?! Did he put it all in the down payment?
Alot of ferraris and lambos have forgestar because they are basically High performance rims at half the price because brands like HRE you are paying more for the name than the rims.
They have a video online on how they make forgestars and it is the same process and materials as HRE and BBS.

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FORGESTARS has won best rims in the sema show three years in a row over other High end brands. Price isnt everything, i also thought the same until i read about the company.
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Old 09-30-2012, 10:47 PM   #11
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I'm gonna read up. Not gonna lie, I'm a little impressed.
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They are lightweight so should i go with 20" or 19"????
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I saw 19'. More options for lowering/suspension. I've seen even 18s fill the wheel wells, so with a modest drop I think 19's would be ideal. I am dropping 1inch and plan to stick with 19s based on the pics I've seen on this forum
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not sure what your style is but also look into

True Forged Wheels Steve (the owner) is a good guy and is big in the Mustang Community. Sets are usually 2600 bucks to start with~

Also vossen wheels might have something you like, priced about the same ~
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I saw 19'. More options for lowering/suspension. I've seen even 18s fill the wheel wells, so with a modest drop I think 19's would be ideal. I am dropping 1inch and plan to stick with 19s based on the pics I've seen on this forum
Yea i am also getung the ford racing 1 in drop package

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not sure what your style is but also look into

True Forged Wheels Steve (the owner) is a good guy and is big in the Mustang Community. Sets are usually 2600 bucks to start with~

Also vossen wheels might have something you like, priced about the same ~
Vossen are a little heavier.
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Old 10-03-2012, 01:22 PM   #16
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What do u guys think??, red car with gold rims and i am getting my brembos painted red with an upgrade to my rear brakes making them 14".
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Old 10-03-2012, 01:27 PM   #17
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Maybe a darker gold would look better?
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Not a fan. Almost like a WReX mated with a mustang. Maybe the darker brass look, but it is still borrowing a lot from the Subbie look
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Not a fan. Almost like a WReX mated with a mustang. Maybe the darker brass look, but it is still borrowing a lot from the Subbie look
Yea, i maybe be better just going with a dark aluminum.
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