Those Enkei's are very very nice. They don't even look bad on a stock suspension (which how my next VW will remain if I decide to go with a GTI).One of the wheels i'm looking at, Enkei RS05RR
Thanks for the link, definitely am considering the Night Blue as my first choice now. Anybody know what wheels are on this one?Those Enkei's are very very nice. They don't even look bad on a stock suspension (which how my next VW will remain if I decide to go with a GTI).
Here is another thread that has a mix of stock and aftermarket wheels:
I'm struggling with this a little bit because I've never bought aftermarket alloy wheels before. How important is it to get wheels that match the center bore? I'm seeing some cautionary tales against centering rings. So far the only wheels I've found with a 57.1mm center bore are from VW (I do like the Laguna wheels they're putting on the 2014 MKVI in the US), the Neuspeed wheels, the BBS CO and CS5 wheels, and the VWR wheels (although those seem to be hard to find in the states).
Those appear to be the ATS Racelight in grey:Thanks for the link, definitely am considering the Night Blue as my first choice now. Anybody know what wheels are on this one?
Thank you, i like them in the hyper silver for my color choices and the 18x8.5 would be great if the offset is correct.Those appear to be the ATS Racelight in grey:
You may be able to purchase an additional set of sensors and have them programmed also, not sure about VW's but i'd think it would be possible.We havent owned a VW with a TPMS in the wheels. If you replace with a set of aftermarket wheels or winter steelies that do not have this do you have to live with the annoying light on the dash glaring at you?
Just to be clear, are you saying you have information that suggests these will be available in the U.S.? If so, you may have just cemented your status as a rock star on this site.These are the wheels I would like. 19 inch Santiago wheels. Shout out to Seattle J!