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Good afternoon ChallengerTalk!

We finally got setup as a supporting vendor on CT and would love to get some feedback from you members!

We have just launched our first cast wheels, the BM-1 and BM-2, and would love to hear what you think of them. Sizes available are 20x8.5, 20x10, 22x9, and 22x10.5

Here are some pictures:
BM-1
Brush/Black w/ Black lip

bm1-BruBlk2 by SaviniForged, on Flickr

Brush/Black w/ Chrome lip

bm1-BrublkChLip by SaviniForged, on Flickr

All Chrome

bm1-Chrome1 by SaviniForged, on Flickr


BM-2
Brush/Black w/ Black lip

bm2-BruBlk2 by SaviniForged, on Flickr

Brush/Black w/ Chrome lip

bm2-BruBlkChLip by SaviniForged, on Flickr

All Chrome

bm2-Chrome by SaviniForged, on Flickr
 

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beautiful.
 

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What follows is, of course, just personal opinion;

These are both nice looking rims, but don't really fit with the styling cues of the Challenger, they're a little too ornate and busy, whereas the Challenger has a fairly minimalist design.

They would probably work pretty well on something with busier lines or a more intricate grille, but I don't feel that they match up to the muscle car styling of the Challenger and even the new Charger.

I think they'd work on a 300 though, that has a very busy grille, so the wheels tend to work well with that.

Lastly, and this really is just a personal bugbear, but I really don't like the faux rivets around the edges of cast rims, you don't actually have to bolt the two halves of a cast wheel together, so give us something sleek and smooth to match the rest of the car.

I recently spent a great deal of time looking for a nice set of rims for the Challenger, and found a few I really liked, but they either didn't come in the finish I was after (gloss/satin black) or didn't come in the right bolt pattern. I think the lines of wheels like the Foose Legend SS would work great on the Challenger, but of course they don't come in 5x115 in the 20" wheel size (the regular Nitrous Legends do, but only in Chrome).
 

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Savini Wheels... I saw what I believe to be you SV8's at the DUB show in LA last month... I even took a picture of them... (below) What would cost be on them?

 

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I like the wheels but its too much bling for a challenger in my opinion. might look good on a charger or 300 just my opinion. I think these cars look nice in a 5 or 6 spoke design.

again just my opinion,.
 

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Savini Wheels... I saw what I believe to be you SV8's at the DUB show in LA last month... I even took a picture of them... (below) What would cost be on them?


I like the center one, I am guessing you can get different colors. I would liek matching to my black what ever color the 2011 is with red accents where the blue is in the picture.
 

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This is actually the SV-1c from our Concave Series. Shoot me a PM and we can get you setup with a dealer and some pricing.

Savini Wheels... I saw what I believe to be you SV8's at the DUB show in LA last month... I even took a picture of them... (below) What would cost be on them?

 

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....personal, honest opinion? Looks like more of the same style I see are commonly available these days. I never liked the concept of a convex spoke design which I'm guessing is to accentuate the “lip” or rim of the wheel? Again, it’s just my opinion but it looks gaudy to me but I guess this is what folks are asking for these days.

I prefer simpler designs but would even like to see competition/racing variations like these:



 
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