keeping mine as I will probably need them for Snow tires in the future.Maybe is a silly question, how do you plan to keep the original wheels? Sell them where? LOL
Ideally, if can swap and pay the difference only in my local area would be great, but I don't know if there is one service or shop like that. I live in Fremont, Tesla headquarter
I had the exciting Bluetooth TPMS transferred over to the new wheels, not paying $75.00 a piece for them at Tesla, waiting for the aftermarket ones to come out. Full front Xpel PPF includes mirrors, for $1600.00 I have done work with them on my model 3 so they gave me a break. Normally around 1850.00I noticed in previous pictures your car is or was vinyl wrapped. How much did you pay for that if you don't mind.
You do know that the Gemini wheels have the aero hubcap, the wheels underneath look descent, you just need the $15. Lug nut cap and center cap kit from Amazon.I changed my order which had the Inductions. I think the Gemini wheels look good powder coated so I’m going that route which also saves money.
The performance Y has the 21" staggered wheels (rear wheels/tires are wider than front). I wouldn't venture into 22" wheels/tires only because the ride comfort will suffer greatly. Some have expressed harsh ride feel even with 20" setup.
The only thing you need to lookout for is just making sure the TPMS sensors are transferred from your current set to the new wheels. Or you can purchase a new set of TPMS from Tesla for $75 a piece and keep your current setup as a spare.
Just as a reference, I am running a set of flow forged 20" wheels with 255/40/20 Pirelli P-Zero tires which are spec'd the same as OEM 20" setup. The ride quality isn't bad but it could be better. I will probably go to a 265/40/20 setup to give me some more side wall and width on the next set for better comfort.