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      06-14-2010, 01:40 PM   #1
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Thumbs up ALUFELGEN Wheels - Official 19" SF-71 Group Buy for the 1-Series

Hello 1ers

We already brought you the first exclusive CSL offset for the 1-series with our 18" CS7 wheels. We have had great success with it, it open the doors to the 1-series market and we are proud of it.

We just finished our weekly meeting and it is now time for the next step for the 1-series crowd. I personally suggested a 19" version of the SF-71 in 19x8.5ET45+ and 19x9.5ET50+ while others suggested an 18" version of the SF-71 in 18x8.0" and 18x9.0".

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Looks like the moderators moved this to the Commercial Sales forum, so lets make it commercial! We are officially doing a Group Buy on the SF-71s for the 1-series in 19"! MSRP on the SF-71s are $1099/set we`ll be offering them for $899 + shipping for 20 participants and $800 + shipping for 25+ participants. We`ll require payment in full and GB lead time is about 4-5 months.

Let me know if you have any questions!


Here are a few shots on the ICarbon project car:





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Very nice, any chance of a light weight 19" set?
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Depending on price/weight...put me down for a 19" set.
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Very nice, any chance of a light weight 19" set?
Our SF-71s are already very light. Our 19x8.5" weights only 23.8lbs. If we go with a 19x8.0" version with a high offset we`ll probably be at less than 23lbs for the front which is an excellent weight for a cast wheel.

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Depending on price/weight...put me down for a 19" set.
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Are these 18" or 19"?

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Interested in a set for the right price
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Are these 18" or 19"?
Those are 19".

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Is what is in the photographs respective of what we'd be getting, or did you just machine down the hubs of an existing E9x set?

Can you give us "net" offset/width of what is in the pics? What size tires got mounted?

I must admit that they look really nice, but it also looks like you've got too much concave both front/rear (really agressive fitment).
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interested in a set of the 19"'s for the right price as well...PM me the details please when they come out. I really like the aggressive concavity of these in the pics. Exactly what i have been waiting for. What size tires are they running?
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Is what is in the photographs respective of what we'd be getting, or did you just machine down the hubs of an existing E9x set?

Can you give us "net" offset/width of what is in the pics? What size tires got mounted?

I must admit that they look really nice, but it also looks like you've got too much concave both front/rear (really agressive fitment).
We took the standard 335i fitment of 19x8.5 ET +35mm and 19x9. 5ET +35mm and machined them as much as possible. The net front offset is approx. ET42 which fit on the car without any modifications. The rear 9.5" was machined to about the same offset of 40-42mm. This vehicle has OEM camber adjustment on KW Coilovers. The front tires are 225/40/19 and the rear are 245/35/19.

Surprisingly, for our 1-series fitments, we`ll be able to keep all of the front concavity and most of the rear concavity. We have measured the 1-series clearance and there is plenty of room for us to pull so we can get an "alufelgen" concavity on the 1-series specific SF-71s.

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interested in a set of the 19"'s for the right price as well...PM me the details please when they come out. I really like the aggressive concavity of these in the pics. Exactly what i have been waiting for. What size tires are they running?
Pricing would not be discussed in this thread but will be as low as our previous introductory GBs. Tires are 225/40/19 and 245/35/19.

We are looking to be able to run 255s on the 9.5" or 265s. For 265/30/19 concavity will be a bit less since the offset will have to be higher.
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more concavity is the current demand. looks very good. if I were to change wheels tomorrow, this would be on my list.
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The major question for me and most everyone on here is, will the production 1 series wheels look like the ones in the photos? If so, when can I get them. My concern is that they will look more like the CS7's and a bit flat/less aggressive if they lose any of that concavity.
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I'm interested in a set of 19s pending on the final price and whether there are zero fitment issues as my car has been lowered.

Also, is 245 the widest we can run in the rear? Will the 9.5 rears rub?
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WOW!!!! Great!

