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Vendor Official Signature Wheel Gallery | Fitment Q&A Thread

SD_Engnr

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Overdue photos of my SV501's I took this afternoon.Thanks to @SignatureSales and @MountainPass for making excellent products. I think I finally have my car how I want it, looking almost as good as it performs both on the street and the track! I'm not aware of another car that makes it so easy to swap between the two.

Note: Due to the semi-slick 60-treadwear tires, this setup will primarily be reserved for track use for now.

-SV501
-Matte Gunmetal
-19x9.5" ET35 (19.4lbs each)
-Anti-Slip Knurling
-Pirelli P-Zero Trofeo R (265/35/19 -- 24.2lbs each)

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Looks great!
 
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MountainPass

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Overdue photos of my SV501's I took this afternoon.Thanks to @SignatureSales and @MountainPass for making excellent products. I think I finally have my car how I want it, looking almost as good as it performs both on the street and the track! I'm not aware of another car that makes it so easy to swap between the two.

Note: Due to the semi-slick 60-treadwear tires, this setup will primarily be reserved for track use for now.

-SV501
-Matte Gunmetal
-19x9.5" ET35 (19.4lbs each)
-Anti-Slip Knurling
-Pirelli P-Zero Trofeo R (265/35/19 -- 24.2lbs each)

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Oh my goodness! Would you be able to email us some high-resolution photos?
 
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SignatureSales

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Staggered offset track/ daily setup

-Track Series SV502
-19x9.5
-19x9.5
-Triple Black Tinted
-Anti-Slip Knurling

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Getting rid of all my cast and flow forged wheels for fully forged wheels, so I got a set of SV801 in rose gold 19x9.5 + 30F and +23R with 265/35/19 Michelin Pilot Alpin PA4 for winter setup. The rose gold looks awesome and I love the copper look in dim lighting and pinkish tone in brighter lighting.

Dialed up my MPP comfort coilovers to about 25mm from 15mm on the perches and got my new MPP UCA and rotors installed. Has a couple of mm of poke for the aggressive look from the extra 4mm of thickness from the MPP rotors. I applied two layers of Kamikaze Stance Rim Coat so it should product the finish from the elements.

Thanks to Jamie from Signature Wheels for my 3rd set of wheels. I ordered this set on Sept 28th and got the wheels custom made in 3 weeks and at my door a week later. Looking forward to my next set in 21” for my P3D in the spring. Hopefully, Signature has additional styles in the Royal Series or I’ll get the SV304S in 21”.
 

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Some different looks with Sig wheels and a few more pics of the SV801’s. The SV801 weighed in at 20.2 lbs and the tires are 25 lbs.
 

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SotaP3D

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Getting rid of all my cast and flow forged wheels for fully forged wheels, so I got a set of SV801 in rose gold 19x9.5 + 30F and +23R with 265/35/19 Michelin Pilot Alpin PA4 for winter setup. The rose gold looks awesome and I love the copper look in dim lighting and pinkish tone in brighter lighting.

Dialed up my MPP comfort coilovers to about 25mm from 15mm on the perches and got my new MPP UCA and rotors installed. Has a couple of mm of poke for the aggressive look from the extra 4mm of thickness from the MPP rotors. I applied two layers of Kamikaze Stance Rim Coat so it should product the finish from the elements.

Thanks to Jamie from Signature Wheels for my 3rd set of wheels. I ordered this set on Sept 28th and got the wheels custom made in 3 weeks and at my door a week later. Looking forward to my next set in 21” for my P3D in the spring. Hopefully, Signature has additional styles in the Royal Series or I’ll get the SV304S in 21”.

Great looking setup. I'm thinking of going with the same setup in different color. Can you comment on what I could expect for efficiency with this setup? I know there are a lot of factors so just a general idea would be great. Significant weight reduction compared to OE but much wider tires...this setup is for daily (about 100mi/day) so I don't really want to be going backwards on efficiency, especially with cold weather starting here in PNW. Love the look tho.
 
Great looking setup. I'm thinking of going with the same setup in different color. Can you comment on what I could expect for efficiency with this setup? I know there are a lot of factors so just a general idea would be great. Significant weight reduction compared to OE but much wider tires...this setup is for daily (about 100mi/day) so I don't really want to be going backwards on efficiency, especially with cold weather starting here in PNW. Love the look tho.

Wheels are around 20.2 lbs on a bathroom scale and MP Alpin PA4 weigh in at 25 lbs each in 265/35/19. My stats from Teslafi in only 3 days of driving is 329 Wh/mile which is about the same as my 20” SV107 setup with Yokohama Advan V105 summer tires. I don’t try to hypermile and drive my Performance 3 normally with a bit a fun stepping on the accelerator. I do about 60:40 freeway and city driving.

