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Old 01-21-2013, 12:29 PM   #1
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CF3C Concave from Non-Sponsor

I'm in the market for some new rims. I like the look of the CF3C Concave from Non-Sponsor engineering. I've always been in love with 5 star wheels with a concave look. Having a nice lip on top of that....priceless. I found them under the GTO section of their website so I can only assume they fit. Seems like seatch results are throwing blanks- anyone have any experience with these wheels?
Their site shows them on BMW's, so they should have the same lug pattern as ours.

http://w.ivenue.com/Non-Sponsorengineeri...c-concave.html
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Old 01-21-2013, 12:33 PM   #2
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I take it that price is per rim? Big $$$$
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Jeebus! You're right..
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More CF3C options Forgeline makes one hell of a wheel. You won't be disappointed.
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Old 01-21-2013, 12:44 PM   #5
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More CF3C options Forgeline makes one hell of a wheel. You won't be disappointed.

I saw this, but at over 4k for rims only....
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Old 01-21-2013, 12:46 PM   #6
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Just depends on who you talk to. I went with the SO3Ps. Totally changed the look of my car.
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I saw this, but at over 4k for rims only....

You pay for what you get.

$4k for wheels only isn't that bad considering there are much more expensive options out there. Also, keep in mind that wheels in this price range are actually made to FIT your car unlike $1000-$2000 sets that have "close" offsets and center bores.

I'll gladly pay north of $3k-$4k for wheels that are not only made of much higher quality materials (forged aluminum) but are built and engineered to fit the car.

A wheel that requires spacers or hub rings to "fit" would never fly for me.
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Old 01-22-2013, 08:39 AM   #8
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These are awesome wheels and built for YOUR car.Prices are list and ill be glad to help you out with any questions.
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Old 01-22-2013, 08:43 AM   #9
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im gonna have to agree that these are crazy priced but the ability to have everything made to spec is a beautiful thing that is worth that crazy price.
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Or you could just get the proper offsets and find existing wheels that fit perfectly without a wallet raping.
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You pay for what you get.

$4k for wheels only isn't that bad considering there are much more expensive options out there. Also, keep in mind that wheels in this price range are actually made to FIT your car unlike $1000-$2000 sets that have "close" offsets and center bores.

I'll gladly pay north of $3k-$4k for wheels that are not only made of much higher quality materials (forged aluminum) but are built and engineered to fit the car.

A wheel that requires spacers or hub rings to "fit" would never fly for me.

On the other hand, a high price does not equal high quality. A lot of the "beauty" 3-piece wheels out there are garbage.
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If I were buying a 3-piece wheel, I'd buy HRE. Also, I wouldn't trust any wheel company out of Miami.
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On the other hand, a high price does not equal high quality. A lot of the "beauty" 3-piece wheels out there are garbage.
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If I were buying a 3-piece wheel, I'd buy HRE. Also, I wouldn't trust any wheel company out of Miami.

Ouch! That stinks man. But I could've told you not to trust anyone out of Miami.

Where in Miami are you?
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Ouch! That stinks man. But I could've told you not to trust anyone out of Miami.

Where in Miami are you?

I used to live in the Gables. I'm pretty sure that I've seen you around US-1 before (IBM with Mav Man lip?)
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I'm in the market for some new rims. I like the look of the CF3C Concave from Non-Sponsor engineering. I've always been in love with 5 star wheels with a concave look. Having a nice lip on top of that....priceless. I found them under the GTO section of their website so I can only assume they fit. Seems like seatch results are throwing blanks- anyone have any experience with these wheels?
Their site shows them on BMW's, so they should have the same lug pattern as ours.

http://w.ivenue.com/Non-Sponsorengineeri...c-concave.html

I have the first set of cap3s in 22s i wanted to switch to these in 22s but i havnt talked them into doing them yet lol.Price is relative to the buyer,its a sizeable investment but so is a blower,motor,etc,a corvette cost more than a chevette and forgeline is a GREAT wheel

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It doesn't cost $4K+ to get a wheel that looks good, does its job and lasts.

If you're hell bent on that brand go for it, but a 5 spoke w/ a lip look is somewhat generic. You can probably find something similar for less and function just fine. Just my .02 good luck.
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Looks good but I will never spend over 1000 for a set of wheels
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