2021 Mach 1 Handling Package Wheel Obsession

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Alright guys, I've been searching for aftermarket wheels for my car for about a month now. I was interested in the Ferrada FR4 wheels and was looking for something classy but unique.

And then Ford dropped the Mach 1 with the Handling Package wheels. I am OBSESSED!

If anyone knows a replica or knows a company who's going to make one, I would very much so appreciate that information. @CarlosMRRDesignWheels What are you guys going to do about this badass wheel?

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Very good question. I actually got a quote for the Mach 1 handling pack strips (without the "Mach 1" ).I love the multi color combo.a little pricey at a little over 1200 bucks installed. But I will keep checking
 

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The Mach 1 wheels are definitely pretty cool. I've not seen an asymmetrical design like this before on wheels; where the minor spokes are at a different angle than then main spokes. SVE (from LMR.com) makes some pretty nice Ford replica wheels for a fair price - I'd contact them to see if they have plans to make the Mach 1 replicas. Their wheels are lighter than the factory wheels, too. I just bought the SVE R350 19x10 wheels, a GT350R replica wheel (although not in CF, obviously). They are NICE, and only 24 lbs (compared to the factory PP1 wheels at 33 lbs). Here's a pic from when I unboxed them to inspect. They are going on the car on Friday, along with my factory Michelin PS4S tires. I'm stoked.
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The problem with the Mach 1 is they stick out, that’s why there’s a lip on the Mach 1 track package car

SVE would need to give us better offsets than Ford as to not stick out
 


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The problem with the Mach 1 is they stick out, that’s why there’s a lip on the Mach 1 track package car

SVE would need to give us better offsets than Ford as to not stick out
I hear you...and maybe it’s the 16 year old me living In my 42 year old head but I kinda like the very slight “poke” that the Mach1 and PP2 cars have. It’s certainly not going to your paint any favors (without molding/mud flaps of some kind) but if done right, it’s a a subtle, artful fashion statement about the intentions of a car...

I’ll take the stock Mach1 offset, please!
 

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I hear you...and maybe it’s the 16 year old me living In my 42 year old head but I kinda like the very slight “poke” that the Mach1 and PP2 cars have. It’s certainly not going to your paint any favors (without molding/mud flaps of some kind) but if done right, it’s a a subtle, artful fashion statement about the intentions of a car...

I’ll take the stock Mach1 offset, please!
Ewww, not me
 

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The problem with the Mach 1 is they stick out, that’s why there’s a lip on the Mach 1 track package car

SVE would need to give us better offsets than Ford as to not stick out
SVE would make them in their usual 10"/11" wide, with 50 & 35 offsets.
 

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the Mach1 wheels are not unique. I've seen that pattern before. Can't recall where...
The HRE HF11 comes close in how to make a gratuitously visually busy wheel.
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Exactly like my R325’s and when they become avail, I’m getting them
I will definitely consider them. Really like my SP2's right now. I need to see them in person.
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I like my R325’s
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The factory PP2 wheels were my #1 choice. I opted for the SP2's because they were lighter, and much more affordable. I was drawn instantly to the Mach 1 HP wheels. It all comes down to how well the replicas (if made) look in their colors.
 

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the Mach1 wheels are not unique. I've seen that pattern before. Can't recall where...
The HRE HF11 comes close in how to make a gratuitously visually busy wheel.
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Even those wheels, while busy, have the visual appearance of the minor spokes coming off perpendicular to the hub because the pattern is symmetrical, essentially half way between the major spokes. Those also aren't factory wheels. The Mach 1 wheels have the minor spokes coming off the hub at an angle.
 

 
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