The SV801 is absolutely the best looking monoblock wheel in the Signature lineup and I’m glad I pulled the trigger on the SV801 instead of another wheel. Message Jamie from Signature and he can give you a good deal and proper offsets for your 3.
 

SotaP3D

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Wheels are around 20.2 lbs on a bathroom scale and MP Alpin PA4 weigh in at 25 lbs each in 265/35/19. My stats from Teslafi in only 3 days of driving is 329 Wh/mile which is about the same as my 20” SV107 setup with Yokohama Advan V105 summer tires. I don’t try to hypermile and drive my Performance 3 normally with a bit a fun stepping on the accelerator. I do about 60:40 freeway and city driving.

The SV801 is absolutely the best looking monoblock wheel in the Signature lineup and I’m glad I pulled the trigger on the SV801 instead of another wheel. Message Jamie from Signature and he can give you a good deal and proper offsets for your 3.

Exactly the information I was looking for. Thank you!
I've been in contact with Jaime and I'm going to pull the trigger on these any day now...
 
-SV501
-Matte Gunmetal
-19x9.5" ET35 (19.4lbs each)
-Anti-Slip Knurling
-Pirelli P-Zero Trofeo R (265/35/19 -- 24.2lbs each)

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Lovely! BTW, I (civilian) used to AutoX at Whitehouse Airfield around 2004-2005 with lots of guys wearing 'Fly Navy' badges on their cars. We always made sure to do a FOD walk afterwards :) I like all kinds of military aircraft, but the ones used by the US Navy are most fascinating to me. Anyway, thank you for your service!

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Because I only plan to AutoX mine for the forseeable future, I'm interested in the ideal wheel/tire fitment that complies with either SCCA Solo2 BS or STU classes. I feel like Model 3 Wheel/Tire/Suspension threads need their own section :)

I will be perfectly happy with the car next year going to 265mm tires after the initial results I got during the last event, considering I'll be going from 600AA to 200AA tires, lol.

Also thank you to Signature Wheels for this thread. Lots of good info. in here about what fits.
 
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Why are you selling the vs Forged vs03? Im considering buying those rims for my P3D-. Did you have a negative experience with VS?

Selling my VS03 because I have too many sets of wheels now and I like my custom Signature wheels better in the quality of the finish. VS forged wheels are nice, but I found some flaws such as runs in the paint and clearcoat not being perfect (thick and thin areas) versus Signature wheels having zero defects.

The Signature rep, Jamie, is easy to communicate with and he can give you an awesome price below MSRP that is surprisingly close in price to other forged wheels. I’ll send you a PM with the pricing he has given me and you can compare it to VS forged.
 
Selling my VS03 because I have too many sets of wheels now and I like my custom Signature wheels better in the quality of the finish. VS forged wheels are nice, but I found some flaws such as runs in the paint and clearcoat not being perfect (thick and thin areas) versus Signature wheels having zero defects.

The Signature rep, Jamie, is easy to communicate with and he can give you an awesome price below MSRP that is surprisingly close in price to other forged wheels. I’ll send you a PM with the pricing he has given me and you can compare it to VS forged.
Can you PM me on pricing as well. thanks
 
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SignatureSales

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Jan 25, 2019
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Sweet - these are my wheels. The whole process is super fast, these are coming to me a couple weeks earlier than expected!

Thank you so much for your support, look forward to see the wheel mounted on your car.


Lovely! BTW, I (civilian) used to AutoX at Whitehouse Airfield around 2004-2005 with lots of guys wearing 'Fly Navy' badges on their cars. We always made sure to do a FOD walk afterwards :) I like all kinds of military aircraft, but the ones used by the US Navy are most fascinating to me. Anyway, thank you for your service!

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Because I only plan to AutoX mine for the forseeable future, I'm interested in the ideal wheel/tire fitment that complies with either SCCA Solo2 BS or STU classes. I feel like Model 3 Wheel/Tire/Suspension threads need their own section :)

I will be perfectly happy with the car next year going to 265mm tires after the initial results I got during the last event, considering I'll be going from 600AA to 200AA tires, lol.

Also thank you to Signature Wheels for this thread. Lots of good info. in here about what fits.

It's my pleasure to provide the correct fitment base on each individual's goal and I totally agree with you, Model 3 Wheel/Tire/Suspension section is needed in this forum.

Let me know if I can help you on your next setup.
 

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