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Old 06-15-2013, 05:17 PM   #1
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If you're looking for real Zr1 wheels in black powder coat that are unmounted, complete with tire pressure sensors and brand new tires and want them for about 1/3 what you'll pay anywhere then keep reading.

These are genuine 2011 OEM Zr1 wheels that have been powder coated Matte Black (like a satin). Michelin Pilot Sport ZP runflat tires in factory sizes. TPMS sensors. Heat cycled for the best traction, tire life, and balancing. They haven't even been mounted on the car since powder coating and the tires have ZERO miles. By zero I mean they still have the rubber hairs on the tread. Not one flaw on these rims and tires. They are as brand new as you can get.


Buy these for only $3000 plus shipping. Prefer local pickup in central FL area. Shipping UPS ground usually runs around $150 depending where it goes.

Give us a call 407-221-8040 or email me. These are for sale, not trade.
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Old 06-15-2013, 08:03 PM   #2
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Nice & a bump!
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Old 06-16-2013, 09:41 AM   #3
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Thanks Mefly!

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Old 06-16-2013, 07:44 PM   #4
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Quite a bit of interest but nothing serious yet. Not ever mounted or driven one INCH since powder coating and tires. Flawless.
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Old 06-18-2013, 07:29 AM   #5
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Still available. Also checked the DOT production date on these tires is in 2012.
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Few guys have asked about heat cycling. Here's a little info about how it improves the life and traction of your tires.... And how the machine-type won't wear your tires like track-heating does (these are marked with a yellow paint mark 'heat cycled' on each tire)

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Old 06-18-2013, 06:38 PM   #7
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nice link, but they arent soo good at math. if the fastest time is 2 minutes, how do you get to 1:20? lol.



Leave the pits gently and gradually accelerate down the track. Maintain a consistent speed equal to about six-tenths your fastest ever pace for two laps or two miles (whichever is greater). Example: if your fasted recorded lap time is two minutes, try to run a lap at no less than one minute and no greater than 1:20.


Read more: How to Heat Cycle Tires | eHow http://www.ehow.com/how_6595419_heat...#ixzz2Wbt6SDss
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Old 06-18-2013, 06:45 PM   #8
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LoL thanks Flange. I'm not that knowledgable on it other than I know if you want your tires to stick the best they can, this is pretty crucial. If you're running a 13" wide tread I'm pretty sure traction is important
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nice link, but they arent soo good at math. if the fastest time is 2 minutes, how do you get to 1:20? lol.



Leave the pits gently and gradually accelerate down the track. Maintain a consistent speed equal to about six-tenths your fastest ever pace for two laps or two miles (whichever is greater). Example: if your fasted recorded lap time is two minutes, try to run a lap at no less than one minute and no greater than 1:20.


Read more: How to Heat Cycle Tires | eHow http://www.ehow.com/how_6595419_heat...#ixzz2Wbt6SDss
The last part should read "no less than 3:00 and no greater than 3:20." Or maybe by following their instructions, it's magic, and we can beat the laws of physics. Like the guy cross-examined by Joe Pesci in "My cousin Vinnie" who was cooking grits in his kitchen when the robbery occurred.
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Ok. Decided $3000 plus shipping or local pickup...... or they're either going on my car or eBay. These wheels are too bad a$$ to be sitting here brand new like this. You can't beat this deal with OEM unmounted with TPMS (2010 and newer) and brand new tires.
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Ok. Decided $3000 plus shipping or local pickup...... or they're either going on my car or eBay. These wheels are too bad a$$ to be sitting here brand new like this. You can't beat this deal with OEM unmounted with TPMS (2010 and newer) and brand new tires.
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Thanks Gerry! From a guy who sells the high-end wheels you do, that is much appreciated!

Anyone interested email or give me a call 4o7-221-8o4o
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Just to clarify, these are the Michellin Pilot Sport ZP run flats not the OEM Cups. These tires stick like glue when they warm up.... Perfect for high HP traction.
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Flawless OEM..... Zero miles

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May be a dumb question but will these fit a c6 z06?
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Old 06-26-2013, 07:31 AM   #17
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Yes they will fit.
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Will they fit a C6 coupe?
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If these were chrome I'd be very interested.
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They were chrome originally

They won't fit a coupe without wide rear fenders.
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