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      12-08-2011, 04:13 PM   #1
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Version 2.0 of ADV.1's Novitec F430

Can you tell we’re proud of this F430 yet? We’ve gone a bit photoshoot crazy with this thing and we ordered up yet another session with this Novitec’d 430. This time though it’s sitting on ADV05.1 Superlight’s with a titanium finish. This 1-piece wheel is engineered to remove additional weight from the spoke design while still retaining the utmost strength and performance for high horsepower applications. They look good for tiny little 19″ wheels!





































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looks pretty good
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stunning car

i'm supposed to be detailing one of these in the Spring. Cant wait!!!

he needs these wheels on it.
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Thanks guys!

Try to get him to get a set for his F430!
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one of my three favorites ferraris



perfect!
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I heard their MSRP for the track specific SL's is $24k

who would pay that?
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I heard their MSRP for the track specific SL's is $24k

who would pay that?
Is there a difference between SL's and 'track specific' SL's, never heard of the latter.

For 'normal' SL's in Deep Concave with 19x10F and 19x11R I was quoted $6400 from a vendor on here.
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Track spec SL's are made for 100% track cars. There is a TON of engineering behind it and we make 6 wheels. 1 front and 1 extra rear are made for testing. We reengineer the wheels depending on the application of the car because each and every car has different weights and requires different strong points for the wheel. If you'd like some hard details, please email me at tony@adv1wheels.com. They Track Spec SL's are really something out of this world. There's nothing like them.
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Is there a difference between SL's and 'track specific' SL's, never heard of the latter.

For 'normal' SL's in Deep Concave with 19x10F and 19x11R I was quoted $6400 from a vendor on here.
Yes, big difference supposedly. See above.
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