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Vorsteiner VFF-103 aftermarket 20" wheels

Discussion in 'Model 3' started by hdAge, Aug 10, 2018.

  1. hdAge

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    #1 hdAge, Aug 10, 2018
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    Just ordered these wheels for my upcoming P3D with a staggered setup 20x9 and 20x10.5. They are not available yet but Vorsteiner has just started making them with an availability by Sept/Oct timeframe.

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    There is a photoshoot of these on M3 here
    www.vividracing.com/blog/announcing-new-products-specials-and-info/tesla-model-3-with-vorsteiner-v-ff-103-wheels-photoshoot/

    I have been debating between these, Forgestar and Tsportline wheels for a while now. These are flow forged light weight wheels and pulled the trigger today.
     
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  2. bradhs

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    Curious to see how they fit.
     
  3. hdAge

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    me too. .Will update when I have them. ..
     
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    Interesting, thanks. Vossen VFS6 with Continental tires are a different combo but did not think that would be a problem. In this case, I spoke to vividracing and they said that Vorsteiner tested this setup and only then recommending the release. Either way I will know once I have the setup.
     
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    Do you know the offsets? Also, what size tires are you going with?
    EDIT: Nevermind, found it.

    That's going to look good! Can you share the cost of the setup?
     
  7. FlyNavy01

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    I bought the 19" version of this wheel in February. Will be finally installing them this week when I have a free afternoon from work. The first 3 photos are low quality screen grabs I took of how they look on the car. 20" is too big and heavy for my taste. The last photo are mine sitting in my garage. 245 front, 275 rear.
     

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  8. hdAge

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    Michelin Pilot Sport 4S, 245/35 and 285/30. Entire setup is costing $3.5k including TPMS, installation, mounting.
     
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  9. shiz

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    weight of those wheels?
     
  10. shiz

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    who did you order those from? what are the offset and center bore?
     
  11. hdAge

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    @FlyNavy01, the pics look great and in my opinion these wheels look really good 19" or 20". I like 20" wheels, wish I can go wider but it looks like 285 is the widest I can go without causing issues. Do share pictures once you install them and let us know the ride quality. The good thing is that these wheels are very light and flow forged.
     
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    Looking forward to seeing those on your car.

    Have you weighed them yet? I'd be curious to know how they differ from the stock setup.
     
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    Ordered direct from Vorsteiner, they bored them out to 64.1mm for me. Specs below.

    Yep, even with the wider tires they weigh roughly the same as the 18" Aero setup. I made a spec sheet to compare:
    Screen Shot 2018-07-26 at 7.22.43 PM.png
     
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  14. shiz

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    i too, would be curious how your staggered setup compare to the stock wheels in terms of road noise, handling, acceleration and performance.
     
  15. hdAge

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    24 and 25lbs with the staggered setup
     
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    They look nice...please post up lots of pics, and I too am curious about impacts on range performance , ride quality and handling
     
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    Congrats! We sold a set to a Model 3 with the same setup but he went with satin bronze.
     
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    Those 20s on the white 3 look incredible. If I was getting a P3D id skip the 5K cosmetic package and get these.
     
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    I kinda like the 105 better than the 103.

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  20. hdAge

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    @EVS Motors Do you have another set in stock? Vorsteiner says ~60 days before they become available. Also do you have pictures of the setup at all? especially the 285 tires.
     

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