19's!
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more concavity is the current demand. looks very good. if I were to change wheels tomorrow, this would be on my list.
Concavity is our trademark. I hope you change wheels in about 3-4 months

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The major question for me and most everyone on here is, will the production 1 series wheels look like the ones in the photos? If so, when can I get them. My concern is that they will look more like the CS7's and a bit flat/less aggressive if they lose any of that concavity.
With the 18", the narrower width and the higher offsets, concavity is not the same as a 9.5ET35 wheel. For the 19" we would like something a bit more aggressive. I can confirm the front will be untouched. On the rears it depends if you would like a 9.0" or a 9.5" version and what tires you have in mind. Our goal is to try to have a 9.5" version fit with 255/30/19 tires.

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I'm interested in a set of 19s pending on the final price and whether there are zero fitment issues as my car has been lowered.

Also, is 245 the widest we can run in the rear? Will the 9.5 rears rub?
There will be no fitment issues even on lowered rides. If anything, the most that will be require will be a slight fender roll if you choose bulky tires.

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WOW!!!! Great!

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i would be VERY interested in 18" in Gunmetal, and if the price is right i will sign up for the GB...being that this is a new fitment for the 135i..how about a "NEW" color just a tad darker, maybe something close to my Advan RS Gunmetal i had prior...or something in between what you are showing and the Dark Gunmetal would also work..These look great as well..grey?? What is the actual color?.Also would the stock size tires be fine on a little wider rim like theses? I want to stay 245 in the rear and 215 or 225 in the front...not a big fan of oversize tires for the street and like to keep the steering balance as close to stock as possible..l

If a GB was put in place what would be the appox month these could be produced...I have cash in hand and ready when you are!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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i would be VERY interested in 18" in Gunmetal, and if the price is right i will sign up for the GB...being that this is a new fitment for the 135i..how about a "NEW" color just a tad darker, maybe something close to my Advan RS Gunmetal i had prior...or something in between what you are showing and the Dark Gunmetal would also work..These look great as well..grey?? What is the actual color?.Also would the stock size tires be fine on a little wider rim like theses? I want to stay 245 in the rear and 215 or 225 in the front...not a big fan of oversize tires for the street and like to keep the steering balance as close to stock as possible..l

If a GB was put in place what would be the appox month these could be produced...I have cash in hand and ready when you are!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
+ 1 on gunmetal being darker. I have the Alufelgen CSL CS7 wheels in gunmental and wished they were darker.
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I want a set of CSLs for my new car once it arrives and I prefer the look of the SFs to the CS7s but I would want the same sizes as the CS7. I'm not interested in 19s or anything wider really.
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i would be VERY interested in 18" in Gunmetal, and if the price is right i will sign up for the GB...being that this is a new fitment for the 135i..how about a "NEW" color just a tad darker, maybe something close to my Advan RS Gunmetal i had prior...or something in between what you are showing and the Dark Gunmetal would also work..These look great as well..grey?? What is the actual color?.Also would the stock size tires be fine on a little wider rim like theses? I want to stay 245 in the rear and 215 or 225 in the front...not a big fan of oversize tires for the street and like to keep the steering balance as close to stock as possible..l

If a GB was put in place what would be the appox month these could be produced...I have cash in hand and ready when you are!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The GB will take approx. 3-4 since we already have the design and CAD.

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+ 1 on gunmetal being darker. I have the Alufelgen CSL CS7 wheels in gunmental and wished they were darker.
We can do a new color. Our current gray finish is Titanium Gunmetal which is ligther than gunmetal. We can do a dark gunmetal which no problems.
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The GB will take approx. 3-4 since we already have the design and CAD.



We can do a new color. Our current gray finish is Titanium Gunmetal which is ligther than gunmetal. We can do a dark gunmetal which no problems.
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The GB will take approx. 3-4 since we already have the design and CAD.

We can do a new color. Our current gray finish is Titanium Gunmetal which is ligther than gunmetal. We can do a dark gunmetal which no problems.
ALRIGHT!!!!!
If you make them in 18" Dark Gunmetal put me on the list!!!!!!!!!!!!

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