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      04-01-2008, 12:11 PM   #1
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New - Breyton GTS-R

The lightweight version of the Breyton GTS will carry the name GTS-R. We will offer it initially in a staggered 18" fitment with possible 19" and 20" fitments to follow later. It will not look much different than the GTS. The same look to the wheel will be kept while reducing the weight significantly. The backside of the spokes will be a different shape and the spokes may be a just bit narrower. Here are the specs. Price to weight ratio on this will be very nice.

18x7.5" ET 45, 17.5 lbs. $309 per wheel (Matte Grey, Black and Silver)
18x8.5" ET 48, 18.3 lbs. $319 per wheel (Matte Grey, Black and Silver)

Grey and black will have the red stripe behind the spokes, Silver will not.


See post #52 for picture

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Pictures of them on my car: http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=216385
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      04-01-2008, 12:16 PM   #2
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Breyton + lightweight, that's a first!

Found a pic of the GTS' in black:


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Those wheels in the pic look like the Race GT NOT the Race GTS

Id be interested in the Race GT for my 135 but Im not really a fan of the GTS
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is a 235/35 too wide for the 18x7.5?
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Those wheels in the pic look like the Race GT NOT the Race GTS

Id be interested in the Race GT for my 135 but Im not really a fan of the GTS
I stand corrected. Here's the GTS':

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      04-01-2008, 03:02 PM   #6
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Here's the GTS. The GTS-R will be similar. Concave multi-spoke but much less weight.
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I think this style + the weight savings + the reputation + the cost makes it a winner. I may order these!
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      04-01-2008, 04:11 PM   #8
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Its a nice wheel but I like the GT much better. Is there a reason why both work on the 3 series and only one works on the 1 series? I dont understand why they both wouldnt bolt up.
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I like the GT's better myself
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Will the wheel be offered in anything wider for those of us who want to run a staggered setup?
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      04-02-2008, 01:20 AM   #11
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whats the weight for 19's ?
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Will these be available in 18x8 for those of us that don't want a staggered setup?
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      04-05-2008, 07:39 AM   #13
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Gill, are these wheels strong? I still prefer OZ superleggeras, but seeing OZ doesn't seem to produce a rear wheel that is suitable for 245 tyres, I may just have to go for these. What do you think the chances of OZ producing a 8.5 inch with the right offset?
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How are these forged? Billet?, die-cast impression forged vs. non-impression forged?
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Gill I was wondering if you new the offset on these specifically the 18X8.5
http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/Wheel...All&sort=Brand
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Will the wheel be offered in anything wider for those of us who want to run a staggered setup?
The staggered fitment above is the only one offered.

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whats the weight for 19's ?
Not in production yet.

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Will these be available in 18x8 for those of us that don't want a staggered setup?
Unfortunately, no.

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Gill, are these wheels strong? I still prefer OZ superleggeras, but seeing OZ doesn't seem to produce a rear wheel that is suitable for 245 tyres, I may just have to go for these. What do you think the chances of OZ producing a 8.5 inch with the right offset?
It's hard to comment on OZ's future intentions. I'm not sure. These wheels will be as strong or stronger than the OE wheel. Every wheel we carry meets that criteria before it's OK'd for a vehicle fitment.

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How are these forged? Billet?, die-cast impression forged vs. non-impression forged?
These are 1 piece low pressure cast.

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Gill I was wondering if you new the offset on these specifically the 18X8.5
http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/Wheel...All&sort=Brand
That is a 30mm offset
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Gill please keep us informed when these wheels are available.

Very interesting, those weight numbers for the 18's are impressive.

Will there be 19's and 20's sizing for other BMW applications in the future?
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I want to see this in a 19" silver finish for our cars. I will be most interested, especially if they are not extremely heavy.
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So when will these be available?
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So when will these be available?
As of today, these are estimated for 6-1-2008 delivery. This date can change in either direction but this is the current estimate.

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Will 225 fit at the front?
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      04-16-2008, 08:27 AM   #22
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Will 225 fit at the front?
Yes, with ease.
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