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Some of you may be deciding between the 6UL variants so I though I'd post these images to show the differences. Exact same car. Just jacked it up and swapped wheels. All inflated to 30psi.

Oh and yes, the 15x7 & 15x7.5 are finally in production. Due here in November.

Full resolution versions:
http://949racing.com/server/95/15x75_6UL_205FR.jpg
http://949racing.com/server/95/15x75_6UL_225FR.jpg
http://949racing.com/server/95/15x7_6UL_205FR.jpg
http://949racing.com/server/95/15x8_6UL_205FR.jpg
http://949racing.com/server/95/15x9_6UL_225FR.jpg





 

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949 is SO DAMN HELPFUL in as many ways as I can think of,

but specifically in regards to selling their wheel sets - it helps so very much to actually have a visual representation of what you are getting & how they will look with the reference for multiple variations in tire options.

thank you so much for this. I had contacted you guys about 3yrs. ago?, when I first saw these wheels & noticed how you did such on your website, that I just have to do it again.

it's gotta help you guys out too for avoiding easily answered questions & removing the same copy/pasted phone call questions & answers.

thank you for taking the time to switch out ALL of those tires & rims for our confidence in buying your product.

also, there is not a single autocross or track event that I go to without seeing your wheels littered all over in the pits.

that says a lot guys & so many things affirm that having bought a set of your wheels last year was absolutely the best decision I could have made.

thank you SO much . . . do I get a free sticker now?, j/k guys; just had to share my expereince with all of you again.

good day! don't ever change your quality or business practices
 

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The 15x7 and 15x7.5 ended up being a tad lighter than expected.
15x7 11.5 lbs
15x7.5 11.7 lbs

Some of you may wonder how we keep the same lip size as the 8 while still at +36 offset. The 15x7 & 15x7.5 are a completely new tool. We reduced the brake clearance to fit the OEM Sport Brakes but not the 11" Wilwood or Corrado rotor set ups. That allowed me to push the spoke feet back a few mm and keep a decent sized lip.
 

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LOVE the 9! can't wait for my set this fall!

Great work Emilio. Appreciate your assistance with those pistons, too. Block is going to the machine shop this week and they should be going in shortly thereafter.
 

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Thanks for the pics ! 949 this a great comparison tool!
Whats the height of the NA that the wheels are on, Is it 12" Hub to Fender ?

Now I need to decide on 15x8's or 9's and Black or Bronze
 

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Really useful this, I have a set of 15 x 9s and am just waiting for the tyres...can't wait!!!

Russell.
 

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Sweet, 15x8 6ULs with 225 Toyos have been kicking ass for me. Has anyone run the 275 Hoosiers on the 15x8s? Any problems?
 
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