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post #1 of 44 (permalink) Old 02-03-2017, 11:27 AM Thread Starter
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First SS on VMR 804's!!!

First SS on VMR 804's

This is my second set of VMR's and I couldn't be more pleased.

Specs are 19x8.5et35 and 19x9.5et45
VMR powder coated Bronze Burst turned out flawless. I will get better pictures to show the real quality of the wheel and the color.

These wheels are light weight flow formed at 20.8lbs and 21.2 lbs per wheel. The guys who mounted and balanced these wheels were very impressed with their quality and weight.

Big thanks to the guys over at Velocity Motorsports.
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Nice. Moar pictures please!


Do they drill the center bores for the SS on these, or is it BMW fitment?


Do you remember what the weight is on their non flow-formed wheels, for comparison sake? I can look too, but was just curious if you knew.
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I was just going to put on my 40000lb camaro wheels and tires after getting them powder coated if they clear the calipers but these wheels are nice looking.
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Looks awesome - VMR's custom powdercoat options are so good!
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Nice. Moar pictures please!


Do they drill the center bores for the SS on these, or is it BMW fitment?


Do you remember what the weight is on their non flow-formed wheels, for comparison sake? I can look too, but was just curious if you knew.
They drill to your bolt pattern and center bore upon ordering.
My 710's were 20x9 and 20x10. I think they are around 28-29 lbs

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I was just going to put on my 40000lb camaro wheels and tires after getting them powder coated if they clear the calipers but these wheels are nice looking.
I'm extremely happy with them.
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Looks awesome - VMR's custom powdercoat options are so good!
It was between this color (Bronze Burst) and Sunken treasure which has green and gold flakes. I went with bronze Burst because it is a little more subtle.
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They drill to your bolt pattern and center bore upon ordering.
My 710's were 20x9 and 20x10. I think they are around 28-29 lbs
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Good to hear. I asked because they don't do that with all their wheels. If I remember right for example, a member recently picked up a set of V705 that weren't able to be drilled for the SS (pre-drilled for BMW).
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They drill to your bolt pattern and center bore upon ordering.
My 710's were 20x9 and 20x10. I think they are around 28-29 lbs
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Good to hear. I asked because they don't do that with all their wheels. If I remember right for example, a member recently picked up a set of V705 that weren't able to be drilled for the SS (pre-drilled for BMW).
Oh okay. I'm not sure on that. I know both sets I've ordered directly from them were drilled upon ordering. They have a machine shop in house.
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It was between this color (Bronze Burst) and Sunken treasure which has green and gold flakes. I went with bronze Burst because it is a little more subtle.
My friend had a set of sunken treasure VMR's on his VW CC. I think they have pictures on their website to display the color - an awesome choice but definitely flashy.

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Good to hear. I asked because they don't do that with all their wheels. If I remember right for example, a member recently picked up a set of V705 that weren't able to be drilled for the SS (pre-drilled for BMW).
Haha yep that was me - had to order hub rings but no biggy.
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I'm sure VMR would be glad to machine any wheel to your hub size upon request. We're these wheels bought through VMR or a third party dealer?
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