A good hallmark of any company is thinking ahead and preparing itself for the next iteration of performance. At the same time, recognizing the models that laid the foundation. This is what brings Signature Wheel into preparing some maximum fitments for the ongoing GT350/R, as well as the upcoming GT500. Over the last few years I have been through 8-10 sets of wheels on my own GT350 and GT350R. Each set came at a personal cost of a few grand, but the ability to test wheel, tire, and offset combinations on my own car was important. Also partnering with track focused entities like the Ford Performance Racing School to put products to the test. Fully understanding and being able to explain what will and will not work on these cars is what I believe sets us apart from other companies. Through that process I have a gained a better understanding of what these platforms want, both on track and the street. It has been established that the 950A Carbon Package production will be limited, and there will be many GT500’s with aluminum wheels having a smaller footprint for traction. We are aiming to fulfill the needs of those owners with rim selections that can allow you to maximize grip on track, as well as offer street or track setups for those ordering carbon wheel cars. If any of you have seen the front offsets of the GT500 we anticipate the sunken in look of the front wheels is going to leave many wanting more. Whether your desire is less weight, more caliper clearance, wheel rotation at all 4 corners, or a more aggressive stance we can oblige. The GT350 and GT500 will have many similarities in terms of suspension geometry and philosophy when it comes to track performance, meaning many of the lessons learned from the GT350 will carryover. The newer GT500 brake system is really going to change the game as the car will come with a 20” wheel standard, and 19” wheel fitment unlikely to be an option. With a bridge design similar to the GT350 caliper we would also anticipate many aftermarket 20” options causing caliper/barrel damage as seen on the GT350 as well. This is what brings me to introduce our new maximum fitments for the GT350 and GT500.