: advice on new aftermarket wheels



simgolfer
08-04-12, 08:39 PM
Looking for advice on what to buy to replace the stock wheels. The original Pilot Sports are about 2000-3000 miles from replacement and why not splurge and get some new rims. I bought Enkei wheels in the past for an Infiniti and they were good wheels but not sure they would be best for a CTS-V. I am sticking with 19 inches and don't plan to do much if any autocross with this car. Thanks.

neuronbob
08-05-12, 08:50 AM
I stuck with stock size myself when I purchased aftermarket wheels. The car is my daily driver and I didn't want anything too fancy as they were going to be beaten up by Cleveland roads.

There are many choices from many vendors, which is likely why you haven't gotten many responses. I ultimate went with SV1's SV5 wheels, which I purchased from Wheel Executives a couple of years ago. 3-piece, forged, light, and (to me) look good.

http://wheelexecutives.com/wheels/sv1-forged.htm

D3 also has a very large selection.

You have a lot of work to do in selecting wheels of your taste. It'll be fun, good luck!

turbol15
08-05-12, 07:55 PM
check out ADV.

thebigjimsho
08-05-12, 10:08 PM
Forgestar has sizes for the V. As does TSW. Rotary forged wheels that are inexpensive...