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Hi! I saw my car here in both versions - with 18" OZ Crono Evo and with 19" OZ Superleggeras...

Here are the close-up photos of current setup:

http://dpasaric.kreativni.hr/Alfa%20...a-19-front.jpg

http://dpasaric.kreativni.hr/Alfa%20...ra-19-rear.jpg

The ride is not much harder than with 18" setup, so if you like the look - go for it. The wheels are very light - if I remember correctly they are lighter than original 17" Alfa teledials wheels.
225/35 Barely any rubber there. Impossible to use on roads where i live. Especially after this winter. Fitting 18" this spring , and having huge concerns already.
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Sorry if youve all seen this but how cool is that. Currently asking them top convert mine to the same, including humps!!!
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and the brakes... WOW
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Sorry if youve all seen this but how cool is that. Currently asking them top convert mine to the same, including humps!!!
Please! tell me you are joking
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What do you mean!!! I think it's cool. Does anybody have any idea what colour this is? It's not silver, its a kind of blue/silver/green depending on what way the sun hits it

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these are on mine

no idea what they are came with car

need a good clean anf a slight refurb
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Hi! I saw my car here in both versions - with 18" OZ Crono Evo and with 19" OZ Superleggeras...

Here are the close-up photos of current setup:

http://dpasaric.kreativni.hr/Alfa%20...a-19-front.jpg

http://dpasaric.kreativni.hr/Alfa%20...ra-19-rear.jpg

The ride is not much harder than with 18" setup, so if you like the look - go for it. The wheels are very light - if I remember correctly they are lighter than original 17" Alfa teledials wheels.
mmm you still have the teledials?
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Sorry, no teledials anymore!

But I have one fresh photo:

http://dpasaric.kreativni.hr/Alfa%20...Planetarij.jpg

The thing is that those Superleggeras look great only because they are so huge, I would prefer some Alfa design wheels in those size... but the choice is limited in 19" size with a bolt pattern that can be fitted to a GTV...

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Hi Davor - nice to know you are still around. I occasionally look in on the forum here. Thinking of putting some Alleggerita HLTs on if I can find some cash somewhere. Family life takes up a lot of time now - one daughter is 18 months and the next expected August.
Hope you and your family are well.
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If only I could do a decent photoshop I could decide between 17" and 18"
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Fantom! So good to see you again! I am also very busy (boys 3 and 6 years old) and also I burn the midnight oil at our studio. About 17" or 18" wheels - don't think too much, GTV is a pleasure car and so go that way - 18" is a great choice for GTV.
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Sorry, no teledials anymore!

But I have one fresh photo:

http://dpasaric.kreativni.hr/Alfa%20...Planetarij.jpg

The thing is that those Superleggeras look great only because they are so huge, I would prefer some Alfa design wheels in those size... but the choice is limited in 19" size with a bolt pattern that can be fitted to a GTV...
So is it 5x98?? I thought they were only made in 5x100.
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What do you mean!!! I think it's cool. Does anybody have any idea what colour this is? It's not silver, its a kind of blue/silver/green depending on what way the sun hits it

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ItĘs same as mine, a org. color from alfa (azzurro nuvola) but the paint job is diff on gtv/spider more layers of color 7 layers.... on other alfa 156 - 166 etc it's only 3 layers..

Alfistis Alfa Romeo GTV 3,0 24v v6 - 2000 (#472 pň ranglisten) - Vmax.dk - Det sygeste bilsite nogensinde!
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So is it 5x98?? I thought they were only made in 5x100.
No, they are 5x100! I use "flowing" adapter bolts.
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ItĘs same as mine, a org. color from alfa (azzurro nuvola) but the paint job is diff on gtv/spider more layers of color 7 layers.... on other alfa 156 - 166 etc it's only 3 layers..

Cheers mate, I am embarking on a mission to update the spider this summer. What wheels is that you have on there?
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Sorry if youve all seen this but how cool is that. Currently asking them top convert mine to the same, including humps!!!
I saw this Spider at the Autodelta stand at the Mph show last Nov, is a supercharged 3.2, 340hp ! (was for sale, very low mileage too)
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I'm thinking of going 18x9 +24 Super Low disk rear (84mm dish), and 18x8 +29 Medium Disk front (46mm dish) for the brake clearance. Thoughts? Yes I am aware this will probably have negative handling effects but I'll be using the same tyre size front and rear and I'll be stuffing with the suspension too.
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Davor and DK : your GTV's look absolutely stunning !!!

Do you have a showroom or other pics ??
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not only the wheels and brakes are interesting, the exhaust is a unique piece of handwork by a workshop specialized in motorcycle race exhausts:
That is one sweet looking exhaust......hope it sounds as good as it looks...........
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Hi! I saw my car here in both versions - with 18" OZ Crono Evo and with 19" OZ Superleggeras...

Here are the close-up photos of current setup:

http://dpasaric.kreativni.hr/Alfa%20...a-19-front.jpg

http://dpasaric.kreativni.hr/Alfa%20...ra-19-rear.jpg

The ride is not much harder than with 18" setup, so if you like the look - go for it. The wheels are very light - if I remember correctly they are lighter than original 17" Alfa teledials wheels.
What kind of discs is it you have on the car, front and back?
They look awesome
Look like lightweight rotors bolted on aluminum centers. Is this correct?
Brand?
Where can I get these and what sizes are they?

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