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      07-12-2009, 05:47 AM   #1
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EXECstudio.com | Introducing NUTEK Wheels

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Hello everybody. My name is Peter of www.execstudio.com and I am happy to be on 1Addicts providing some new products and services. PM me for any quotes and I will help you out best I can on getting your car setup the way you want. Firstly, we will be rolling out some wheel makes. Later more good stuff will follow.




NUTEK Forged Wheels:




NUTEK Wheels Introductory Special
For the price PM retrodrive or e-mail info@execstudio.com




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^^^ NUTEK 505 ^^^


^^^ NUTEK 509 ^^^


^^^ NUTEK 305 ^^^


^^^ NUTEK Classic 305 ^^^

NUTEK Wheels are on our favorites list in a big way. Click on any of the pictures to read up on the qualities of these wheels. For the price, it is very hard to find a better constructed and optioned out wheel for your car. At EXECstudio we know quality and these wheels are top tier in every way.

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      07-12-2009, 06:03 AM   #2
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these look like a cross between Vorsteiners and Maya wheels.......what makes these different/better?
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Arent the Vorseteiner wheels same as those? Like they are just rebranded?
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      07-12-2009, 03:23 PM   #4
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looks expensive
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      07-12-2009, 03:26 PM   #5
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these look like a cross between Vorsteiners and Maya wheels.......what makes these different/better?
I am sure you are aware of the wheels like HRE or Klassen. NUTEK is a company by one of the former owners of HRE and the quality is right there with them if not better. Maya is simply not comparable to NUTEK...they are not the same class of rim. The advantage of NUTEK over HRE or KLASSEN is that you are paying significantly less for the same quality.

Read up more on them on my web site. It even has a link to a video.
http://www.execstudio.com/products_wheels_nutek.htm


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Arent the Vorseteiner wheels same as those? Like they are just rebranded?
This has been discussed on the e90post already. There is a connection between NUTEK and Vorsteiner (after all they are across the street from each other) but I don't want to spread any rumours or talk about something that I have no complete knowledge about. Lets just leave it at that.



PM me for very special prices on NUTEK.
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wish i had money to blow on rims. i like how you can customize it on the link. makes me want to rob a bank or something, not that i will of course.
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      07-20-2009, 09:37 PM   #7
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wish i had money to blow on rims. i like how you can customize it on the link. makes me want to rob a bank or something, not that i will of course.
We will be running a special on 19" Nutek wheels shortly. The price will be at our cost so that we can get some of these wheels on a 1series and 3series cars. You can already inquire about the price...you will get the price of a special.
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http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=284045

Here is the special. This is only one-time opportunity and I am lucky to offer it just because we have very good relationship with NUTEK. Once we run this one production, there won't be a chance to buy these wheels that cheap.
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      07-21-2009, 04:36 PM   #9
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only once you will be able to buy at these prices. Its a factory direct deal guys!
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      07-23-2009, 12:17 PM   #11
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In order to admire these wheels one must be a fan of both the 3 piece design, and the deep dish design. I, unfortunately, am a fan of neither, preferring the 1 piece, concave style wheels.

Good luck on your sales.
That is true. Cant deny that similar style Vorsteiner wheels look good whether you like those style wheels or not.

Let me know if I can give you a good deal on HRE or DPE Monoblocks!
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so did vorsteiner just copy these wheels like everything else they make or are vorsteiner wheels actually nutek
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lol...there is a lot going on regarding this issue between Vorsteiner and Nutek. All I will say is that VRS and Nutek are across the street from each other and that Nutek does not make VRS wheels.
All I can say is that for the price, Nutek is better value for possibly better wheel.
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Production process of NUTEK. These bad boys are right there with HREs but with a new name. Thats why you get impossibly good prices on these!

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Introducing the Company that makes VORSTEINER Wheels!

True, found out from a VERY reliable source
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Introducing the Company that makes VORSTEINER Wheels!

True, found out from a VERY reliable source
Actually they do not. Another wheel company makes Vorsteiner wheels. There is a mix of drama and mystery between Nutek and VRS but the fact is that Nutek wheels are the best quality you can get...period.

Nutek uses very high tolerances which results in excellent balance of the wheel. They seal their wheels the right way...by a machine. I have seen quite a few companies just slap 3-piece wheels together by hand and let the sealer dry on the sun. I won't name them though

Nutek is a new company out there and that is the only reason I am able to offer the low prices to you guys.
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So sad that awesome wheels are so expensive. Well that was fun. But i think ill stick to VMR GB.
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