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Old 08-24-2018, 05:30 PM
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SEMA is coming! Our own C7RR widebody project is underway!!
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SEMA C7R GTLM style with my custom bumper. Car is under the knife this week. Hope to get done in time.
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SV701 Brushed Triple Black Tint
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Sold a set of SV103 with no drop cup at the lug nuts area (spokes extended all the way). This will be the first for Signature.
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SV503 Track Series

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SV503 Track Series

So I know Signature makes a strong light wheel. What I don't know is how much the cast stock wheels (non-chrome) weight on the '19 Z06 that will be in my garage in about a week. I am guessing about 31 lbs each? And what about the weight of the run-flats as opposed to the non runflat versions? I believe about 1 lb of unsprung weight is worth about 4 lbs of sprung weight...
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So I know Signature makes a strong light wheel. What I don't know is how much the cast stock wheels (non-chrome) weight on the '19 Z06 that will be in my garage in about a week. I am guessing about 31 lbs each? And what about the weight of the run-flats as opposed to the non runflat versions? I believe about 1 lb of unsprung weight is worth about 4 lbs of sprung weight...
stock 20x12 is 31 or 33 lbs for chrome.

Our wheels ranges from just under 23 to 24.5 lbs for 20x12.5 with 15mm more aggressive back space for flush. Stock offset may save an additional 1/2 lbs.

Run flat is another 2-3 lbs heavier too.

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Do you guys do different finishes like triple black for the SV502 track series?
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We dont offer brushed triple black for our Track Series.

We have SV702 that are similar V spokes style, straight spokes instead of curved like the SV502, that I can do brushed Triple Black.

Here is is an example of 19/19 Brushed Triple

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SV501


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19/20 SV501 and SV502 Gloss Black ready fo ship. PM if interested.
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Let’s get these sold!!!
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stock 20x12 is 31 or 33 lbs for chrome.

Our wheels ranges from just under 23 to 24.5 lbs for 20x12.5 with 15mm more aggressive back space for flush. Stock offset may save an additional 1/2 lbs.

Run flat is another 2-3 lbs heavier too.

Thanks. If I understand you correctly, my C7 Z can utilize 18" diameter wheels, with absolutely no problem having plenty of clearance for the brakes (non Z07 car). If the is right, do you sell a lot of 18s? It would seem with them offering a further reduction in unsprung weight plus offering slightly better gearing ratio, this would be a popular option? If not, is it because of the unavailability of performance tire choices for this size? Or is it just the bling bling street thing?
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Thanks. If I understand you correctly, my C7 Z can utilize 18" diameter wheels, with absolutely no problem having plenty of clearance for the brakes (non Z07 car). If the is right, do you sell a lot of 18s? It would seem with them offering a further reduction in unsprung weight plus offering slightly better gearing ratio, this would be a popular option? If not, is it because of the unavailability of performance tire choices for this size? Or is it just the bling bling street thing?
majority are looking for similar to stock stance so they will do 19/20 combo like stock.

My 18” monoblock will clear CCB, AP too. So there won’t be a problem with none Z07 cars.

Most of my 18” customers are looking for the best bang for their bucks. Tires are much less expensive. 18x11 et38 is as low as 19.5 lbs, 18x12.5 is as low 20.4 lbs. A massive weight reduction for performance purpose. 1 pound of rotational mass reduction can worth at much as 15 lbs of static weight (according to Rays’ Engineering)
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Thanks guys. Another render, rear quarter shot
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A couple of track 18” setup left!!
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A couple of track 18” setup left!!
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I'm very pleased with my 19/20" SV104's in brushed bronze.
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