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But what is the weight like? Other than being OEM and the wider variety of sizes, I'd say the SVE ones are a better value and probably lighter weight.
 
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I don't have a clue what the weight is like, or price, or when they will be available. It took Ford over two years to release the 572 ci crate engine that they showcased at the PRI show back in 2016. That engine finally showed up in the parts catalog around mid year of 2018.

Some may be more concerned about the weight, but for me my stang is a street cruiser. I'm interested in the 9.5's for the front and the 10.5's rear so I can run 275/35's and 305/35's
 

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Just saw on Mustang 360 ford racing is going to offer actual PP2 wheels. They will be in 4 sizes, 19 x9.5, 19 x 10, 19 x 10.5, and 19 x 11

http://www.mustangandfords.com/news/1901-ford-performance-dreams-come-true-again-2019-mtgpri18/
Really love what Ford is doing offering essentially the PP2 Wheel in different widths.

I believe those are the LMR takeoffs.
I'm not 100% on this, but I don't think they're take-offs. Bear with me...
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If you look at these pics:
1. SVE SP2 Wheels: Taken off LMR.com. Notice the Wheel Centre Bore Cap is smaller OR the raised "Spoke convergence area" or outward-facing hub area, around the centre bore cap has more material, compared to:
2. The Ford Performance Wheel: Cited by OP which, in this "Spoke convergence area," looks identical to an OE Factory PP2 wheel:
3. OEM PP2 Factory Wheels: Additionally, there seems to be more of a raised, 3D quality to this "Spoke convergence area" [I wonder if there's an actual name for this lol], compared to the SVE.

Hope this helps. My eyes are too keen for the details...
 


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Really love what Ford is doing offering essentially the PP2 Wheel in different widths.

I'm not 100% on this, but I don't think they're take-offs. Bear with me...

If you look at these pics:
1. SVE SP2 Wheels: Taken off LMR.com. Notice the Wheel Centre Bore Cap is smaller OR the raised "Spoke convergence area" or outward-facing hub area, around the centre bore cap has more material, compared to:
2. The Ford Performance Wheel: Cited by OP which, in this "Spoke convergence area," looks identical to an OE Factory PP2 wheel:
3. OEM PP2 Factory Wheels: Additionally, there seems to be more of a raised, 3D quality to this "Spoke convergence area" [I wonder if there's an actual name for this lol], compared to the SVE.

Hope this helps. My eyes are too keen for the details...
Good eye. Looks like the SVE wheels may be designed for the narrower aftermarket lug nuts too, while the Ford / OEM parts use large diameter stock lug nuts. Also offset differences may explain some of the apparent differences in depth around the same area.
 

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I see some of the differences you noted. Definitely not the LMR takeoffs. I still don't see them on Ford Performance site. Would be nice to see better pics and offsets. Will be interesting to see if the 19x10.5 +24 and 19x11 +48 match OEM wheels exactly with different valve stem placement and all. And then, the cost.
 
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I still don't see them on Ford Performance site.
Don't expect to see them anytime soon. As I posted earlier, Ford introduced the 572 big block crate engine at the same PRI show back in 2016 and it took them almost 2 years to actually produce it and have it for sale.
 

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Don't expect to see them anytime soon. As I posted earlier, Ford introduced the 572 big block crate engine at the same PRI show back in 2016 and it took them almost 2 years to actually produce it and have it for sale.
I guess it'll have to be the takeoffs for some dr's then.
 

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I see some of the differences you noted. Definitely not the LMR takeoffs. I still don't see them on Ford Performance site. Would be nice to see better pics and offsets. Will be interesting to see if the 19x10.5 +24 and 19x11 +48 match OEM wheels exactly with different valve stem placement and all. And then, the cost.

The weight will tell you. If these are OEM and varients, then they will be super heavy.

PS - a takeoff wheel would be a GT350 wheel someone "took off" their GT350 and sold. I think you mean knock off (or replica) if the wheel was sourced from LMR.
 

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The weight will tell you. If these are OEM and varients, then they will be super heavy.

PS - a takeoff wheel would be a GT350 wheel someone "took off" their GT350 and sold. I think you mean knock off (or replica) if the wheel was sourced from LMR.
Good note on the weight. To add:
I haven't seen any info on weights for the OE PP2 wheels.
However, for the SVE SP2s, according to LMR, they are flow-formed, thus less weight than a typical equaivalent. I assume OE PP2s are not, as it is not said anywhere in literature, Ford's website or the promo material.

Therefore, perhaps a further indication of them being different.
 
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I would guess the OEM and the ford racing wheels are 30+ lbs each.
 

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I believe the OEM PP2 19x10.5 are 32 lbs and the 19x11 are 31 lbs (yes, the wider wheels are 1 lb less). I believe the LMR 19x11's are like 25 lbs, so quite a bit lighter.
 

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What scares me about the weight reduction is the structual integrity. I really want to buy a set of the SVE PP2 replicas but my cars sees track time about once a month. SVE says "conic looks - built for performance and engineered for the streets!" So not really track oriented. Has anyone been running the SVE PP2 replicas on the track? I may create another thread to ask. The only thing that really sucks about the SVE's is the 10 in vs OEM 10.5 rim. I really want to put a 305 squared setup on but... monies. I cant really find any inexpensive (400-500 ish per rim) wheels that fit the PP1 in 10.5 in.
 

 
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