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just received this from a friend who found it floating around the internet
i'm pretty sure that that is in Japan, and those rims don't look that bad actually
 

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Kinda different. Look like a boxier version of the CS wheels and with a single nut. Looks like the owner had the black paneles body-coloured as well.
 

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Dj Dirk said:
just received this from a friend who found it floating around the internet
i'm pretty sure that that is in Japan, and those rims don't look that bad actually
That's the 19" BBS rims that are fitted to the Challenge Stradales.
 

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Stradale said:
Dj Dirk said:
just received this from a friend who found it floating around the internet
i'm pretty sure that that is in Japan, and those rims don't look that bad actually
That's the 19" BBS rims that are fitted to the Challenge Stradales.
so my first thoughts where correct, a friend of mine found that pic on a french site and i told him CS rims, he said no way
but you should know better wich is correct :wink:
 

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Stradale said:
Dj Dirk said:
just received this from a friend who found it floating around the internet
i'm pretty sure that that is in Japan, and those rims don't look that bad actually
That's the 19" BBS rims that are fitted to the Challenge Stradales.
That was my thought too but then I noticed the centers are much more square with that compared with those on your Stradale. As well as they are single nut vs. the 5-nut style on your CS. Or so they appear to me...
 

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That was my thought too but then I noticed the centers are much more square with that compared with those on your Stradale. As well as they are single nut vs. the 5-nut style on your CS. Or so they appear to me...
I agree with your conclusion. The Enzo has a single bolt in the center. He would have had to replaced the entire brakes and rotars to fit CS wheels so not likely. Probably fabricated wheels.
 

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the only thing that u hate about those japanese sites, they always post such small pics :(

and they always have such cool cars there
 

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Dj Dirk said:
the only thing that u hate about those japanese sites, they always post such small pics :(

and they always have such cool cars there
Then just look at my personal gallery. I have plenty of photos from that country (including some cute J-Phone girls).
 

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Enzo250GTO said:
Dj Dirk said:
the only thing that u hate about those japanese sites, they always post such small pics :(

and they always have such cool cars there
Then just look at my personal gallery. I have plenty of photos from that country (including some cute J-Phone girls).
i said SITES, this isn't a japanese site :p :green:
 

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and you don't have ferrariforum.co.jp :roll:
I'm working on it. But in order to get a .co.jp you have to be a KK Kubushi Kisha (sp?) which is the same as Incorporated....maybe YK Yugen Kisha can get them too but I'm not 100% certain. :ugh:
 

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Enzo250GTO said:
Rosso said:
That was my thought too but then I noticed the centers are much more square with that compared with those on your Stradale. As well as they are single nut vs. the 5-nut style on your CS. Or so they appear to me...
I agree with your conclusion. The Enzo has a single bolt in the center. He would have had to replaced the entire brakes and rotars to fit CS wheels so not likely. Probably fabricated wheels.
You're right. I checked with the service manager at Ferrari dealer's garage and yes the Enzo has centre locking wheels. BBS make centre locking rims for race cars, so he must have got them from BBS racing dept.

The brakes on the CS and the Enzo are the same though,so the off-set and clearance is OK. Not that it matters now. :D
 
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