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MRR Design

Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by digitaltim, Dec 3, 2013.

  1. digitaltim

    digitaltim Sig737 VIN628

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    I saw these rims on a Lexus in my garage this week and thought they looked kinda special:

    HR3 Wheel - MRR Design

    I have done NO investigation about getting them to do something that would fit the Tesla.

    Opinions?
     
  2. mnx

    mnx 2013 P85

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    Everyone has different tastes, but IMO eww.

    Might be pretty aerodynamic though since it is mostly a flat surface.
     
  3. Luder94

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    I used to have a set of HM2 on my GS430. I didn't like them, they were HEAVY, bent easily, gashed easily, and the finish on the chrome was bad that after one year of having the wheels, the plating started bubbling up.

    I take care of my cars and don't drive harshly....they were a once and done set of wheels for me. I won't be buying MRR's again.

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    I switched to a Japanese wheel about a year later:

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