Official MRR Design Wheels Thread (Catalog, Photos, Info, New Releases, Q&A)

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Just got my tracking number and looks like UPS will have mine to me by Tuesday! Woo hoo! I will be sure to get some pics by next weekend up!!

OOOOOH, you'll be counting the hours and probably looking up and down your street for the UPS truck every 5 minutes!!!

 

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Man, you guys are killing me here. I know people are excited about getting their wheels, but this is the gallery thread. Every time I get an email I think someone has posted pictures. Maybe we can reduce the chatter for important info and pics? :shrug:
 

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Here we go, finally a pic! The wheels came in today and look great! I love the offset and the finish is very nice!
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Those look awesome man! Are they 19 or 20" ?
 

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Those look awesome man! Are they 19 or 20" ?
Oh sorry! I completely forgot to add the details. They are 19x10 ET 35 with Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 275/40R19, lowered on Steeda Progressive springs.
 

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Oh sorry! I completely forgot to add the details. They are 19x10 ET 35 with Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 275/40R19, lowered on Steeda Progressive springs.

Perfect stance and the design of the wheel makes them look bigger, I would of guessed 20" looks killer, wheels are perfectly flush and I bet they saved a huge amount over GT PP wheels. :)
 

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Perfect stance and the design of the wheel makes them look bigger, I would of guessed 20" looks killer, wheels are perfectly flush and I bet they saved a huge amount over GT PP wheels. :)
Mine's an EB PP but I think they are about the same weight so yes, very happy to shed that rotating weight! I'm sure some of it is placebo effect but I swear I can feel the difference. The EB is light anyway, the thing just feels so responsive. I struggled with the tire sizes, the advantages and disadvantages of going with a 35 or 40 AR. I was torn between 275/40 and 285/35. I'm really happy with the decision for many reasons but a simple one is even the 275 bulges just a hair past the fender in the rear. I also figured the extra sidewall and 0.6" diameter would help fill the wheel wells while providing a little more compliance in the ride. This was coming from a 255/40 so not a lot extra but I would have been giving some up with the 35.
 

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Looks great!!!
 

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Mine's an EB PP but I think they are about the same weight so yes, very happy to shed that rotating weight! I'm sure some of it is placebo effect but I swear I can feel the difference. The EB is light anyway, the thing just feels so responsive. I struggled with the tire sizes, the advantages and disadvantages of going with a 35 or 40 AR. I was torn between 275/40 and 285/35. I'm really happy with the decision for many reasons but a simple one is even the 275 bulges just a hair past the fender in the rear. I also figured the extra sidewall and 0.6" diameter would help fill the wheel wells while providing a little more compliance in the ride. This was coming from a 255/40 so not a lot extra but I would have been giving some up with the 35.
More tyre profile does indeed improve compliance and ride comfort, I also find more tyre within reason also improves handling on the road too, particular in the wet as well.

Looking forward to more pictures buddy and try to get some side short and some shots down the body work showing how flush they are and what tyre stretch if any there is please. :)
 

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Mine showed up this afternoon and I had just enough time to get them installed before the storms started back up.

Each wheel/tire combo came out 5 lbs less than the stock PP wheel/tire. I went with BFG Sport Comp 2 285/35 on 19x10 all 4 corners (the Sport Comp 2's are a bit heavier than the Pirellis, and a lot of other brands for that matter)

A couple weeks back, I added the splash guards - don't really like them on a Mustang, but there's so much gravel on our roads that the S550 kicks up and chips up the sides of the car, so I'm hoping to minimize that a bit.

Here are some crappy iPad pics...
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More tyre profile does indeed improve compliance and ride comfort, I also find more tyre within reason also improves handling on the road too, particular in the wet as well.

Looking forward to more pictures buddy and try to get some side short and some shots down the body work showing how flush they are and what tyre stretch if any there is please. :)
Are these what you're looking for [MENTION=13598]Gibbo205[/MENTION] ? Front camber = -1.7, rear = -1.5.
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