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Old 11-03-2013, 07:45 AM
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Looks like sh*t, just like the "Angel Halo" headlights you want to get for your ZR.

Buy another car to modify, don't ruin a Z.
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NOTE

From now on, any future wheel ID requests should be made in this thread

Any future requests made outside of this thread will be merged within this thread
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Old 11-03-2013, 02:31 PM
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Originally Posted by TreefiddyHR View Post
found some rims with tires i'm buying this weekend. the center caps SAY sport tuning, but when i try to google them i can't find them. he claims they are 19x11 and 19x9 sport tuning lightweight rims. can anyone identify these?
Those are some random replica of the PIAA Super Razzo's

Here the authentic versions someone was selling awhile back:

https://my350z.com/forum/socal-marke...10-0-25-a.html

I would honestly pass on them because they are of questionable quality
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Hi! I am a new "Z" owner of a 2004 Enthusiast. One of the first things I want to do is get a new set of wheels and tires. Can someone identify these wheels?

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Old 11-11-2013, 10:06 PM
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Originally Posted by danbug04 View Post
Hi! I am a new "Z" owner of a 2004 Enthusiast. One of the first things I want to do is get a new set of wheels and tires. Can someone identify these wheels?

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Those look like EXE wheels. They are heavy, cast and poor quality

I would instead look at a set of Enkei Raijins

http://www.enkei.com/raijin.shtml
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Hey so I just recently purchased a 350z and I've been looking at rims and ran into this video on YouTube and I fell in love with these rims, does anyone know what kind of rims they are? Please help me! Thanks!


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Those are Fugly RE-35 MkII's. Hard to find.
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That "mesh" style of wheel is made by many different wheel brands. Chances are you can find a brand that makes that wheel in your budget.
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Enkei, VMR, and a few others make rims that are similar to that style.
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Im sure those Rent A Wheel stores sell them.
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Thanks for the help everyone but I can't seem to find them :/
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Simple google search of the red "Ti" from the center cap would've given you the answer. That and those are as cheap as wheels get, quality and price.
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Originally Posted by mr. sparco View Post


Simple google search of the red "Ti" from the center cap would've given you the answer. That and those are as cheap as wheels get, quality and price.
Thanks! this helped actually it was so simple I didn't think of the idea lol, their official website seems to be down, they might be out of business? I can't seem to find these rims anywhere for sale.
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Looks like Varrstoens but I did not see any on the website for a gunmetal finish? Any ideas? 18's/19's??

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Yep look like Varrstoen Volk CE28 replica's
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18x10+18 Work XD9s.
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^I take that back, spokes are too fat and CE28's have 10 spokes, XD-9's have 9 so they are XD9's
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Look kinda like Advan AVS Model F7's, but the color and markings are off. Any one have any idea on these?

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