9"? What are you putting them on? A Mustang? LOL With small light roadsters there is such a thing as too much gripDo they make these in a 17x9 ?
That Hypergram 17x9 is 17.05 pounds, at $169 each about the best deal going for a flow formed wheel (both light and strong).What's the weight like on those wheels ??
The site that I use for wheels and tires is: www.tirerack.com.Possibly one of the first configurators to include the 124...
Wheel and tyre configurators the world over show the MX-5; that wasn't my point...The site that I use for wheels and tires is: www.tirerack.com.
There you can not only see a multitude of wheels and tires, you can see how they look on your car, sort of. They show up on a Miata.
The BBS RG-R would get my vote. Its more refined design matches the character of the 124 more so than the others.Photoshop playing
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That wasn't my point either. My point was that TireRack might offer you more choices than the U.K. sight. It shouldn't be any more difficult to get wheels from the U.S. than the U.K. Just trying to help, not start another debate.Wheel and tyre configurators the world over show the MX-5; that wasn't my point...
As an aside, Jax Tyres here in Australia are currently working on adding the 124 to their pictorial configurator guide.
Mine are coming off Monday. Will try to get an accurate weight and post if I get it.Would love to know the weight of the stock Abarth wheels if anyone has taken them off.
Agree. They'd be my pick too. But I guess it depends which "look" you are going for. None of them look "bad" to me. They'd all be a pr1ck to clean!The BBS RG-R would get my vote. Its more refined design matches the character of the 124 more so than the others.