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      02-14-2011, 01:49 PM   #1
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PYSpeed.com | Introducing New Line ADV.1 Wheels - Trak Function Series

PYSpeed is proud to present some photos of the new line of ADV.1 Wheels - Trak Function Series

Features:
- Designed for max lip / aggressive offset fitment
- Standard flat or convex forging profiles for deep lip setups
- Forged 60/61-T6 US manufactured parts
- ADV.1's "Entry Level" 3 piece forged series designed around a highly competitive pricing structure
- Trak Function Configuration available on all ADV.1 styles & with all ADV.1 options
- Available in sizes 18" - 22" with widths up to 15" or more
- Order specific sizes and offset, hubcentric cb's and custom finishing standard

Standard Options:
- Standard center disc finishes: gloss/matte black, silve, ADV.1 bronze, gunmetal
- Standard lip finishes: high luster polish
- Standard inner barrel finish: raw aluminum
- Standard centercap: ADV.1 Plastic logo embossed cap

Options:
- Custom finishing in any finish/combonation
- Race Lightening packages
- Fully visible, partial or cmplete bline (reverse) fasterners



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Hi can u pm me for the above set up shipped to UK please
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i thought these was called track specs???
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      02-14-2011, 04:37 PM   #4
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i thought these was called track specs???
Track specs and the new Trak Function Series are different. =)
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from what i understand the track spec is the step lip version of a wheel. what is the track function?
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from what i understand the track spec is the step lip version of a wheel. what is the track function?
Trak Function Series is the same high quality three-piece 6061-T6 forged aluminum wheels but with a more affordable price. These wheels are built to maximize lip sizing while maintaining a standard flat or convex face profile.

Track Spec is deeper concave profile with Race Lightening Machining Package, hope this help ~
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weight of a 18x9.5 roughly?
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weight of a 18x9.5 roughly?
Weight depends a lot on which ADV.1 style you choose.

From 18inch to 22inch, weight is ranging from 23 - 35lbs. Hope this help ~
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ok i got you now, love to hear theyre cheaper. can i get a price for the SEVEN "Track Function" 20x9 and 20x10.5 e92 M3 offset. thanks.
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Thanks for posting this up Eric!

We are pretty excited about our Trak Function lineup and our ability to shift the price point of ADV.1 wheels for this market.
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Woohoo! Eric @ Pyspeed ftw!
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