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Old 11-12-2017, 09:54 PM
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F56/F55 Wheels

Let's see what you've got on your Gen3...OEM or custom!

Contemplating these for springtime...https://www.discounttiredirect.com/b...g-dr-9/p/13858
 
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NM RSe05 17X7.5
16 pound wheel
 
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OEM "Roulette Wheels". Got them from Allmag Auto in Florida. My car came with the JCW exterior package and the wheels are nice and all... But something about the roulette wheels just calls out to me. They're heavy but so pretty!

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Old 12-23-2017, 08:49 AM
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Originally Posted by vetsvette View Post
NM RSe05 17X7.5
16 pound wheel
Saw these wheels in Matte Black at new.minimania and wanted
to know if I can re-use the JCW caps that came with my 'standard'
OEM JCW wheels on my 2018 JCW Convertible?
 
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Old 12-24-2017, 04:26 AM
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Saw these wheels in Matte Black at new.minimania and wanted
to know if I can re-use the JCW caps that came with my 'standard'
OEM JCW wheels on my 2018 JCW Convertible?
I went with these same wheels on my F56 JCW - they mount right up with no hub rings and the OEM center caps transfer over easily. The black is a nice complement to the wheels arches as well.
 
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Old 12-24-2017, 07:22 AM
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Thanks for the info.

Was able to come across the Neuspeed install instructions:
http://www.neuspeed.com/media/attach..._UserGuide.pdf

They mention having to get dealership to reset the TPMS
software, also stating that wheel install needs to avoid using
impact wrench or air gun with the Lug Torque to be 125 N-m
(90 Lbs-Ft) and the lug bolt tightening order spec to be
1 - @ 12 O'Clock
2 - @ 5 O'Clock
3 - @ 9 O'Clock
4 - @ 3 O'Clock
5 - @ 7 O.Clock

The Neuspeed RSE05's come in two 17" wheel variants. The custom
fit variant for our JCW cars is Spec 17 X 7.5, Offset +40, Center
Bore 66.5 mm, whereas for VW and Audi they measure 17 X 8,
Offset +45, and Center Bore 57.1. We would need to use spacers
with this variant. The pricing I found that was the lowest for 4 wheels
in the JCW variation is at ECS Tuning. $957.42 plus Shipping of $125.
Mini Mania was the other listing for the JCW version but they totaled
$1,119.80 plus $200 Shipping. Guess which ones I decided on ordering?
 

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NM RSe05 17X7.5
16 pound wheel
that 7,2 Kilos that not bad

- What is the offset ?
- are they forged ?,
- how many kgs are they in 16x7,5 ?


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Forged 16x7,5 finish natural

 
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Correction: 17 pound wheel
ET40
They are only available in 17 and 18"
 
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Finally got new wheels/tires

After months of thinking about it and waiting for winter to be over (still waiting...), I finally got these installed yesterday.

17" OZ Supertourismo LM
205/45/17 Bridgestone g-force Comp 2 A/S (I got too impatient for summer tires, still cold in CLE)

The installer noted that they were rubbing the front struts. After calling Tirerack, they said they were a guarantee fit so had the installer contact them. They advised putting the rims on, and lowering the car to the ground to get weight on the suspension. There's now a 2mm gap between tire and front strut. So gonna drive a bit on them and head back to the shop to make sure everything's still good.

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Originally Posted by ridgemanron View Post
Thanks for the info.

Was able to come across the Neuspeed install instructions:
http://www.neuspeed.com/media/attach..._UserGuide.pdf

They mention having to get dealership to reset the TPMS
software, also stating that wheel install needs to avoid using
impact wrench or air gun with the Lug Torque to be 125 N-m
(90 Lbs-Ft)
and the lug bolt tightening order spec to be
1 - @ 12 O'Clock
2 - @ 5 O'Clock
3 - @ 9 O'Clock
4 - @ 3 O'Clock
5 - @ 7 O.Clock

The Neuspeed RSE05's come in two 17" wheel variants. The custom
fit variant for our JCW cars is Spec 17 X 7.5, Offset +40, Center
Bore 66.5 mm, whereas for VW and Audi they measure 17 X 8,
Offset +45, and Center Bore 57.1. We would need to use spacers
with this variant. The pricing I found that was the lowest for 4 wheels
in the JCW variation is at ECS Tuning. $957.42 plus Shipping of $125.
Mini Mania was the other listing for the JCW version but they totaled
$1,119.80 plus $200 Shipping. Guess which ones I decided on ordering?
Just noticed this post and the instructions for torque on these wheels. That 90 ft lbs is not for a 3rd generation MINI. I used 101 as per the owners manual. I'm pretty sure you use manufacturers specs and not wheel mfg numbers which were more likely from prior gens.

If you followed this you might want to break out the wrench and tighten it up a bit.
 
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Vetsvette, these are awesome wheels. They are light and look fantastic. Also one of my the very few that will clear JCW calipers. With 215-45/17 handles like in rails
 
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Did somebody know what brand are this rims
 
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