: What does the OEM wheels weigh? I'm thinking of ordering Forgeline wheels



DCV
03-10-13, 07:54 PM
I think lightweight wheels may be my first mod if it's a noticeable weight reduction over the stock wheels. If I can lose 5 to 7 pounds per wheel I think it's worth it, as I lose unstrung rotating mass and I can get a bit wider perhaps, keeping the 19 inch size. I dont want ghetto bling wheels either. I like the GA3 wheels in matt black or nickel finish.

thebigjimsho
03-10-13, 11:55 PM
Doubt you'll save much. Stock wheels are in the mid 20s. They're forged...

wait4me
03-11-13, 12:43 PM
I posted weight of just about everything in the car on the forum, It should show up with the search button.

Chrispy
03-11-13, 03:40 PM
Stock wheels are already very light. You could save weight with 18's though.

Low_ET
03-11-13, 10:19 PM
I think lightweight wheels may be my first mod if it's a noticeable weight reduction over the stock wheels. If I can lose 5 to 7 pounds per wheel I think it's worth it, as I lose unstrung rotating mass and I can get a bit wider perhaps, keeping the 19 inch size. I dont want ghetto bling wheels either. I like the GA3 wheels in matt black or nickel finish.

Stock Front Wheel (19x9.0) and Tire....50 lbs - 4 oz
Stock Rear Wheel 19x9.5) and Tire......54 lbs - 14 oz

For reference, my 18x9.5 TSW Nurburgring wheels and tires are 51.0 lbs.

Darnell
03-11-13, 11:18 PM
My buddy here in Memphis has these 19 inch Forgelines for sale and they are a sedan fitment.

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TheDarkKnight
03-11-13, 11:46 PM
How much Darnell?

Darnell
03-12-13, 02:23 AM
He was asking 2600 OBO. He might be willing to make deal. What color is your car?