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Ratings & Reviews Enkei Racing RPF1 Bright Silver Paint

Based on 21 submissions of our online survey.
Average Rating:
4.5 out of 5
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    • Vehicle: 2012 Volkswagen Beetle Turbo
      Wheel Diameter: 17
      • Location:
      1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
      April 28, 2017
      These Enkei wheels have a great "retro" look on my 2012 VW Beetle Turbo. My OEM wheel/tire combo weighed in at 60# (19" Tornado w/ 245/40/19 Falken G4), and the new wheel tire combo weighs in at 35#. Handling is much lighter and responsive and ride quality is much improved on the uneven streets of Louisville, KY. I have only had them on for about 100 miles so nothing to report as to gas mileage improvements, but I suspect there will be a significant jump.
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      • Vehicle: 1993 Mazda RX-7
        Wheel Diameter: Not Provided
        • Location:
          SEATTLE, WA
        3 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
        October 28, 2016
        I bought the 18x9.5" +45 wheels for all corners; staggered sizes are for looks, not performance, especially in a perfectly balanced car like the RX7. Plus, I can rotate front to rear. They are fitted with 255/35-18 Michelin Super Sports; these are my favorite street tire bar none, but they are not very good at all in the snow...heck, they're not meant for that! I bring it up simply as a caveat. They are, however, excellent in the wet. I also have them on a warmed-up '97 Volvo 850, but I highly recommend the Conti DWS for all season use, which I have on my other 850, my daily. Back to the wheels. This 18x9.5" +45 wheel with the 255/35-18 tire fits on all corners with no lip roll and no rubbing, at least so far. Visually they fill the wheel wells nicely without looking stuffed. At 17.4 lbs (Enkei's spec, not the 17.6 Tire Rack states) they are only about two pounds heavier than the stock (Enkei) 16x8 +50, the wide tires add about three more pounds over stock. Though significant, the increase in track, sidewall stiffness and rubber on the road more than make up for the increase in unsprung weight. The overall diameter of this setup is about a tenth of an inch larger (0.1"), which only serves to make the speedometer more accurate, as it's a bit optimistic with the 16/225's. Plus, the RPF1 is much stiffer. These wheels and tires plus the Ohlins coilovers make an incredible car really unbelievable! A great improvement. With all Mazdas it really pays huge dividends to be very mindful of total wheel weighted they are all very sensitive to heavy wheels. And avoid the 16x7" wheels-that's an inch narrower than stock! I highly recommend the RPF1's-AND the Michelins-a great street set up-and occasional track/auto-x. IMHO they look great, though not quite as nice as the discontinued SSR Star 5-spoke-which was beautiful in its simplicity but heavier and prone to cracking-and breaking.
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        • Vehicle: 2015 Subaru BRZ Limited
          Wheel Diameter: Not Provided
          • Location:
            LACEY, WA
          6 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
          October 17, 2016
          The benefit over stock wheels was immediate. My BRZ felt like it was leaping off the line. Unfortunately I haven't had a chance to measure my acceleration times yet, and the wheels arrived late for my last track day (not from Tire Rack, not their fault!), so I haven't had a chance to get quantitative results. But the difference was so obvious, and the revs came so much quicker it felt as if a great burden had been lifted off of my motor, kind of like when you're towing a trailer with a pickup and finally drop it off.

          Paired with Bridgestone RE-71R rubber in the summer and a new PST Carbon Fiber Driveshaft only a couple weeks later, I am now a convert to the church of rotational mass reduction. The single piece CF driveshaft especially added an additional snap to acceleration.

          The combo of those three items alone felt almost like I had gone to get headers and a tune again. I may not bother with forced induction, the car is that much fun to drive now. The only bummer is that they're my summer set and winter is coming! Who knows, I may need another four so the fun never ends.

          One note: You will want aftermarket lug nuts. Probably long/skinny ones with a key. Stock lug nuts and tire irons will damage the wheels for lack of clearance. aluminum lug nuts are expensive and typically good for only a handful of uses before they start to strip so save your money and go with steel.
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