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This is new, MRR wheels?? I'm wondering if anyone here in forum new about these ?? any info?? price, specs??
Yes I emailed with the sales guy some when in October.
The wheels are not forged and are called MRR FS6
Size they sell for the Vantage is 20x9.5/20x10.5 5x114.3
 
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Originally Posted by Zettinger View Post
Yes I emailed with the sales guy some when in October.
The wheels are not forged and are called MRR FS6
Size they sell for the Vantage is 20x9.5/20x10.5 5x114.3
Cost?
 
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Cost?
Shipped in standard color like hyper silver would be $2,300.
Special finish additional $150.00

here some pics he send me with the same email:








I can share the contact if someone is interested.

I researched wheels for my Aston and ended up buying a Porsche instead of wheels.
 

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I am a huge fan of this style wheel but obviously not a fan of the ESR rep brand

I have been trying to find a wheel that looks just like this from a reputable manufacturer to throw on the V8V but have not had any luck

https://esrwheels.com/collections/3-...d/products/es2
 
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Originally Posted by lilseevs View Post
I am a huge fan of this style wheel but obviously not a fan of the ESR rep brand

I have been trying to find a wheel that looks just like this from a reputable manufacturer to throw on the V8V but have not had any luck

https://esrwheels.com/collections/3-...d/products/es2
So are you looking for a split 5-spoke design mainly or the whole flat face, step lip, split 5-spoke combo?
 
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Originally Posted by WheelB View Post
So are you looking for a split 5-spoke design mainly or the whole flat face, step lip, split 5-spoke combo?
Id love to see both - the link is to a 3 piece forged wheel with that step lip, split 5 spoke and rivets - id ideally like to have hypersilver/silver brushed barrels, spokes/face, and gold rivets if I went 3 piece

If its a 1 piece wheel then somehow a split 5 apoke with some lip to it? I have seen some wheel manufacturers that have been able to do a step lip or lip on a single 1 piece wheel but obv it is not a large lip.

Im not necessarily looking for forged, flow formed is fine with me as these are just wheels Im going to be using when I cruise around with friends or attending my local cars & coffee. The forged diamond turned wheels currently on my car will be the track setup - for times when I need to be more concerned with strength of the wheel. Im moreso looking at style/look right now
 
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Originally Posted by lilseevs View Post
Id love to see both - the link is to a 3 piece forged wheel with that step lip, split 5 spoke and rivets - id ideally like to have hypersilver/silver brushed barrels, spokes/face, and gold rivets if I went 3 piece

If its a 1 piece wheel then somehow a split 5 apoke with some lip to it? I have seen some wheel manufacturers that have been able to do a step lip or lip on a single 1 piece wheel but obv it is not a large lip.

Im not necessarily looking for forged, flow formed is fine with me as these are just wheels Im going to be using when I cruise around with friends or attending my local cars & coffee. The forged diamond turned wheels currently on my car will be the track setup - for times when I need to be more concerned with strength of the wheel. Im moreso looking at style/look right now
I'll DM you some options now.
 
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I came across these wheels,Like new condition, see my classified ad here

https://www.6speedonline.com/forums/...ml#post4697259
 
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Originally Posted by Redpants View Post
My grey Vantage has a set of BC Forged RZ05's in a much wider fitment - 9.5" in front and 11" in rear.

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Here are a few of mine with different wheels on.

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anyone got Niche branded wheels on their vantage?
Not mine but another member's car running Niche Essen M147's. I'm running the same setup on my F-Type.




 
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Hi!

I just bought a 2006 Vantage with the stock wheels, but am considering to upgrade them to the 20" DBS/DB9 wheels. I live in Hong Kong and I know a guy at a wheel factory in China (that make high-end wheels for the US and European markets) that can custom make forged wheels for me. I'm thinking of having them in graphite with diamond cut finish. I'm just a bit worried about the other threads I've read that Aston Martin doesn't recommend 20" on the V8V. The best tire set-up would be 255/35ZR20 & 305/30ZR20 (rear), right?
My '06 V8V - Bought last month with 36K km
Found this image on a Lambo dealer website. It's a '12 V8V
 
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There are lots of people here that runs 20" wheels on V8V, just search around... Congrats on the new purchase
 
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I too have a 20" wheel question - local guy is selling a set of 5x114.3 wheels that are

Front: 20x9 with 35mm offset
Rear: 20x10.5 with 40mm offset

What size spacers would I need to make these work? Offsets for some reason I can never really understand how to calculate this properly
 
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lilseevs

here is a calculator http://www.1010tires.com/Tools/Wheel-Offset-Calculator

On my 07 V8V original wheels are 8.5" front with -50.4 offset & 9.5" rear with -62.5 offset. Check that yours are the same I know they got wider with different offsets around 2012 I think

based on that you would will have the wheel protruding around 21mm extra at the front which will put them around 10mm outside the line of the guard & 35mm extra at the rear which would put them about 12mm outside the line of your rear guard

dont think they are the right wheels for you

hope that helps

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Originally Posted by lilseevs View Post
I too have a 20" wheel question - local guy is selling a set of 5x114.3 wheels that are

Front: 20x9 with 35mm offset
Rear: 20x10.5 with 40mm offset

What size spacers would I need to make these work? Offsets for some reason I can never really understand how to calculate this properly
With those offsets wheels will be very close to fender edge or maybe sticking out of fender.
 
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