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Just got them in.

BC Forged RS40 wheels.

20 x 9.5 front w/ 275/40/20 Continental Extreme Sport

20 x 10.5 rear w/ 305/35/20 Continental Extreme Sport

Front tire/wheel weighs 53lbs

Rear tire/wheel weighs 57lbs

They are a dark brushed black finish.

The picture is of the 305/35/20.

I'm really impressed with them. They are a true monoblock forged wheel and the finish on them is absolutely stunning. The brushed black finish is transparent at certain angles and looks almost black while looking straight on. You can really see the grain of the aluminum at certain angles.

They are similar to the SRT wheels; however they have a much deeper concave and are lighter to boot.

The wheels themselves weigh about 23lbs for the 20 x 9.5 and 24lbs for the 20 x 10.5.


I'll have to wait until the car comes back from the cam install before I can bolt them on. Oh well... I'll just sit and look at them.
 

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Bravo all around! Can't wait to hear what your thoughts are on the ExtremeContact Sport.
I've ran the Continental DW for a long time and I really like them. They are absolutely superior in wet weather and they wear well for a summer tire.

Although I probably shouldn't, I also run them during Alabama winters and they grip well in 20-30 degree weather.

I assume the Sport is just a rebranded DW with some minor changes.... at least I hope so.
 

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I've ran the Continental DW for a long time and I really like them. They are absolutely superior in wet weather and they wear well for a summer tire.

Although I probably shouldn't, I also run them during Alabama winters and they grip well in 20-30 degree weather.

I assume the Sport is just a rebranded DW with some minor changes.... at least I hope so.
The DW is/was a solid tire that worked out well for many. Glad you enjoyed them!

With the ExtremeContact Sport, Continental tweaked the rubber compound and redesigned the carcass for improved handling - I'm sure you'll love them!

If you haven't already, check out our review of this tire HERE.
 
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