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Vendor Titan7 T-LD1 20" Forged Wheels for Tesla Model 3 - in stock & ready to ship

Discussion in 'Model 3' started by EVStuning, Nov 20, 2019.

  1. EVStuning

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    #1 EVStuning, Nov 20, 2019
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    A great option for those efficient-minded people looking for something better looking than the aero covers.
     
  3. jkoya

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    Nice !!
     
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    That model 3 backed into the tesla parking only sign!
     
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    Oh snap haha that's great, but this is at the Buttonwillow supercharger which is known to have some....rural....people nearby who often park near/at the charger in their trucks n such, so may have already been there.

    @EVStuning Since you're at Buttonwillow with those nearby long flat stretches of road, any data on efficiency changes?
     
  6. EVStuning

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    we can't say much in terms of aero dynamics or efficiency

    its ultimately more from lowered un-sprung rotational mass as these wheels are still lighter than the factory 20" options but tire width and track can offset efficiency as well so it all really depends.
     
  7. outdoors

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    Really would have had me on 18s. Really like what I saw in prototype. Back country roads and highways. Sorry the 20s don't work in my neck of the woods.

    Sticking with my other Titan 7 18s.
     
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  8. jkoya

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    Have you noticed any change in efficiency with the Titan7s ? I just purchased a set of 18" Titan7 T-S5 wheels and I was just curious if you saw any differences. Plan to purchase Michelin CrossClimate+ tires and I'm hoping I'll stay close to same efficiency as the stock 20" wheels with the Pilot4S tires. Thanks ..
     
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    Are these spinners? Looks like the dark gray part is separate from the lighter silver rim underneath
     
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    Aww darn, you will find that us Tesla folks are pretty obsessive over efficiency numbers so if you happen to get some data on that i bet it will be a big selling point :D
     
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    I can't say my experience will be anything close to what yours would be. Running stock tires. Also mine are 18's +39 which I think only 5-10 sets were made of. Now are +35 I think. I was getting better than rated in all situations. Less better as speeds would rise. Sorry I can't help you on the tires, or the size.

    I was looking more for a hardcore wheel that was light, strong, and easy to clean mud out of.
     
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    Thanks - appreciate your response !!
     
  13. Lucky13

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    Any body actually have some more photos of these? Kind of interested but not sure I love them...
     
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    Crickets ...
     
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  15. EVStuning

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    sorry, we're not in the office on weekends.
    i have some pictures from a photoshoot. i don't know if that's what you were looking for. i'll post them to the original post.
     
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    Thank you. Do you have these in stock, if not what's lead time?
     
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    Also any hard data on efficiency loss(or gains) with same tires from OEM 20s to T-LD1? What size tires is the black running? Sorry for all the questions.
     
  18. EVStuning

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    yes good in stock.
    tire sizes were 245/35 and 275/30
    no data
     
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  19. G4Z808

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    What is the load rating on these ?
     
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    Any chance of a square set?
     

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