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Old 07-04-2019, 06:34 AM
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Default GM Speedline Cup Wheels and Michelin Pilot Sport ZP

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Complete set of GM Speedline Cup Wheels w/ Michelin Pilot Sport ZP (Run Flat) Tires Mounted
Silver Cup Wheels 19" Front & 20" Rear (No Curb Rash, Only Minor Scratches/Scrapes from Mounting Tires)
TPS and Gray Center Caps Included (Lug Nuts Not Included)
Michelin Pilot Sport ZP Tires (Fronts 60% Worn, Rears 80% Worn)
Original Equipment Wheels on C6 Z06 & ZR1 and C7 Grand Sport
Wheel & Tire Photos Taken on June 16, 2019

Local pick up in NE Florida is preferred.

Wheels, Tires, TPS & Center Caps: $1,000






Rear Wheel & Tire


Rear Wheel & Tire


Front Wheel & Tire


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Old 07-04-2019, 07:51 AM
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Where are you at in NE FL? I’ve got a buddy down there for the holiday they may could grab them.
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Where are you at in NE FL? I’ve got a buddy down there for the holiday they may could grab them.
I'm 20 miles south of Jacksonville, in Saint Augustine. Let me know how I can assist.
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Bro, FWIW those cup wheels look awesome on your VYC6Z!!!
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Bro, FWIW those cup wheels look awesome on your VYC6Z!!!
Thanks CBMZR1. I bet they would look incredible on your beautiful ZR1....
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Any idea what these weigh? I'm looking for a lighter wheel than these black cups I have.

I was just in Jax last week....
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Originally Posted by STL Mike View Post
Any idea what these weigh? I'm looking for a lighter wheel than these black cups I have.

I was just in Jax last week....
I weighed them when they were new but I don't recall the numbers. I can't imagine they weigh less than your cup wheels... Are they GM Speedline?
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Sorry, I meant Spyders. They're black reproduction Spyders. Took them off this winter and they're really heavy.
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Originally Posted by STL Mike View Post
Sorry, I meant Spyders. They're black reproduction Spyders. Took them off this winter and they're really heavy.
Ok. Yes, the Cup wheels are lighter that any other Z06 or ZR1 wheel. I believe they were developed for the 2012 & 2013 Z06 and ZR1 models as the "lightweight wheel" to be used with the new Michelin Sport Cup tires. Hence, the "Cup" wheel name. How much lighter??? Best looking wheel, regardless of the weight savings. I replaced the OE rotors and wheels on my Z06 with PerformanceAFX two-piece rotors and the Cup wheels; a significant difference in cornering feel and performance. I highly recommend the upgrade.


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Originally Posted by STL Mike View Post
Sorry, I meant Spyders. They're black reproduction Spyders. Took them off this winter and they're really heavy.
Here is a quote from a 2012 Road & Track article on the 2012 ZR1; "along with RUV Satin Black wheels—each 5 lb. lighter than the standard ZR1 wheel. They're 19- and 20-in. diameters, in the same big blocky size as the Z06's." I assume that your Spyder wheels are slightly heavier than the 'standard' ZR1 wheel. I hope that helps.
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On the tires, I read it as 60 and 80 percent worn meaning 40 and 20 percent remaining. Is that correct? I've been looking for a bolt on package with a lot of tire life left for my GS. Thanks
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On the tires, I read it as 60 and 80 percent worn meaning 40 and 20 percent remaining. Is that correct? I've been looking for a bolt on package with a lot of tire life left for my GS. Thanks
Yes, that is correct. All things considered, $1,000 for a set of Speedline Cup wheels, TPS and center caps is a good deal. The tires are a bonus. Let me know how I can help.
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Originally Posted by VLCTY View Post
Here is a quote from a 2012 Road & Track article on the 2012 ZR1; "along with RUV Satin Black wheels—each 5 lb. lighter than the standard ZR1 wheel. They're 19- and 20-in. diameters, in the same big blocky size as the Z06's." I assume that your Spyder wheels are slightly heavier than the 'standard' ZR1 wheel. I hope that helps.
Yes, this helped me tremendously. Thank you.

By the way, I've been shopping these wheels lately and this is a great deal! If I was local I'd pick them up!
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Yes, that is correct. All things considered, $1,000 for a set of Speedline Cup wheels, TPS and center caps is a good deal. The tires are a bonus. Let me know how I can help.
Okay just wanted to make sure I read it correctly. I may pop on these soon, as I'm not far from you
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Okay just wanted to make sure I read it correctly. I may pop on these soon, as I'm not far from you
Small world, I used to live in Heathrow. I'm now just off I-95 at World Golf Village exit; about an hour and thirty minutes from you. A nice ride. I'll be available today and Sunday if you want them.

Thanks, Michael
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Originally Posted by VLCTY View Post
Complete set of GM Speedline Cup Wheels w/ Michelin Pilot Sport ZP (Run Flat) Tires Mounted
Silver Cup Wheels 19" Front & 20" Rear (No Curb Rash, Only Minor Scratches/Scrapes from Mounting Tires)
TPS and Gray Center Caps Included (Lug Nuts Not Included)
Michelin Pilot Sport ZP Tires (Fronts 60% Worn, Rears 80% Worn)
OE on C7/C6 Grand Sport and Z06
Wheel & Tire Photos Taken on June 16, 2019

Local pick up in NE Florida is preferred.

Wheels, Tires, TPS & Center Caps: $1,000




Howdy OP you have full price offer if willing to ship. I sent PM - let me know!
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Old 07-06-2019, 12:39 PM
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acroy, Thanks for the offer. I have several others who are interested that live here in Florida. I believe they will be picked up soon. I'll keep you in mind though.

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Haha yeah I'm in Maitland now but ready to hop north a little, maybe to Debary. Heathrow was nice for sure but damn its crazy expensive now. I'll check back with ya soon to make sure you still have them.
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Were these wheels an option on Grand Sports as well? Assuming the backspacing is all the same with any widebody?

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