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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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