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Thanks for answering all my questions, it looks really good.

Looked at some of the YouTube stuff and it looks easy enough to use. I might give the black and pearl effect a go when I get a chance.

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There stunning, last I heard he was trying to sell them on though.
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Fred, what adapters do you have to fit the Ti wheels? Or are they different hubs?
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Fred, what adapters do you have to fit the Ti wheels? Or are they different hubs?
No Adapters needed at all. There 18" Wheels I got from EB spares - bolt straight on.

I think you can get them from Veloces as well.
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Just Plastidipped my 18" Ti wheels
Looks Amazing !!
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Picking these up on Tuesday.

18" Azev A.

235 40 18 rear

225 40 18 fronts

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Would love a set of these on my car !
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Got original OEM as delivered from factory tele dials 17" - however tomorrow I'll be putting on a new set of 18" Zender Sienas on Pirelli P-zeros 18" for this year. Will be awesome to see them on, they have been completely refurbished by perhaps Swedens best firm in the area of refurbish of wheels, Intera.

Meanwhile, a pic from last year with original OEM 17" tele dials.


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I have Pirelli Pzeros neros on my car - very happy with them
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Apologies to post in a thread thats been quiet for a while, especially on my first post. I've been tearing my hair out for weeks searching for a particular look for one of my Alfas, a 3.0 GTV, and just can't find a match so was hoping someone here may be able to shed some light on who manufactures the wheels on the attached image.

Very similar to BBS motorsports, OZ leggera's, and others.... but not quite hitting the spot..... any help appreciated please!
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Apologies to post in a thread thats been quiet for a while, especially on my first post. I've been tearing my hair out for weeks searching for a particular look for one of my Alfas, a 3.0 GTV, and just can't find a match so was hoping someone here may be able to shed some light on who manufactures the wheels on the attached image.

Very similar to BBS motorsports, OZ leggera's, and others.... but not quite hitting the spot..... any help appreciated please!
My guess would be with some sort of BBS.
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Pretty sure they are 19" BBS CH wheels. Bare in mind to fit that size rim, the tyres would be very low profile. The ride would be shockingly awful on UK roads.
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Thank you both, they are indeed very very similar to the BBS CH, but I don't think they actually are.... for a while I was convinced, now not so sure. The centre area on the BBS CH's is larger, and the spoke pattern slight;y different.

I know it's daft being so picky....

Currently running some very low profile tyres on our camper.... makes for an interesting ride thats for sure!

Just wanted to mess around a little thats all, I have the 17" Teledials on my GTV TS, just fancied a change on the V6.
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I fitted these wheels to my car a week ago. 225/40/18:
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This is a badass-mean look! Nice!

Have you considered to debage that chaos back there to get even more sleek look? I'd leave just GTV on the left and Q2 on the right (move it up). Otherwise perfect!
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I fitted these wheels to my car a week ago. 225/40/18:
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I fitted these wheels to my car a week ago. 225/40/18:
That looks quite good. Is it lowered ?
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Yes it is lowered 45mm. No the wheels are a South African brand called A-Line Racer with the milled lip. Quite affordable locally but very good quality.
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Yes it is lowered 45mm. No the wheels are a South African brand called A-Line Racer with the milled lip. Quite affordable locally but very good quality.
It doesn't look lowered, not by -45mm anyway, to me.....looks nice though.

Could you measure, in cms, from the wheel centre up to the wheel arch, fr & rr, please?

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Will do Clive. But it is definitely running on -45mm Eibach Pro Sport red springs which are now unavailable. This was my car on stock wheels: 130620111118_1.jpg Photo by emcon1 | Photobucket

Perhaps the perspective makes it look higher. The wheel gap appears bigger when you take the photo from lower down. But the best view of a GTV is from low down to get full perspective of the sleek shape. My best shot is of the rear 3/4 from low down.

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45m ? Thats very low, very rare to see GTVs on 45mm - Whats the ride quality like ?
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45m ? Thats very low, very rare to see GTVs on 45mm - Whats the ride quality like ?
Ride quality is not that terrible as the springs are progressive but obviously the worst part about it is ground clearance. There is hardly any. I can't fit a pack of cigarettes under the front splitter and have a terrible time negotiating certain speed bumps. To compare it against a 25mm lowered GTV in this image. Mine has no rear fin, and the 3.0 has a rear fin. The 3.0 is lowered 25mm and the 3.2 is lowered 45mm: http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a1...315_092210.jpg

In this pic you can see the front splitter's height above the road: http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a1...315_121931.jpg

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Clive the measurements you request:
both rear from the middle of the center cap to the top of the wheel arch is 330mm.
Both front from the middle of the center cap to the top of the wheel arch is 335mm.
Tire size is 225/40/18.
Hope this is what you are looking for?
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