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Old 11-26-2018, 04:48 PM
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Default Enkei rpf1 set

Set of Enkei RPF1 in Formula Silver

Perfect sizing for Z33:
Front: 18x9.5 +15 Rear 18x10.5 +15





Almost brand new, less than 150 miles on a Z34 before removing to go wider.
NO blemishes, scratches, or curbing. (Smudges in pic are from the mount lubricant, I neglected to wipe 'em off before taking pic, oops.)

No center caps, no TPMS (use your original TPM sensors). I think I have a set of splined lug nuts somewhere but if not I'll work that out of the price.

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PM if interested. Send me your zip and I can give an accurate shipped price.

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Old 11-27-2018, 06:48 PM
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Bump for legit seller and some really clean wheels!
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Old 11-28-2018, 06:18 AM
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Legit wheels for sure....nothing spins up faster. Great price for a staggered set.
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If I ship in the next week, you'll have 'em in time for your Christmas Canyon Run!

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Just curious what was the widest tire you can fit on these on the rear?
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Originally Posted by SAMzG35 View Post
Just curious what was the widest tire you can fit on these on the rear?
We run 295/35 on the RPF1 18x10.5 +15 rear with Nismo S-Tune suspension and rolled rear fenders with no rubbing. Still room between the inside of the tire and suspension but not much room from the outside of the tire to the fender well. We are also running - 2.9 deg of camber on the rear.

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Originally Posted by SAMzG35 View Post
Just curious what was the widest tire you can fit on these on the rear?
Originally Posted by speedk1ng View Post
We run 295/35 on the RPF1 18x10.5 +15 rear with Nismo S-Tune suspension and rolled rear fenders with no rubbing. Still room between the inside of the tire and suspension but not much room from the outside of the tire to the fender well. We are also running - 2.9 deg of camber on the rear.
I would probably stop at 285 width but as speedk1ng said, 295 is doable on a modestly lowered/rolled car. I ran 285/35-19 on 10.5" wide +22 wheels and there's very little outboard clearance (fenders are rolled, modestly lowered -19mm, camber at outside of OE range, around 2.0 deg)...



Oddly, my 10.5" +23 with 285/35 "seem" to offer a bit more room but that's probably just tire deviation between brands (Kumho PS91 above, Toyo Proxes 1, below).


In any event, if you're not tracking the car, practical limitation is 275 or 285.... I already have trouble heating these up sufficiently on hill/canyon runs. Any more and the performance curve drops off UNLESS you're running them really hard, e.g. track use, and can get 'em up to temp.

Can only imagine how much tighter it'd be at +15 offset. If I were running these RPF1s, I'd go 275/40.
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I ran the nismo wheels at the track last month with 275/35, the performance was satisfactory but part of me wanting to go 295/30 or 285/35. This is what I've been researching for months now and still could not decide. I want as much tire grip in the rear and meaty fitment at the same time and would not want to ran too much camber with wider 295.

GLWS btw, these are nice gems especially for track warriors.
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Only price concession on this set of wheels...

$1100 firm.
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Old 12-04-2018, 11:41 AM
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Damn Mic! If I didn't already have a set of LMGT4s, I would be all over this (local pickup!). I'll get the word out to a local Z/G group in San Jose, I'm sure someone will pick these up before Christmas!
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Originally Posted by icer5160 View Post
Damn Mic! If I didn't already have a set of LMGT4s, I would be all over this (local pickup!). I'll get the word out to a local Z/G group in San Jose, I'm sure someone will pick these up before Christmas!
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Thanks, Icer! But here's the thing.... EVERYONE needs multiple sets of wheels, right? Change on a regular basis is good.

Or at least that's what I keep telling myself.





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Doesn't anyone's spouse need a fine set of RPF1s for Christmas? Don't delay or you might just end up at Kay's!

And psssh, who wants jewelry when you can have RPF1s!?
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Originally Posted by MicVelo View Post
Doesn't anyone's spouse need a fine set of RPF1s for Christmas? Don't delay or you might just end up at Kay's!

And psssh, who wants jewelry when you can have RPF1s!?
these RPFs are jewelry ... free bump
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How much would shipping be to 85260?
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How much would shipping be to 85260?
PM'd you.
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OK, had a buyer back out yesterday and I壇 gone way out of my way to accomodate him so now I知 ticked off that I値l offer this to everyone.... GRRRRR.....

Wheels are still $1100 but I will shop anywhere in ConUS for $150 and waive Paypal fees until Friday 12/14. If not sold and shipped by then, I値l just keep them.

So $1250 SHIPPED or $1100 Local pick up (San Jose, CA)

Check that pricing for may-as-well-call-them-new RPF1s on the usual sources.
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Originally Posted by MicVelo View Post
OK, had a buyer back out yesterday and I壇 gone way out of my way to accomodate him so now I知 ticked off that I値l offer this to everyone.... GRRRRR.....

Wheels are still $1100 but I will shop anywhere in ConUS for $150 and waive Paypal fees until Friday 12/14. If not sold and shipped by then, I値l just keep them.

So $1250 SHIPPED or $1100 Local pick up (San Jose, CA)

Check that pricing for may-as-well-call-them-new RPF1s on the usual sources.
Agreed. I paid $1250 for this exact same set 4 years ago, picked up in person. I've had 0 problems with these wheels, free bump!
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I'd be interested in the rears, if you want to break the set up. My Z runs 18x10.5 +15 square, but it's also an autocross-only car.
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Originally Posted by duckies View Post
I'd be interested in the rears, if you want to break the set up. My Z runs 18x10.5 +15 square, but it's also an autocross-only car.

Thanks, but sold as set-only.... else I'd end up with an even more difficult to sell pair of 9.5s. Appreciated though.

On that note: I'm only keeping this up for today. $1200 shipped CONUS. My loss or I'll sell my other 2019 wheels instead.


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Agreed. I paid $1250 for this exact same set 4 years ago, picked up in person. I've had 0 problems with these wheels, free bump!
Thanks, bud! Who'd have ever thought I couldn't sell prime RPF1s at below cost!!?? (They're listed in three places too!) WTF.... the "rise of the cheap wheels for cheap cars syndrome", I guess.

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