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I’m sure several have seen the NISMO LM-RS1 wheels from SEMA, which look gorgeous and are fully forged coming in black, bronze, or anthracite finishes. At around $900 each, they aren’t the cheapest option obviously. It also looks like they are already getting back-ordered, so availability might be an issue. There are some alternatives I figured I’d list for anyone who loves that wheel style but can’t stomach the price, or for those who don’t want to wait or just want the best of the best. These are not reps.

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Advan makes the RS-DF, which is another great fully-forged option (5x114.3 PCD). They are more expensive than the NISMO wheels. Might be a great 19x10.5 square setup. It comes in black, bronze, or hyper black in the following sizes and offsets:
19x9.5 +29,+38,+45
19x10 +22, +35
19x10.5 +15, +24, +30

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Work makes the Emotion ZR10, which is a great lower price alternative. It comes in a one-pice or two-piece version, and is flow-forged so they are light-ish, but not fully forged. They come in several colors, which might be a selling point for some. I have a set on my G37S coupe in 19x9.5 +23 front (22.6 pounds) and 19x10.5+30 rear (24 pounds) that may end up on my new Z when I get one…I also have a spare pair of them in 19x10.5+22 (24.2 pounds) in storage so it might be the perfect set for the new Z. They come in the following sizes in 5x114.3:
One piece:
19x9.5 (mid concave) +23, +30, +38
19x10.5 (deep concave) +15, +23, +30
Two piece:
19x9 through 19x12.5, custom offset

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a couple less spokes but you can throw the new NE24s in there as well. they were featured some Z's at Tokyo Auto Show and a racing version is being used on the NISMO GT4
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I’m sure several have seen the NISMO LM-RS1 wheels from SEMA, which look gorgeous and are fully forged coming in black, bronze, or anthracite finishes. At around $900 each, they aren’t the cheapest option obviously. It also looks like they are already getting back-ordered, so availability might be an issue. There are some alternatives I figured I’d list for anyone who loves that wheel style but can’t stomach the price, or for those who don’t want to wait or just want the best of the best. These are not reps.

Nismo LM-RS1-
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Advan makes the RS-DF, which is another great fully-forged option (5x114.3 PCD). They are more expensive than the NISMO wheels. Might be a great 19x10.5 square setup. It comes in black, bronze, or hyper black in the following sizes and offsets:
19x9.5 +29,+38,+45
19x10 +22, +35
19x10.5 +15, +24, +30

View attachment 9928

Work makes the Emotion ZR10, which is a great lower price alternative. It comes in a one-pice or two-piece version, and is flow-forged so they are light-ish, but not fully forged. They come in several colors, which might be a selling point for some. I have a set on my G37S coupe in 19x9.5 +23 front (22.6 pounds) and 19x10.5+30 rear (24 pounds) that may end up on my new Z when I get one…I also have a spare pair of them in 19x10.5+22 (24.2 pounds) in storage so it might be the perfect set for the new Z. They come in the following sizes in 5x114.3:
One piece:
19x9.5 (mid concave) +23, +30, +38
19x10.5 (deep concave) +15, +23, +30
Two piece:
19x9 through 19x12.5, custom offset

(One piece pictured)
View attachment 9929
Welcome to the forum @Goldbug! Those Nismo wheels would look great on the Z. But I imagine they're going to be a nightmare to get.

There's a bunch of wheel examples in this thread that people have put on the Z so far. TE's really look good on the Z.

 
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