Godsped Omega Wheels Opinion?

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  1. 5-oh-MUSTANG

    5-oh-MUSTANG Well-Known Member

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    Anyone run these wheels? Thoughts on them? I know the front lips like 3" and rears are like 5". Havent seen many sn95 with them.

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    I've seen a picture of them on, can't remember where though.

    I wanted to hate them, but they looked decent.
     
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    Seen them in person a few years back on a white cobra and they looked really good. Car was mint and wheels were black chrome.
     
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    Hows the quality on them? Would a 18x9 offset of 30 and 18x10 offset of 24 work?
     
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    I love em! Want a set so badly for mine! Its not the typical mustang wheel
     
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    Yea exactly. Dont see many sn95 or mustangs for that matter with these.
     
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    dayum I didn't think I liked them much till that. wonder what the width is on the rears?
     
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    Found some cars on IG. I think i can pull em off.

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    If you're into wheels with fake bolts I guess they're cool.
     
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    Count me in then.
     
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    I am curious what it would look like with some black touch up paint on the bolts just to knock them down a tad.
     
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    I was actually just wondering myself if you could remove them at all. It would be a decent wheel without the bolts. But I'm sure they're glued on there or something.
     
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    I don't remember them even having the fake bolts, that may be a later version. I've seen them without.
     
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    can't find any pics without them must have been another company, there was more than one company making this same wheel a few years back.
     
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    I need them in my life. Almost pulled the trigger but bought black bullets instead. Only reason i didnt i had just got my car and seen somewhere that big of a wheel wasnt good for r cars. To big and heavy. But since then ive learned thats bs , and those omegas will be the next wheel i buy
     
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    I think that black mach you posted is the exact same car I saw at MW. They look really good in person. I too have never been a fan of the rivets or bolts or whatever the hell they are tho. And I liked the new line of SVE wheels MINUS the fact that they have the stupid bolts/rivets things on them.. Oh well. Get what you like tho man don't ever buy something because someone else doesn't like them. Personally I think these are some good looking wheels
     
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    I got them installed. I believe the front offset is 30 and rear is 22... Im running 295's in the rear and its almost flush lol? Would i need a spacer, if so how big to make it flush?
     
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    How do you like them so far? How close are they to being flush? I think the stock Saleen wheel offset is 24 on the rear.