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    Konig Hypergram

    Hello all,
    Does anyone have any more info on these?
    They look like they should be around 800 a set and weigh around 20 lbs which is not too shabby
    they look like they use a similar tech to the enkei MAT tech
    And they claim they were created with big brake kits in mind but i cant find any actual specs to see if they will clear the brembos. I cant find any release info either


    Thanks for any info!

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    konig milligrams clear evo x brakes so i would imagine if the size/offset is similar, hypergrams would work.

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    They do fit, got them in 18x9.5 +25 and its perfect. its flush with the fender and does not rub on 265/35/18 p-04's which run fairly wide. It's lowered on swift spec-r's and the best part is only 19.2 lbs a wheel for around $800

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    Haha I read it as 26.1 lbs at first, they look good man.

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    ^I thought the same thing. That would suck if they ended up being 6 lbs heavier than advertised...
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    I like them. I think I'll order a set with pilot super sport. I also got a set of used kw v3. Waiting to install those to adjust height. I was wondering if 10.5 might be too wide. How are they holding up. Any sign of weakness?

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    They are holding up great. I even ran over a curb fairly hard in a parking garage accidentally and they were fine, no dents or anything. I would def give them a shot

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    I calle my guy at discount tire Saturday. I should have them by the end of next week
    Got the grey , 9.5 with 265x35x18 pss

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    They look good. I might be the only person that prefers no concave.

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    I think this is their best looking wheels. Not sure if there is a size for Evo X. BMW has some similar wheels(Interform).

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    I love the wheels. Light and look great on the car. Glad I found this thread before I bought wheels.

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    They look great man! I like the gray w/ the black, it gives it a nice contrast with out being too shiny

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheIntrepidMontti View Post
    They look great man! I like the gray w/ the black, it gives it a nice contrast with out being too shiny
    I agree, black is nice or gray.

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    Anyone run this wheels with 18x8.5 +35 offset?

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    Quote Originally Posted by s2krunner View Post
    Anyone run this wheels with 18x8.5 +35 offset?
    if ur gonna spend money and buy new wheels. at least buy some 9.5" wide and make it worth it! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeesEvoX View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by s2krunner View Post
    Anyone run this wheels with 18x8.5 +35 offset?
    if ur gonna spend money and buy new wheels. at least buy some 9.5" wide and make it worth it! lol

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    Yeah, that makes sense since their price arent much different. But their 8.5 is pretty light lol

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    Bringing this thread back from the dead. I was thinking of running this set up as well, I know people say they don't rub in the rear, but can anyone tell me if these will rub during track use? I really want to avoid rolling the fenders.

    I'm running Ohlins so I won't be any lower than 1" to 1.5" all around. I want to run 265/35/18 on a 9.5" rim with +25 offset.

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    It is my understanding that Konig and Enkei are owned by the same conglomerate parent company (YHI International Limited). Has anyone actually done a material analysis to determine if the alloys used in both wheels (Enkei and Konig) are identical? It would stand to reason that they are, but it would be interesting to find out.
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