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Old 13-01-2015, 16:53   #1
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Standard Evo VI OZ's?

Hi,

Does anyone have any ideas on the exact model of OZ that the standard Evo VI GSR uses, they look very similar to Superturismo's. Any ideas where to find them and roughly what I should be paying?

The car I've just purchased has Evo X OZ's and I'm thinking of reverting back to standard, is there a market out there for Evo X wheels too?

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Old 13-01-2015, 19:31   #2
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Quite a few sets come up second hand. May be your best option and refurb. Also a good market for x wheels. I would of wanted them a week or so ago had I not had my standard oz's refurbed.

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Old 13-01-2015, 19:47   #3
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They are evo x Enkeis btw bud
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Old 14-01-2015, 16:27   #4
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Ahh yeah, forgot the Evo X is Enkei not OZ... any ideas what a perfect conditioned set with good tyres all about 4-5mm would be worth?

Is there a site with the standard sizes; offset, PCD, etc?
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Old 14-01-2015, 18:22   #5
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The measurements should be on here bud. Just search for evo X standard enkei.

They tend to hold their money quite well as the are sought after by the older model guys.

You looking at anything from 600-900 if the are in VGC depending on what rubber is on them mate
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Old 15-01-2015, 15:01   #6
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Thats good, there on Falken 453 Azenis's and are in excellent standard condition so should be worth a fair chunk I guess.

I've found these; http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/17-ENKEI-A...item4d2b88d2b8 seller is adamant there Enkei's but I thought they looked like the OZ's can anyone shed any light on them?

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Old 15-01-2015, 16:07   #7
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Thats good, there on Falken 453 Azenis's and are in excellent standard condition so should be worth a fair chunk I guess.

I've found these; http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/17-ENKEI-A...item4d2b88d2b8 seller is adamant there Enkei's but I thought they looked like the OZ's can anyone shed any light on them?
Yeah they are just standard 17" OZ Racing Evo VI alloys
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Yes you are right - Std E6 wheels were OZ Superturismo's.
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Don't they have enkei stamped on the back of them? Pretty sure the evo 5 ones I sold about 7 years ago had enkei on the back.
I just thought that enkei had made them using an OZ design or something like that.
I could be way off the mark though as I've had a few drinks.
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Don't they have enkei stamped on the back of them? Pretty sure the evo 5 ones I sold about 7 years ago had enkei on the back.
I just thought that enkei had made them using an OZ design or something like that.
I could be way off the mark though as I've had a few drinks.
The first time I noticed that was a real head scratcher as the OZ stickers had rubbed off on the set I had
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Old 17-01-2015, 19:08   #11
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You've just confirmed something that was mentioned to me, I was recently told the standard wheel's were Enkei yet had OZ centre caps and graphics.... talk about leading people astray!
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If they are Enkei regardless they are all marked in the cast
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Don't they have enkei stamped on the back of them? Pretty sure the evo 5 ones I sold about 7 years ago had enkei on the back.
I just thought that enkei had made them using an OZ design or something like that.
I could be way off the mark though as I've had a few drinks.
You are right I was looking at a set on eBay I questioned why he was selling them as Enkei when they said oz👁
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I have a set of oz alloys with good tyres for sale if your still looking?
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I THINK that the V wheels were Enkei RPF but had OZ Racing F1 Branding!
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