Originally Posted by 808MGuy
The actual weight doesn't really mean much unless you're tracking your car. But who tracks their car with 20" wheels. I've never looked at a wheel and said to myself "Wow that wheel looks light". For a street car, looks matter.
You are saying that reducing your unsprung weight by almost 10lbs per wheel won't make a difference on the street???
That's like a 280lbs weight savings at speed. It makes a huge difference both in acceleration due to less rotational mass/inertia, and in handling... More weight spinning faster is harder to turn.