Signature Wheels


Enzo101

GT Owner
Aug 18, 2015
52
Clarksville, AR
Wanted to share a project I worked on with Signature Wheels recently. Well, to be fair, they did all the work, I just supplied the car. I wanted a semi factory BBS look but with a bit more flair to it. So far they have been great and the company was wonderful to work with. I think from first contact to delivery was 4-5 weeks. Wheels are SV801 "Royal Series." While they are technically a sponsor of mine, I'm only advocating for them because I'm so impressed with the product. If you are interested ask for Terrance (hansologt350r on Instagram)
Pictures: (1_lions_sti on Instagram)

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Enzo101

GT Owner
Aug 18, 2015
52
Clarksville, AR
Not sure why the other pictures are coming up as attachments but theres a few more pictures in the original post.
 
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GTinTN

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Jan 17, 2019
211
Brentwood, TN
Great looking wheels! They resemble the original forged wheels, but have an exotic look.
 
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GTMD

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Jan 4, 2011
912
NorCal
Not only do they look great but you're running Michelin PS4S tires in 345/30 ZR 20s on them. How do they compare in height, ride and handling to the Bridgestones that many of us are running?
 
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extrap

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Jul 16, 2020
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Goodyear from https://tiresize.com/tires/Goodyear/Eagle-F1-Supercar.htm (Couldn't find specs on goodyear.com)
235/45ZR18 26.3” diameter
315/40ZR19 28.9” diameter

Bridgestone from https://www.bridgestonetire.com/tire/potenza-re050a/265-40ZR18/
265/40ZR18 26.34” diameter
345/35ZR19 28.54” diameter

Michelin from https://www.michelinman.com/auto/tires/michelin-pilot-sport-4-s
275/35ZR19 27.62" diameter
345/30ZR20 28.22" diameter

I think I have all of these right, but feel free to correct me if needed.
 

Shark01

GT Owner
Jul 22, 2012
429
Houston Texas
What color shade did they use to coat them and how close is it to the stock color?
 
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roketman

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Check out Forgeline
They make the wheels for the M2
And can make any off set you may need
 
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Enzo101

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Aug 18, 2015
52
Clarksville, AR
Not only do they look great but you're running Michelin PS4S tires in 345/30 ZR 20s on them. How do they compare in height, ride and handling to the Bridgestones that many of us are running?
I wish I could tell you but I've never driven one with factory wheels. The old wheels were ADV1s in a similar size. It rides great with no rub from what I can tell.
 
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Enzo101

GT Owner
Aug 18, 2015
52
Clarksville, AR
What color shade did they use to coat them and how close is it to the stock color?
I went with Aluminum Clear. I don't have the factory wheels so I can't be for certain. I think they're a little shinier than factory.
 

oli

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Sep 15, 2012
101
Hayden Lake
I was thinking how would the Halibrand Ford GT40 wheels look like on the fgt cars?
 
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fjpikul

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Jan 4, 2006
10,881
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Nobody makes them or wants too. That's why you don't see them.
 
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oli

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Sep 15, 2012
101
Hayden Lake
Nobody makes them of wants too. That's why you don't see them.
Makes sense.
 

mach1pannu

GT Owner
Nov 17, 2019
44
These wheels look great. Remind me of the BBS FI-R.
 

BtwoG

GT Owner
Dec 8, 2013
1,012
Atlanta, GA
What are the specs of the wheels? I've been following Terrance on the GT350s. His wheels seem to be very high quality and in high demand.

FYI I was looking at 265x35x19, which is the same diameter as the stock Goodyear.

It still amazes me that we have to use 15 year-old tire technology on our cars if we want the stock wheels.
 
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centerpunch

ex-GT owner x2
Mark II Lifetime
Sep 16, 2005
918
OH/NC
It still amazes me that we have to use 15 year-old tire technology on our cars if we want the stock wheels.
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It is interesting to note that on his new $3 million T50 supercar, Gordon Murray specifically chose not to use carbon fiber wheels or custom tire sizes.
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centerpunch

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Of course, 99% of those T50's won't be driven, so it really doesn't matter!
 

Specracer

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I really like so much about the T50, 1st and for most.... 3 pedal.
 

Enzo101

GT Owner
Aug 18, 2015
52
Clarksville, AR
What are the specs of the wheels? I've been following Terrance on the GT350s. His wheels seem to be very high quality and in high demand.

FYI I was looking at 265x35x19, which is the same diameter as the stock Goodyear.

It still amazes me that we have to use 15 year-old tire technology on our cars if we want the stock wheels.
Sorry for the delayed response. 19x10 / 20x12.5
 
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MTV8

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Jul 24, 2010
946
Houston Texas
I really like so much about the T50, 1st and for most.... 3 pedal.
Not sure exactly what it is, but just seems like something is missing from the design of that car.
 

Hirschy

Active member
Nov 11, 2021
31
Orono, MN
I am so thrilled to see these on your car. They look great. I was seriously considering these wheels, was wondering how they would look, and couldn't believe it when I saw that someone else with the exact same car and color combo already has them.

Which lowering kit do you have on your car?

Thank you,
Marc
 
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