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Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by colindo1990, Sep 25, 2019.
BC Forged KL11 Monoblocks
Brushed Black Tint
22x9 25.5 lbs
22x10 26.6 lbs
That’s the same color I chose. I love BC Forged. I’m surprised more people don’t have them.
Sweet Wheels! What size tyres do you plan on fitting them to them?
I have a new set of Klassen forged wheels to put on my new S ( when it arrives)
The rears are 21" x 11" and I have put 295 Michelins on them - hope they will fit?
was just looking at these the other night but not in 22s.
Quick snapshot of wheels mounted
21x11 in what offset?
et30 21x11 would be ideal for 285/30/21
295/30/21 might rub
Sorry I just checked - I have -
KLASSEN CS15D: 21X9.0 5X120 +32
with 255/35 Michelins
KLASSEN CS15D: 21X10.5 5X120 +38
with 295/30 Michelins
255/35/21 fronts 28.1 inches tall, u might encounter a little rubbing U turns
rears not so sure, michelins runs a little wider than other brands
nice wheels !!!
Nice wheels! Have you noticed any adverse effect to your performance and/or range? I know typically larger wheels affect both, but looks like the weight savings on your wheels might counter that.
Just curious what your experience has been thus far...
Im running BC Forged 22 inch monoblock wheels which are
26.5 lbs rears
compared to stock 21 turbines
34.5 and 38lbs
handling and throttle response improved
wheels cost almost double than cast wheels
less rotational mass = less energy consumption, increased in range
BC Forged North America | Forged Aluminum Wheels
Is the Klassen wheels going on the model S or X?
If its for the X, then they should fit
No I am going to fit them to my new Model S when it arrives....
If the 295s wont fit rear I will put them on the front of my R35 GTR as I run that size on that.
Cool, hope 295 fits