- Item Weight: 25.1 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 27.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- ASIN: B00267T9LG
- Item model number: MR10777512345
By : Motegi Racing
List Price :
Price : $126.66
You Save : $129.34 (51%)
The Motegi Racing MR107 wheel with its street inspired spokes and contrasting details make you look race prepared. Tuner styling with its 5 spoke style this wheel capabilities a high gloss black machined finish and special rivet facts about the lip. One particular-piece painted aluminum with center cap and a 1 year finish and a lifetime structural warranty. Motegi Racing wheels are the only tuner wheels that are objective-built for specialist-level competition in drag racing, drifting and road racing. Our street wheels have the best blend of attitude, efficiency and style with the most recent technologies and finishes.
- High gloss black machined finish with machined accents
- Unique rivet particulars about the lip
- Five spoke design
- One particular-piece painted aluminum with center cap
- One particular year finish and a lifetime structural warranty
I bought these wheels because I hit a nasty pothole and bent the stock wheels on my 2005 Acura TL. Instead of paying big money for stock replacements, or even half of that for 3rd-party stock replicas, I bought these wheels for about 1/4 the price as genuine Acura wheels.
They seem like a decent quality wheel for general use. I probably wouldn't put racing compound tires on them and take them around Road America, but nor would I with any cheapie cast-wheel. I've had them on over a month now, and they are fine for daily driving, and the look great without being too flashy (I know, looks are subjective.)
Two things that should be noted:
1) They require an acorn style tapered lugnut. Also, the hole the lugs drop into is deep and very narrow. You'll need a very thin-wall deep-socket wrench to put them on, or just do what I did and get a set of spline-drive lugs.
2) The hub is 72.6mm diameter. My TL's hub is 64.1mm. They will mount without a spacer/adapter, and supposedly if you tighten the lugs in a star-pattern correctly, they will be fine. I tried and could not get the wheels to remain perfectly centered, and experienced vibration around 50mph. I would re-torque the wheels (up on a jack, so there's no load on the wheels) and it would fix the problem for a day or so. Then the wheels would slip ever so slightly over time and start vibrating again. My solution was to buy a set of cheap plastic hub-spacers off ebay. They've been on a couple weeks and the vibration has not come back, even though I have not yet performed the standard aluminum-wheel re-torque after 100 miles.
I gave this product 5 stars, because for what they are, they are perfect. They are not Forgelines or BBSs, so don't expect a featherweight, indestructible racing wheel. Expect a decent quality set of rims that will look great on your daily driver.
They all came in very nice. Now that they have been on the car for a couple weeks there are "imperfections" coming out ... but still nice for the price.