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

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Looks awesome man, lovely wheel, got me wondering what they would look like in a polished clear coat finish. :D

 

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Are these what you're looking for [MENTION=13598]Gibbo205[/MENTION] ? Front camber = -1.7, rear = -1.5.

Thanks man 275/40/19 working very well on that 10" wide wheel, very little to no stretch, suspect the 40 profile helps.

How you finding the ride and handling now your a few days in?
 

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Thanks man 275/40/19 working very well on that 10" wide wheel, very little to no stretch, suspect the 40 profile helps.

How you finding the ride and handling now your a few days in?
SO nice! Any doubts I had about the new Firestone Firehawk Indy 500s are completely gone! I LOVE the tires! I have SO much more grip going through corners it's insane! Granted I'm coming from 255/40 Conti A/S which don't even compare but I feel like I can throw this thing around anywhere now! The 275/40 comes with a 101W load rating. I thought someone said the tires felt a little disconnected, less feedback, I think they're great! I've had so many compliments on these wheels already. A guy at the gas station on the way home was saying I could get $15k more for my car the way it sits. I asked him if he wanted to buy it. :D
 

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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.

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Looks great congrats! I see you swapped over the center caps too. i didn't even think about it I was in such a hurry.
 

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Yeah well I kinda forgot to swap caps on the first 2 so had to do one side twice. The MRR center caps look really sweet, but I wanted to see how the gloss black caps would look. Kinda goes with the theme I have going with gloss black accents. Definitely like the satin black wheel finish - the PP gloss finish just didn't look right to me on my car.
 


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Here is mine. 19x10 front and x11 rear. Front tire is the stock Pzero PP 255. Rear tire is a Nitto Nto5r DR 305 35 19. I plan on replacing the front tire with a regulat Nto5 once the Pzero is worn out enough. Only have 7k miles on them so far. Car has the SR springs with progressive rate 1" drop.:cheers:
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I really like the way these wheels look on the S550.

I also have to give Paul a shout out on the attention to detail when you buy tires through him - they're putting black weights on the black wheels, and black metal valve stems (no rubber). :thumbsup:
 

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Yeah, I forgot to paint my weights before I balanced them. I will have to get in there carefully with a satin black paint pen and take care of that. Everyone be careful with the front wheels when tightening up the lug nuts. The offset makes it pretty deep to reach the lug nuts. Be very careful not to nick them up with a socket to close to the opening. My wheel socket tapered out after a couple inches and would touch the wheel at the opening if not really careful.
 

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Here is mine. 19x10 front and x11 rear. Front tire is the stock Pzero PP 255. Rear tire is a Nitto Nto5r DR 305 35 19. I plan on replacing the front tire with a regulat Nto5 once the Pzero is worn out enough. Only have 7k miles on them so far. Car has the SR springs with progressive rate 1" drop.:cheers:
That looks great! Those 19x11 in the rear really show the concavity, they look deep! :cheers:
 
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FS01 and FS02 in Matte Black by MRR Wheels

Just walking out in the warehouse and seen these beauties.
MRR Flowforged FS01 and FS02 both in Matte Black finish, which one would you do?



FS01 Flowforged

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FS02 Flowforged

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