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Old 11-17-2012, 05:26 PM   #1
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RTR Wheels or Shelby gunmetal shelby razor wheels??

I'm looking to buy new rims for my gray metallic 2011 mustang gt and was wondering what wheels would be better! Any opinions would be very Helpful! Thanks!
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Old 11-17-2012, 05:33 PM   #2
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With out seeing any pics of the Shelby wheels that your talking about I would go with the RTR's
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Old 11-17-2012, 05:42 PM   #3
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@mr2092 here's them both...

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I have a set of SVT wheels I added to my car but with the other Shelby wheels I would go with the RTR's.

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Are planing on lowering the car or is it lowered? If there is plans to lower it I would go 19 inch Shelby's.
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I like them RTRs over the Shelby.
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Old 11-17-2012, 06:03 PM   #7
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I lowered the car about 1 1/2 inches and I think the Shelby's would go with the paint scheme bette,r i agree but do you think 20's would look better then 19's?
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I like the RTR's, but I'm a little biased.
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A friend of mine has the razors on his 05-09? CS6. They look sweeeet! But, I think on our 10+ the RTR's look better. Haven't seen many people with the shelby razor wheels though so you could be different and grab them. Can't make a bad choice here though.
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A friend of mine has the razors on his 05-09? CS6. They look sweeeet! But, I think on our 10+ the RTR's look better. Haven't seen many people with the shelby razor wheels though so you could be different and grab them. Can't make a bad choice here though.
Black Shelby razors now available at AM 20" x 9" I believe.
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Black Shelby razors now available at AM 20" x 9" I believe.
Now those might look really good and different ?
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I like those in Black I think that would look really good!
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Go with the RTR's !! >_< lol
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Go with the RTR's !! >_< lol
The Charcoal ones?
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The Charcoal ones?
From your post I personally would go with 20s cause I love the no gap between the wheels an fender
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From your post I personally would go with 20s cause I love the no gap between the wheels an fender
You gotta point, there's nearly any wheel gap now but if I put 20's it will sit perfectly!
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I like them RTRs over the Shelby.
That's what I plan on getting the charcoal ones. After looking a all the rims that are possible I like the rtr ones the most

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For the rtrs you shouldn't have to buy new tpms can use the ones off your stock rims right?
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That's what I plan on getting the charcoal ones. After looking a all the rims that are possible I like the rtr ones the most

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For the rtrs you shouldn't have to buy new tpms can use the ones off your stock rims right?
I believe it depends if your getting tire mounted through online they would need it but since yours are still on the stock wheel you would have to purchase new ones
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I would stay with the brembos and get a full exhaust cai and tune
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Old 11-19-2012, 12:45 AM   #23
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The rtr rims should fit with the brembo brake pack right?
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RTR's are a great budget wheel. If you're looking for a better quality I'd go straight to the Rushforth Wheel line.
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I just ordered some RTRS they should be here Thursday, can't wait to put them on
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I just ordered some RTRS they should be here Thursday, can't wait to put them on
Lol so did I and same!

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RTR's are a great budget wheel. If you're looking for a better quality I'd go straight to the Rushforth Wheel line.
At almost 300 a wheel I wouldn't call them budget. Depending on the size. You can get much much cheaper wheels.
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Lol so did I and same!

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At almost 300 a wheel I wouldn't call them budget. Depending on the size. You can get much much cheaper wheels.
You're right. So who's gonna be the first one to pick up and install some of those $50 American Racing Nascar style rims on their S197?
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