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      10-02-2008, 04:50 AM   #1
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WheelSTO - **NEEZ Forged Mono Block for M3**

WheelSTO Presents NEEZ Wheels.

We are now an authorized dealer for Neez International (International Sales Division of Neez Japan).

Neez wheels are forged from a solid disc of high-grade aluminum alloy. 8000tons of pressure is used to increase material density and tensile strength.
This process makes the metal stronger, and therefore the wheels can be made lighter and stronger.

The wheels are 100% machined utilizing state-of-the-art computerized precision equipment, which ensures even distribution of material across all surface, guarateeing exceptional tolerances and outstanding quality.

Benefits are reduced unsprung weight, improved handling and added rigidity, enhanced acceleration and braking with unmatched balance and trueness.

As part of the introduction we are offering 2 of their most popular offerings:

7 Model

E90/E92 M3
19" set
19 - 8.5J +15 (10.3kg) Hyper Black
19 - 10.0J +25 (10.7kg) Hyper Black

20" set
20 - 9.0J +20 (11.7kg) Hyper Black
20 - 10.0J +20 (11.7kg) Hyper Black






with permission from "elmariachi"


Euro Cross Super Rim

E90/E92 M3
19" set
19 - 8.5J +15 (9.3kg) Hyper Black
19 - 10.0J +25 (8.95kg) Hyper Black







courtesy of "crazy bimmer"

Euro Cross European Rim

E90/E92 M3
18" set
18 - 8.5J +13 (9.3kg) Silver
18 - 9.5J +20 (8.95kg) Silver






Feel Free to Call or PM us for Pricing and for more information.

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      10-02-2008, 08:57 AM   #2
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Any shots or chops of them on an M3?
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      10-03-2008, 12:13 AM   #3
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Any shots or chops of them on an M3?
We don't have any pictures of them on the new M3, yet. Japan is sending us a media CD. Will post once it arrives....

I do have some from members of E90post.com...
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      10-16-2008, 12:59 AM   #4
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These are great wheels at great prices, direct from japan.

The 18's are perfect track wheels and if you don't mind the price, perfect for the winter (dare I suggest??)

Call/PM us if you need any information.
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      10-27-2008, 10:17 PM   #5
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Bump for sex rims, but any pics yet? Where is that CD
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      10-27-2008, 10:25 PM   #6
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It's not often you find a strong and light wheel that also looks good.
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Let me get this straight... You are swapping out parts designed by some of the top engineers in the world because some guys sponsored by a company told you it's "better??" But when you ask the same guy about tracking, "oh no, I have a kid now" or "I just detailed my car." or "i just got new tires."
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      10-28-2008, 10:15 AM   #7
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Still waiting for some pictures or for a local customer to put them on, so that we can take some photos ourselves.

Chicago.... anyone?
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      10-28-2008, 12:28 PM   #8
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the 1st set looks very much like the P40's
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      10-29-2008, 02:09 AM   #10
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the 1st set looks very much like the P40's
they are very similar. However, the 7 model has seven Y spokes.

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getting a lot of inquiries on these. these are excellent wheels by a company that does a lot of wheels for Exotic cars.
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those qd7s... cant go wrong w/ them
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      10-30-2008, 09:32 PM   #12
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All PM's replied....

The 18" Eurocross European Rims are superb for track and the winter.
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      10-31-2008, 01:46 AM   #13
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      10-31-2008, 11:40 PM   #14
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Is coloring extra?

Any way you can see if the 18's will fit over the Brembo kit?

How do these compare to the 360 Forge wheels (Split 7 secifically) in terms of strength, price (19" size), and weight? I know you see both, so you can PM if you don't want to answer on the board.

So many nice wheels, but you can only buy one!!
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8000 ton forged 1 piece wheel will arguably be the lightest and strongest wheel out there.

Stronger than 3 piece stronger than cast then machined and stronger than non 8000 ton forged and machined.

These may be the best wheels you can buy for your $$$ that combined strength, light weight and pure sex looks.

The only ones lighter might be Volk racing or Gram Lights

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I agree the NEEZE are great wheels. I'm also interested in how the 360 Forged wheels are made and obviously the cost for the two wheels. Particularly since the MORR wheels have gone up in price CONSIDERABLY.
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I agree the NEEZE are great wheels. I'm also interested in how the 360 Forged wheels are made and obviously the cost for the two wheels. Particularly since the MORR wheels have gone up in price CONSIDERABLY.
The Morr have gone up because it really does cost big $$ to build a beautiful rim.

I think you'll find the Neez and 360 close $$ wise, within the same magnitude. They will be more than the new Morr price still. Be prepared for that.

Two totally different looks with the lip on the 360 vs the non lip Neez

Can't go wrong with either.

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I expected them to go up in price, but they went from around $2,000 int he first Group Buy, to what looks like $3,500 to 4,000 now!!!??? This over the course of a year. There's a lot more competition in that price range.
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Well we bought at $2400 and then it has gone up progressively depending on the finish you want. The Signature will be more than the std finish.

Sorry for the OT.

I am on the Neez program for my next set of rims. Hyper Black will look sweet with my Silverstone.
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Is coloring extra?

Any way you can see if the 18's will fit over the Brembo kit?

How do these compare to the 360 Forge wheels (Split 7 secifically) in terms of strength, price (19" size), and weight? I know you see both, so you can PM if you don't want to answer on the board.

So many nice wheels, but you can only buy one!!
there really are a lot of choices.... on the market.

the 3pc wheels will tend to be a little heavier than the monblock wheels. this is inherent in the design and the hardware that needs to go in to put the wheels together.

As for the price, it really depends on the style and color combo.

As for the 18" with Brembo kit, I will check with Japan and get back to you on that.

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Well we bought at $2400 and then it has gone up progressively depending on the finish you want. The Signature will be more than the std finish.

Sorry for the OT.

I am on the Neez program for my next set of rims. Hyper Black will look sweet with my Silverstone.
sparkyg, thanks for the support. Can't wait to get that set going for you.
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i love the RS-ONE from Neez, but the eurocross european looks great too! these are some quality wheels!
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I expected them to go up in price, but they went from around $2,000 int he first Group Buy, to what looks like $3,500 to 4,000 now!!!??? This over the course of a year. There's a lot more competition in that price range.
You are comparing E90/E92 Group Buy prices with E90/E92 ///M Retail prices. Please PM and I`ll provide all the information regarding our pricing. We were never $2000/set though.

Now back to topic
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