SVE R350 wheels for GT350R?

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I actually had a set of these on my GT350 for a bit, only reason I took them off is because I've got an opportunity of picking up one of the first sets of a wheel that's about to be released soon. So somebody made me a great local offer and I passed them along to another owner.

In my opinion these would be a great option for a street wheel on an R, I ran the stock 295/35 & 305/35 Pilot Super Sports on them and they looked just fine. The sizing is a it "skinnier" compared to stock but the offsets are definitely optimized for GT350 & R. Caliper clearance is also something that's very pleasing with these wheels, the clearance was even better than my stock GT350 wheels. The quality of these wheels are as good as the rest of the companies that use the "flow forming" aka "rotary forged" manufacturing process. For the price, you definitely won't be disappointed. And Late Model Restoration's customer service has always been top notch so even if there is an issue they will get you squared away quick. :thumbsup:

Here's a few pictures.....(including my car in LMR's 2018 calendar :cool:)

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SVE R350’s by Dustin Walker, on Flickr

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What first set of wheels are you waiting for?

 

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Nice. Are those the ones compatible with Non R GT350’s without any lug, stud, or hub mods, I.;e, straight bolt-on to a 2016 tech pack? thanks
 

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I actually had a set of these on my GT350 for a bit, only reason I took them off is because I've got an opportunity of picking up one of the first sets of a wheel that's about to be released soon. So somebody made me a great local offer and I passed them along to another owner.

In my opinion these would be a great option for a street wheel on an R, I ran the stock 295/35 & 305/35 Pilot Super Sports on them and they looked just fine. The sizing is a it "skinnier" compared to stock but the offsets are definitely optimized for GT350 & R. Caliper clearance is also something that's very pleasing with these wheels, the clearance was even better than my stock GT350 wheels. The quality of these wheels are as good as the rest of the companies that use the "flow forming" aka "rotary forged" manufacturing process. For the price, you definitely won't be disappointed. And Late Model Restoration's customer service has always been top notch so even if there is an issue they will get you squared away quick. :thumbsup:

Here's a few pictures.....(including my car in LMR's 2018 calendar :cool:)

26047100368_408e0a8227_h.jpg
Untitled by Dustin Walker, on Flickr

39058575061_565eb03a86_h.jpg
Untitled by Dustin Walker, on Flickr

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SVE R350’s by Dustin Walker, on Flickr

37559639521_d4733ffe53_h.jpg
Untitled by Dustin Walker, on Flickr

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BF4A0712-2 by Sarah Dunlap, on Flickr
Those look really good, i've been looking into those. My only question is what lugs you got? The LMR site said you had to use those weird open lugs that I thought looked pretty bad
 


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Caliper clearance is better than stock? Really ?? :shrug:

Anyone tracking these?

Weights look slightly better than the 6GR wheels. Hard to beat at that price. :headbang:

EDIT: Found this:
.....warranty is not transferable and will be voided under the following conditions:
......Off Road or Racing use.
 
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What is the weight difference between these and the stockers (regular gt350)? I like the looks and hard to pass up on the price.
 

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What is the weight difference between these and the stockers (regular gt350)? I like the looks and hard to pass up on the price.
Stock wheels weigh right around 31 lbs each.

The SVE R350's will save about 5.5 lbs up front and almost 7 lbs in rear.
 

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Stock wheels weigh right around 31 lbs each.

The SVE R350's will save about 5.5 lbs up front and almost 7 lbs in rear.
Is that for each wheel up front and rear or for the combined 2 front wheels and the combined 2 rear wheels? Thnx.
 

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Has anyone used these wheels at the track? I’ve been looking at these and wondering
 

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