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      12-16-2009, 10:26 PM   #1
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Modulare Forged = good or Bad?

Hi guys,

I've been lurking for awhile but finally made the jump and am now looking at a set of Modulare wheels. Has anyone had any issues with this particular brand? Please feel free to e-mail or pm me anytime.

Thank you in advance,

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      12-17-2009, 01:04 AM   #2
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I have a really nice set. I don't trust quality until I see stuff in person and these came out great. Forged 3-piece wheel so it's not going to get light but they're a little heavier than stock
I went with a custom finish on all pieces even the bolts and the finish came out perfect a lot better than some other stuff I've seen...x1000000 better than anything 360 forged could come up with so no runs or fitment issues or anything like that.
I love them, for what they are. Contact the WheelSTO Julius knows a lot more about them than I do. He could get in depth about them
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I have a really nice set. I don't trust quality until I see stuff in person and these came out great. Forged 3-piece wheel so it's not going to get light but they're a little heavier than stock
I went with a custom finish on all pieces even the bolts and the finish came out perfect a lot better than some other stuff I've seen...x1000000 better than anything 360 forged could come up with so no runs or fitment issues or anything like that.
I love them, for what they are. Contact the WheelSTO Julius knows a lot more about them than I do. He could get in depth about them
ive seen pics of your car with them on wow does your car look HOT
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      12-17-2009, 01:13 AM   #4
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Oh lol your local, I was wondering how you saw pics of them if I don't even have them. lol

You must've gone to the STO

and thanks
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Panda - your car looks great. Did you buy from WheelSTO and how was your experience with them?
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Yeah WheelSTO. Bought both of my last sets of wheels from them. Extremely knowledgeable group of guys over there and go beyond my expectations as a vendor.
Hey they even took me on a snowboarding trip for free

But in all seriousness they keep you up to date on everything and treat your order as if it were their own.

ps. where did you see pics (Nate)? I haven't even seen them lol

Here's two pics of the wheels Johan put in one thread



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very nice!
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we love our Modulare wheels.

Like all new brands we were skeptical to carry them in the beginning as they were fairly new to the market and we had no experience with them.

Then we got samples and more samples from them and in different designs and fitments and got a chance to see them in person and we were amazed.

They have a good mix/portfolio of designs and most importantly they truly custom the wheels for us.

For example, you can get such features as different color variations on the face and lip, but they take it to a higher level with the ability to do all hidden hardware to a few showing to a full bolted design. You also get to decide on the center design (circle or pentagon).

Modulare really pays attention to detail and they have shown support to us and our customers for us to be 100% confident in selling the products to our clients.
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we love our Modulare wheels.

Like all new brands we were skeptical to carry them in the beginning as they were fairly new to the market and we had no experience with them.

Then we got samples and more samples from them and in different designs and fitments and got a chance to see them in person and we were amazed.

They have a good mix/portfolio of designs and most importantly they truly custom the wheels for us.

For example, you can get such features as different color variations on the face and lip, but they take it to a higher level with the ability to do all hidden hardware to a few showing to a full bolted design. You also get to decide on the center design (circle or pentagon).

Modulare really pays attention to detail and they have shown support to us and our customers for us to be 100% confident in selling the products to our clients.
Totally agree on Julius on this one.

We have used Modulares on quite a few of our recent project cars and will be launching a new Modulare style + custom finish on my PROJECT E89 Z4 in the next month or so.
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+1 for WheelSto. I recently purchased a bunch of Audi parts and they were extremely helpful with the entire process.
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Those look beautiful. Man, I can't wait to get settled into my condo and them work on getting this car. It's making me crazy waiting!!
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we love our Modulare wheels.

Like all new brands we were skeptical to carry them in the beginning as they were fairly new to the market and we had no experience with them.

Then we got samples and more samples from them and in different designs and fitments and got a chance to see them in person and we were amazed.

They have a good mix/portfolio of designs and most importantly they truly custom the wheels for us.

For example, you can get such features as different color variations on the face and lip, but they take it to a higher level with the ability to do all hidden hardware to a few showing to a full bolted design. You also get to decide on the center design (circle or pentagon).

Modulare really pays attention to detail and they have shown support to us and our customers for us to be 100% confident in selling the products to our clients.
Can you show me the difference betwEen a circle or pentagon design for the center design.
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