Only 3 companies currently offer true forged aluminum alloy wheels for our cars.
Centerline makes 5 or 6 different styles in 4 different sizes (15-18), but offers only 7" wide and +42 offset. $1100-$1200 for 4 in a 17.
O.Z. makes 2 models, one is 18x8 and the other 17x8, 17x7 may or may not be availble later. The 17x8's start at $325 each on Tirerack, 18x8's around $350 each.
ADR is about to release a TrakLite knockoff under the PSR brand that is available 15-17 x 7 only, in a +40 offset. I'm trying to get a group buy goin that would bring the 17x7's down to around $800 for 4 including shipping. Not a lot of takers yet, people want bigger sizes.
Worth noting that thee ARE other options, but cost is an issue...
Raceline will make you a set of true 3 piece forged center wheels in whatever style and size combination you want, and not too expensive all things considered at $300-$500 each depending on size and finish. Not as light as the others though.
BBS will scare you up some 10-13 lb 17's in whatever size and offset you want - for around $1,600 EACH.
Forgeline will also custom-drill you a set STARTING for a little over $2500 for the the set.
And for now that's about it... Many companies offer our bolt pattern now, ans most of them for their entire product line or nearly so - except their lightweight forged wheels, LMAO...
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RIP "Sally" - Pacific Blue 2005 Ion Redline Comp Pack
14.8 @ 96 mph, 2.3 second 60' - 100% stock on stock tires, 85 degrees out at 2200 ft altitude...
207 whp, 187 wtq, 100% stock uncorrected
numbers on a mustang dyno...
Last edited by BigBrother; 04-08-2009 at 12:50 AM.