THE wheel and tyre weight guide.

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  1. beaniegti

    beaniegti Forum Member

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    A bit of info from a members Car thread on here.

    BBS RA. 6x15. 8.3kg (no tyre)

    B-Star RA rep 8x16. 9.7kg (no tyre)

    All credit to 8olf-blu for getting this info :thumbup:
     
  2. Dave R

    Dave R Forum Member

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    Speedline Comp 2
    ET35 16x7J 4x100
    9.2kgs
     
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  3. f2 ed Forum Member

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    SEAT ibiza mk3 16" 4x100
    10.2kg

    SEAT ibiza mk2 16" 4x100
    9.1kg
     
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  4. GT racer New Member

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    I also have a set of Audi Pepperpots (acquired today.....) and are very light indeed. They are also very easy to redrill to 4/100 fitment due to their flat bolt down face for MK 1 fitment. I am considering to widen them from 6J to 8J in order to get some decent track rubber on them.

    Will post the weight when they are 8J.

    Cheers
    Gert

     
  5. Big Walker New Member

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    weighed my new wheel combo - Enkei RPF1 15x7 wearing a 195/50/15 Yoko Parada Spec 2 tyre with about 6 / 7mm tread

    on digital bathroom scales - 12.4kg :clap:
     
  6. A.N. Other Banned after significant club disruption Dec 5th 2

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  7. murph81 Forum Member

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    What weight are the Dymag's Chris?
     
  8. rambow Forum Member

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    OMG! just realised that's wheel AND tyre?! :o
     
  9. Rayhoop Paid Member Paid Member

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    18 inch Edition 30 BBS Pescara wheels without tyres = 11.3 KG
     
  10. HummuH Forum Member

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    I use this site quite often, I find it good for a general guide on wheel weights: http://measurespeed.com/

    Scroll down for the manufacturers and then find the wheel model.
     
  11. pascal77uk Paid Member Paid Member

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    A new addition after 4 years,


    Team dynamics Pro Race 3

    SIZE OFFSET PCD MIN PCD MAX PCD WEIGHT(From)
    15x7.0 e35-45mm 4 & 5 stud 98mm-120mm 7.2kgs
    17x7.0 e35-45mm 4 & 5 Stud 98mm-120mm 8.2kgs
     
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  12. Dave

    Dave Pedantic Old Fart Paid Member

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    Compomotive TH2 1775.
    They are Subaru fitment, so are ET 50 and 56.1 bore.

    To get ET 34 I have bought a pair of Subaru 16mm spacers which need the holes reaming to 14.5mm and the hub bored out to 57.1. The spacers are good quality made by LAMPA Italy and were just €26 delivered from Mick's garage Dublin.
    The wheels weigh in at 10.87kg and the spacers are 0.56kg.

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