First I would like to thank @Xenoilphobe for setting up the group buy for Model 3 owners. This thread will be to get a group buy going for Model S/X owners and to gauge interest in wheel style and size. there are two wheel choices available, 3 colors(Machine Black, Satin Titanium, Bronze) T-R10 T-S5 additional information about these wheels can be found on their website, Titan 7 Forged Wheels - Forged For All and there is also good information in the thread Xenoilphobe started for Model 3, Group Buy Poll for Mono-Block Forged Alloy Wheels by Titan Model S Stock Wheel Specs are as follows: 19x8 +40 (all 19's) ~30lbs 21x8.5 +40 (all 21's) ~35lbs 21x9 +40 (rear size if you are staggered) ~38lbs 21x9 +40 Arachnid 28.75lbs T-R10/T-S5 weight: 19x9 20lbs = ~$650 each 20x9 21.4lbs 21x9 23.2 lbs = $880 each 21x10 24.5 lbs = $900 each Model X: Stock Wheel Specs are as follows: 20x9 ~32lbs 20x10 ~33.2lbs 22x9 ~37.6lbs 22x10 ~40.4lbs T-R10/T-S5 weight: 20's = ~mid 25lbs 22x9 = ~28.5lbs 22x10 = ~30lbs We will need 5 sets of square or 10 sets of staggered for that option to go into production. keep this in mind when choosing if there are additional sizes you would like added to the poll, comment below. feel free to ask any questions you have and i will try my best to answer

Would the wheel face be the same for all sizes? I know Volk has had more concave faces for some of their more aggressive sizes. Any chance that’s an option here?

For those wondering how much more these will poke out.... If you're coming from the stock 19s: 19x8 +40 => 21x9 +30 Poke out more by 22.7mm 19x8 +40 => 21x10 +30 Poke out more by 35.4mm If you're coming from the stock 21s (non-staggered) 21x8.5 +40 => 21x9 +30 Poke out more by 16.4mm 21x8.5 +40 => 12x10 +30 Poke out more by 29.1mm If you're coming from the stock 21s (staggered) 21x8.5 +40 => 21x9 + 30 Poke out more by 16.4mm 21x9 +40 => 12x10 +30 Poke out more by 22.7mm Got these from willtheyfit.com

i asked and they replied with the following, "Please note that when we make wheels - it’s car specific - it’s not like other mfg where things are combined for multiple fitments. That means the wheel will be as concave and good looking as possible while being hubcentric / clearing brakes / suspension etc thanks "

spread the word! haha but interest looks healthy, slowly growing per day surprised there isnt much questions or anything though but maybe because everything got answered already in the model 3 thread

just got the weight for the following, 21x9 = 23.2 lbs 21x10 = 24.5 lbs comparing to stock 21x9 = ~38lbs, ~15lbs lighter. quite a difference!

let me ask, from what i see for model 3. its $2450 for 19x9.5 so its going to be above that for sure.

they are made specific to car when i spoke to them, they did mention it will be load rated to model s, so i assume the same for X, but have not gotten a lot of interest from X owners as of yet.

I'm interested if they can make one for the X that's load rated. I'm guessing pricing will be determined once we figure out how many are interested?

do you know exactly what you want in terms of width and offset? you can pm me if you need further explanation.

Can you ask them for the specific load rating? I love the S5s but there's a couple of issues for a MX owner. 1) These aren't the right fitment for us. We use a staggered setup for our 20" and 22" wheels. 20x8.0 front / 20x9.5 rear at a +35mm offset. The 22's are a 22x9.0 and 22x10 with a +35mm offset. 2) Load ratings on the MS and MX are different. The heaviest MX's weigh almost a thousand pounds more than the lightest MS. The 21" arachnid wheels for example are load rated to 750kg compared to the MX wheels are 900kg IIRC - that's equivelant to a 1300lb rating difference; which is huge considering some of us tow 5000lbs. But heck if they can do a 20x9/9.5 or a 22x9/10 with a 875kg+ load rating, I'm sure the MX folks will jump on board.

1. yes these are Model S specs, i did mention in my post to comment below if further specs were needed. 2. here is the official reply from Titan7, "We can go about it two ways - Make a wheel that will work for either X and S with a load rating for both cars. The wheel will be heavier. Make wheels individually rated for each which means the S wheel will be lighter than the X. We can do both. " im thinking option 2 is more likely, since Model S owners will want 19/21 and X owners will want 20/22

I tend to agree. And being an S and an X owner, I’d want the lightest possible for both. If the 21’s come out to be heavier arachnids, it would kind of defeat the purpose.