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Old 01-01-2012, 10:41 PM   #41
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those are sick! look a bit like my raceline renegades
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Old 01-01-2012, 10:50 PM   #42
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awesome! love the low profile center caps and the subtle organic shapes around the lugs.

what sizes and off sets will you be offering them in?

also how will they be made ie, gravity cast, forged, low pressure cast?

they look similar to what i have now the procomp 7028 minus the bolts of course.

also i'm all about the black wheels so flat black sounds like you have a winner on your hands good job
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Old 01-02-2012, 05:00 PM   #43
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awesome! love the low profile center caps and the subtle organic shapes around the lugs.

what sizes and off sets will you be offering them in?

also how will they be made ie, gravity cast, forged, low pressure cast?

they look similar to what i have now the procomp 7028 minus the bolts of course.

also i'm all about the black wheels so flat black sounds like you have a winner on your hands good job
The STEALTH-6 will be 17x8.5 with -10mm offset and the F-5 will be 16x8 with 0 offset. Other options will be available in the future, but these are the 2 sizes that will be offered first.

The F-5 will be manufactured using a process called tilt die-casting. As of right now, the method for the STEALTH-6 has not been decided yet. However, it will be either tilt die-casting or low pressure fed casting.
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Old 01-02-2012, 05:04 PM   #44
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I would buy ANYTHING with that finish on it.
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Just a quick question Vin, what is the coating that you are putting on those rims?
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Just a quick question Vin, what is the coating that you are putting on those rims?
X2, they look sweet, like lambo rims almost
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Old 01-02-2012, 05:10 PM   #47
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dang id buy a set. how deep is the lip on the 17s?
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Old 01-02-2012, 05:13 PM   #48
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Just a quick question Vin, what is the coating that you are putting on those rims?
The samples I've received so far are all painted finishes. However, the final decision hasn't been made yet as I'm still working out all the details. I won't sell any products, unless I would buy it myself and I'm pretty picky when it comes to fit, finish, and overall quality.
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Old 01-08-2012, 10:22 AM   #49
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Wow, love the design, love the matte/flat finish, love the weight range and pricing looks good. Hopefully center cap is solid and has solid fixation. I'll be ready for a set in 1 year approx.
16x8 FTW, except I'm in love with stance from my DC2s, so I'll insist on some offset. Iirc DC2s are -12mm?.?.?.?.? Stock stance may be deal breaker and spacers not an option.
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i love the center caps and low pressure casting is good man.

i'm waiting for these to come to market they really do look nice man. good luck on getting things figured out with these i think your going to have a winner on your hands.

if i where you i would start a poll to see what the most popular choices for off set and back spacing are going to be.

lol i know absolutely nothing about wheels except i like just a little tire to stick out not like half the tread lol just enough for a nice look my wheels now seem to fit that so i wuld love to keep that same back space.

i think mine are 4.75 maybe
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dang id buy a set. how deep is the lip on the 17s?
The STEALTH-6 17" wheels will have a 2.25" lip.

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Wow, love the design, love the matte/flat finish, love the weight range and pricing looks good. Hopefully center cap is solid and has solid fixation. I'll be ready for a set in 1 year approx.
16x8 FTW, except I'm in love with stance from my DC2s, so I'll insist on some offset. Iirc DC2s are -12mm?.?.?.?.? Stock stance may be deal breaker and spacers not an option.
The F-5 will be 16x8, but I haven't released any pics of them yet, soon. This one should be a hit too, I hope. The STEALTH-6 will have a nice aggressive offset. It will stick out just enough to not look overdone. They're inline with most of the 17x9 wheels out there in the market as far as offset goes. The key with going with a 8.5" width is that guys can use a large range of approved tire sizes.

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i love the center caps and low pressure casting is good man.

i'm waiting for these to come to market they really do look nice man. good luck on getting things figured out with these i think your going to have a winner on your hands.

if i where you i would start a poll to see what the most popular choices for off set and back spacing are going to be.

lol i know absolutely nothing about wheels except i like just a little tire to stick out not like half the tread lol just enough for a nice look my wheels now seem to fit that so i wuld love to keep that same back space.

i think mine are 4.75 maybe
Thanks. I already have some samples of the F-5 which I will show soon and some updated 3D modeling of the STEALTH-6 will be shown soon as well. It's a more up-to-date of the actual wheel design. It's all coming along nicely. Slow, but I have to make sure everything is done right.

MORE PICS COMING SOON.
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I like em! I'd buy a set!
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that style would look sick AF with them Gloss Black, hey if you hook me up with a set ill powder coat anything on them you want for free. that's a $400 trade in my town.
im sure they cost less then that to make.

no joke, pm me if your thinking about it. and im a perfectionist.
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