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Best Fitment Quality & Finishes Mustang wheels: Project 6GR 5-FIVE Spoke GT350

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  1. Need4SpeedMotors

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    #1 Need4SpeedMotors, Dec 7, 2016
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    Good morning fellow enthusiasts. It is with great honor and privilege that we officially introduce Project 6GR's new design for the 2017 season.
    Respectfully the wheel is called Project 6GR - Five. The five of course referring to wheel spoke design,
    where as the original design will be now called Project 6GR-Seven.

    The Project 6GR -Five design has been in development as a collaboration between our wheel designers and also fellow enthusiasts like yourself.
    We have been paying close attention, listening, and taking notes very carefully to be able to deliver exactly what you have asked for.
    The end result of this teamwork is this simple & clean timeless 5 spoke design. We would like to thank everyone that provided their suggestions, comments, and feedback

    The overall design pays homage to the original Project 6GR- Seven design by incorporating the same smooth continues lines that flow throughout the entire wheel.
    The spokes extending to the edge of the barrel provide a "larger" overall diameter appearance and also aids in providing strength and a higher load rating during tests.
    The larger openings in-between the five spokes will allow for the maximum viability of the nice braking components equipped on the S550 platform, especially those nice Brembo brakes.

    You will be happy to know that all the fitment specifications will remain the same as the initial Seven spoke design.
    This means that the same deep concave design will be present on both the front and rear wheels.
    Shelby GT350 owners will have the R-spec option once more which uses 19x11 front and 19x11.5 rear with its super deep dual concave front and rear.

    Something new for the 2017 season are new sizes we are working on with fellow enthusiasts.

    We are looking into developing 18" diameter in different widths depending on the feedback/demand we receive.

    We are also developing a B-spoke custom program where we will offer the wheels as raw. As a raw wheel you will be able custom select your offset, width, and finish with almost any color finish of your choice. :headbang:

    Wheel Brand: Project 6GR Wheels
    Wheel Model: FIVE
    Wheel Construction: Latest Spun Forged Technology (Rotary Forged)
    Wheels Sizes Available :
    Front 19x11.0 & Rear 19x11.5(R-Spec)
    Concave Profiles: Front Deep Concave | Rear Deep Concave
    Bolt Pattern: 5x114.3
    Center Bore: 70.6(Hub Centric)
    Standard Finish : Gloss Black | Satin Graphite | Satin Black
    **Custom Finishes Upon Request **
    Fitment Guide:
    2005-2014 S197
    2015-2018 S550
    2015-2018 Shelby GT350/R

    PM, Email or Call us for any questions you may have..

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    Technical Specifications

    Construction: Spun Forged technology
    Available sizes: 19x10, 19x11, 19x11.5, 20x10, 20x11
    Available Standard Finishes: Satin Black, Satin Graphite, and Gloss Black
    100% Compatible with Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
    100% Compatible with Factory OEM center cap
    100% Compatible with all factory braking system including Brembo both GT and Shelby GT350/R
    Hub-centric design to ensure fitment just like the factory


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    Just like “Power is nothing without Control”, we believe that speed is nothing without accuracy.
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  2. Built4Speed

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    How about some pics on an S550?
     
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    Those spokes are too wide for my liking, not feeling them at all. It'll also cover most of the beautiful big brakes on our cars.
     
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    Same thought here :thumbsup:
     
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    #5 DrumReaper, Dec 7, 2016
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    Not a fan... spokes are too 80-90's style.

    Thin the spokes' width and make it light and you might have something, but to be honest, 5 spokes on the S550 platform are difficult to make look good.
     
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    Unfortunately I have to agree. And if you go 5 spoke too thin or a double 5 spoke, they look too BMW.
     
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    Hmm as much as I love the OG 6GR wheels, Im just not feeling these. Maybe a thinner spoke like the Velgen Classic 5
     
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    Exactly what I thought. Immediately thought of the F40! 1987-ferrari-f40-38_600x0w.jpg
     
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    I like these a lot. Any actual wheels on a car yet?
     
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    If it's lighter I wouldn't mind the look
     
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    Are the 18s the GT350 fitment? im very interested in that.
     
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    Kind've reminiscent of the old 5 spoke Speedlines. Would be nice to see them on a car, which I am sure is right around the corner.
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    I doubt it. The wheel vendors like to copy-paste from the other subforums and not think about what actually fits on GT350s.
     
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    Props for trying to offer something different than what is currently out there.

    A couple of suggestions.

    1) Enlarge the lug holes to allow for stock lug nut fitment. Yes, the smaller holes are more aesthetically pleasing to the eye. But they aren't optimum from a strength perspective and can be problematic when trying to source a thin wall socket when you are in the middle of nowhere with a flat and you left your "special socket" at home. This would mean changing some other dimensions on the wheel face that you currently show that would change the appearance, however slight.

    2) The inner wheel barrel diameter needs to be made larger. Moving the ribs would help with caliper clearance but at this stage I'd recommend something more. Might not be simple what with the spun forging method you want to use but it really should be done. The 6GR wheels are a great alternative to the factory R CF wheel but lack woefully in the clearance department. It'd be nice if you could free up some caliper to wheel clearance this time around.
     
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    Agreed, not too many 18s even clear the 15" brakes on the GT pp and some 19s don't clear the GT350 brakes.

    By not clearing I mean the barrel not being able to get past the calipers.
     
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