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      04-16-2010, 10:53 AM   #1
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What kind of wheels are these??

These are amazing and I have searched for days but I cannot figure out what wheels these are (and how to get them!). Thanks in advance!
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These are amazing and I have searched for days but I cannot figure out what wheels these are (and how to get them!). Thanks in advance!
Those are forged Neez 15 Model Wheels: http://neezinternational.com/product09.html
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You Will Want to Be Sitting Down When You Find Out the Price

It will be breath taking. WSTO is carrying some Neez wheels now.
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wow

thanks guys... I just googled and found out they are around 10,000

just checked WSTO website and don't see them. If they were 5k I'd get them now...

They are dropdead gorgeous. Wonder how they look on alpine white...
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yup i remember when IND used them - more pics for you op
http://www.bmwblog.com/2009/10/16/in...lantis-e90-m3/
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thanks guys... I just googled and found out they are around 10,000
yeah generally NEEZ are a little on the expensive side.. but 10 000 sounds a bit much?
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the neez 15 Model is definitely a wheel with a bold statement.
Forged under 8000 tons of pressure and meticulously finished in 2 tone, the full face wheel is a sight to behold.

at 20 - 9.0 front and 20 - 10.5 rear fitments, the wheels only weigh 25.2lbs and 26.6lbs respectively. Of course, this is a full JWL VIA certified wheel with load rating for the 7 series.

The concavity on the 15 model is what really sets it apart.





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Neez are produced in the same 8T forge and factory in Japan and to the same specs as the RACs that have been featured in 2 group buys here. However, the RG63 RAC for the E9X M3 is 5 lbs. lighter (both front and rear sizes).

That's the main reason they were such a bargain at $3800/set in the group buys.
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the neez 15 Model is definitely a wheel with a bold statement.
Forged under 8000 tons of pressure and meticulously finished in 2 tone, the full face wheel is a sight to behold.

at 20 - 9.0 front and 20 - 10.5 rear fitments, the wheels only weigh 25.2lbs and 26.6lbs respectively. Of course, this is a full JWL VIA certified wheel with load rating for the 7 series.

Thanks Julius! Are you guys selling this model? Any cheaper than $10k?
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thanks guys... I just googled and found out they are around 10,000

just checked WSTO website and don't see them. If they were 5k I'd get them now...

They are dropdead gorgeous. Wonder how they look on alpine white...
Ask WSTO for a quote. It looks like they can get the wheels.

To expand on Foosh's comment: RAC RG63's are a great deal. They are made to the same standards as NEEZ, Dinan, and Champion wheels. Ralph Seppard has taken a great deal of care to optimize the design for performance as well as appearance. The RAC RG63's are 19's which does help with the weight vs these 20" Neez wheels.
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Thanks Julius! Are you guys selling this model? Any cheaper than $10k?
we sure can... will send you a PM soon.

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Ask WSTO for a quote. It looks like they can get the wheels.

To expand on Foosh's comment: RAC RG63's are a great deal. They are made to the same standards as NEEZ, Dinan, and Champion wheels. Ralph Seppard has taken a great deal of care to optimize the design for performance as well as appearance. The RAC RG63's are 19's which does help with the weight vs these 20" Neez wheels.
Yes, the Ralph has done a superb job in taking the daunting task of working back and forth with Taneisya on optimizing every aspect of the wheels.

the 15 Model is a much denser spoke design and comes in 20"s. It will be a little heavier, but do expect the same level of fit and finish on every Neez Wheels.
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not sure what to get i want some Breytons Race LS cant get them in the states though sucks though becuase i want those wheels !
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