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riceburner

Autocross Champion
Location
Nice Try, PPNT!
Car(s)
MK7 R
received car is RSE10's. Liked them, they are great wheels, but didn't LOVE the look
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Tried RPF1's because i've always loved these wheels. They looked pretty good IMO but didn't 100% match the car and i wanted to go the 'blackout' route

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Konig Ampliforms, almost the same color as the car but a shade or two darker
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oddspyke

Autocross Champion
Location
Middletown, DE
Car(s)
2016 GTI, 2018 ZL1
I have a set of bronze Neuspeed RSe142's (19x8.5 +45) on my GTI. Love these wheels. I was originally going to buy a set of fifteen52 Holeshot RSR's but decided to skip them when they went up in price earlier this year. I'm very happy with my choice!
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I'm astonished these aren't more popular, but I guess people really like their RSE10s 🤷‍♂️

I've had mine 3+ years now and never seen another GTI with them. Also, they've held up very well.

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riceburner

Autocross Champion
Location
Nice Try, PPNT!
Car(s)
MK7 R
those look awesome!
 

22dias

New member
Location
New Zealand
What are your thoughts on the following options?

1. 18x8 +35 RPF1s - Will need rings and wobble bolts

2. Konig Ampliform 18x8.5 + 43 (225/40) - stock tire

3. Konig Freeform 18x8.5 + 43 (225/40)

Kind of leaning towards the RPF1s.
 

mk7_sam

New member
Location
Toronto
Car(s)
2019 VW Golf R
What are your thoughts on the following options?

1. 18x8 +35 RPF1s - Will need rings and wobble bolts

2. Konig Ampliform 18x8.5 + 43 (225/40) - stock tire

3. Konig Freeform 18x8.5 + 43 (225/40)

Kind of leaning towards the RPF1s.

Maybe I'm missing something, but RPF1s come 18x8 in 5x112 et35. Why the wobble bolts?
 
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