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Which mono block forged wheel size, color and style would you like?


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I have a model 3 performance sleeper, i didn't get the 20inch rims or the upgraded brakes...

I like the titan 7 ts-5 wheel. I want to get them in Black, 19s, but on there site it says it's for the performance model 3, so im assuming it's designed with the bigger brakes in mind. Does anyone know if they would work on model 3s that came with regular 18inch aeros?
They work.. all Titan7's fit the RWD, AWD and Performance Model 3's in both 18 and 19 inch fitment...
 
Okay so do you think that wheels are worth buying? Are there any other rims you recommend? Also do rims usually get discounted on Black Friday?

Suggest looking into VS Forged wheels as well as they offer more variety of styles. Last BF sale was $300 if I remember correctly off any set of VS Forged wheels from www.getyourwheels.com
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Okay so do you think that wheels are worth buying? Are there any other rims you recommend? Also do rims usually get discounted on Black Friday?

I would think so as the poll was started by @Xenoilphobe. I personally appreciate on the research posted by @Xenoilphobe. I was in no way buying super expensive rims. Wanted forged, but wasn't in for the BBS world of rims. I drive dirt roads, and love to give a little fish tail. No tracking here, except to take a picture of a moose.

Side note. My right front suspension was hit hard enough to blow it out and tire by a transporter. Without too much explanation. Rim was fine and inspected by a third party while new cert were provided for tire replaced. Had them since March, and love them.

Discounts? I think good value now.
 
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Sorry for the cross post, but this probably belongs here more than the other thread where I posted it.

II'm looking for a set of Titan7 T-S5 for my P3D in 18" for winter (and, maybe if I like them enough, all year round).

The Titan7 site doesn't list bronze as a color option for the 18" size, but plenty of online sites offer it (evasive, for example).

What's going on? Are the 18s actually available in bronze? And, if they do exist, does anyone happen to have a photo of how they look on a non-lowered, P3D in blue?

Thanks.
 
Sorry for the cross post, but this probably belongs here more than the other thread where I posted it.

II'm looking for a set of Titan7 T-S5 for my P3D in 18" for winter (and, maybe if I like them enough, all year round).

The Titan7 site doesn't list bronze as a color option for the 18" size, but plenty of online sites offer it (evasive, for example).

What's going on? Are the 18s actually available in bronze? And, if they do exist, does anyone happen to have a photo of how they look on a non-lowered, P3D in blue?

Thanks.
I know they make them, best thing to do is call Mike Chang at Evasive and he can help you. I know I have seen them on a blue Model 3 on this site, so I will look around it find the picture... BTW this is one of my favorite color combos, when we started the group buy along time ago, we pushed Titan for this color option and they pulled through for the group buy here is the link. I found them in stock in 19's on the main Titan 7 site -
T-S5 Forged Split 5 Spoke Wheel

Group Buy Poll for Mono-Block Forged Alloy Wheels by Titan 7

@jaboki has them on his car
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@Guest has them too for his winter set
Group Buy Poll for Mono-Block Forged Alloy Wheels by Titan 7
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@iewsemaj instagram not TMC (note he lowered his with MPP coilovers - see below)

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I know they make them, best thing to do is call Mike Chang at Evasive and he can help you. BTW this is one of my favorite color combos

It seems they don't make them in 18", which is a shame, since this color combo really is my favorite... I'd rather not go to 19 just to get the right color, since, ultimately, what I'm trying to do is add sidewall.

Any other suggestions for bronze 18s that fit the performance brakes/are made for the lip?

I'm only aware of FAST FC04 as an alternative (but they only have 8 or 9, not 8.5 - I'd go for the 9s)
 
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It seems they don't make them in 18", which is a shame, since this color combo really is my favorite... I'd rather not go to 19 just to get the right color, since, ultimately, what I'm trying to do is add sidewall.

Any other suggestions for bronze 18s that fit the performance brakes/are made for the lip?

I'm only aware of FAST FC04 as an alternative (but they only have 8 or 9, not 8.5 - I'd go for the 9s)


My Signature SV107 and SV302S wheels and VS Forged are made to measure for my P3D. You can choose any size, offset and color. My SV107 wheels are brush bronze tinted with diamond cut face and my SV302S brush bronze face with triple black tinted barrel and lip with black hardware. Also some pics of my VS Forged VS3 wheels in gloss black and polished face.

5 week production time for Sig wheels and 6 weeks for the VS. The Sig wheels cost a bit more than Titans, but message Jamie from Signature wheels who is a vendor on TMC and ask for promo pricing and you will be surprised at what the MSRP vs promo pricing will be which includes TPMS sensors. I’m trying hard not to order another set from Sig as they just released their Royal Series SV801 wheels and they look nice.
 

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My Signature SV107 and SV302S wheels and VS Forged are made to measure for my P3D. You can choose any size, offset and color. My SV107 wheels are brush bronze tinted with diamond cut face and my SV302S brush bronze face with triple black tinted barrel and lip with black hardware. Also some pics of my VS Forged VS3 wheels in gloss black and polished face.

5 week production time for Sig wheels and 6 weeks for the VS. The Sig wheels cost a bit more than Titans, but message Jamie from Signature wheels who is a vendor on TMC and ask for promo pricing and you will be surprised at what the MSRP vs promo pricing will be which includes TPMS sensors. I’m trying hard not to order another set from Sig as they just released their Royal Series SV801 wheels and they look nice.
Yeah, those SV801s are looking quite tempting!
 
Yeah, those SV801s are looking quite tempting!

I’m waiting for specs for the SV801 from Jamie at Signature wheel. The SV801 will be comparable to the SV104 and Track Series weights and $500 more for each size compared to the Monoblock series. Gotta clear out some Model X and S wheels/tires before ordering a set of 19” for the 3.
 
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