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Discussion in 'TMO General Discussion Forum' started by 50Deep, Nov 17, 2017.
Nice, lots of clearance.
Bright and shiny!
Great looking wheel for that white 350!
The month is almost over, but we aren't stopping now.
SV701 - GT350R Spec Weights
My personal SV701 came in today. These are completed in an OEM GT350R spec with the offsets slightly modified. Wanted to share some weights, as I am impressed that these still weigh less than some purpose built track wheels. Not to mention look a hell of a lot better than some I have seen.
19x11 - 23lbs
19x11.5 - 21lbs
SV104 - Brushed Bronze Tinted - GT350R Spec
I think these may be the first set of GT350R spec SV104 we have completed in Brushed Bronze Tinted. They look bad ass, and I cant wait to see them mounted on the black GT350R they were made for.
SV307 - Brushed barrels/Brushed Triple Black Tinted Face - 20x11 Square
These are the first 20" multi-piece wheels Signature has produced for the GT350 Platform. Impressed with the concavity and lip achieved on the setup. For anyone who was wondering how they might look, here it is. With the owner intending to track these wheels, I know they will look pretty amazing in the apexes. Looking forward to seeing our other multi-piece setups make their way onto the GT350 as well.
SV108 - 2003 Cobra
Since I began this journey with Signature back in November 2017 I knew I wanted to make some headway into the older mustang plattforms. The 03/04 Cobra has always been near and dear to me, so I was very excited to work with Kenny on his 03. We are building some 18x9 / 18x11 SV108 in Brushed Black Tinted for his ride. Hoping to break some hearts for sure.
SV104 - GT350 - 86wtywly
While down at the Fabulous Fords Forever show I had the opportunity to speak with an aspiring track enthusiast named Bruce. He came from running a BRZ/FRS platform car and recently purchased a Shadow Black GT350. After listening to his intent with the vehicle I recommended a few setups he could use to really wake the GT350 up on track, and have room to grow. We will be building him a set of 19x11 square SV104 with anti-slip bead knurling. This setup should get him in at or under 21lbs at all four corners, and look good doing it. Check him out on Instagram @86wtywly
Hope to hear from some of you reading this very soon.
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SV701 Precision Series
The SV701 for my GT350R are finally mounted. Here are some teaser I phone pics. Better ones to follow soon.
Here are some recent photos of @Renzo_romeros SV107 1996 Mystic Cobra
Custom GT350 Lug Nut Update
The custom lug nuts I have been working on in partnership with MGW are finally in production. Hoping to see them in my hands within the next two weeks. From there I will have them heat treated/coated and can finalize pricing. There will be two sets of these made. One to fit the GT350R front and rear studs on cars running our wheels with drop cup centers. The lug nuts will be flush with the end of the stud to provide a very finished look and not leave any exposed stud. The second sets will be built to fit the standard GT350 studs, as they are shorter on both the front and the rear. The finished product will look the same as the GT350R option, and will look awesome with our wheels with or without drop cup centers.
GT350R OEM Pad Option
After having some discussions and listening to feedback from GT350R owners we have decided to offer an oem GT350R carbon fiber wheel pad option. This will allow GT350R owners to run our front wheel without the need to swap out the lug nuts or hubs. It will add weight to the front wheel and reduce the majority of the concavity, but add the convenience of not having to swap out any OEM parts. It will be a straight bolt on with no need to swap lug nuts or studs
Those 701s look much better than the other set you had on there. I like it a lot!
And god damn....that Cobra is absolutely gorgeous!
+1 on the SV701 wheels
Thanks guys. I love the details. Can’t wait to get it in front of a real lense and show some of the machining
A few camera phone photos of our multi-piece Signature Wheel SV307S. This is the first multi-piece set ever built for a GT350. The wheel weights for the multi-piece design are generally heavier than a monoblock. I was impressed when these came in lighter than the 26lb spun forged Shelby American wheels that were on the car before. The fitment is spot on, and we look forward to seeing this car on track soon. Owner is Trak_Wpn on Instagram.
20x10.5 - 24lbs
20x11.5 - 23 lbs
Here we are at the end of May, and celebrating another great Memorial Day Weekend. We have a lot of updates to share, and also want to thank all of those military and first responders that made the ultimate sacrifice. A special discount will be offered to anyone who is a current/former member of the military or a first responder. That offer will expire NEVER, and thanks for your service.
Ready to Ship Sets
SV104 – 19x11 Square Rotatable – Matte Black
I have a set of our SV104 built and ready to ship. They are built in a 19x11 et50 square rotatable setup for track focused GT350 owners. To run these you will need a 25mm front spacer and extended front studs. They are equipped with anti-slip bead knurling and ready to be put to the test. No 5 week wait for these, so get them while you can.
Anti-Slip Bead Knurling
20 lbs each
SV108 – 19x9.5 Square Rotatable – Brushed Bronze Tinted
This is a set of our SV108 built and ready to ship. They are a 19x9.5 et40 square rotatable setup. Perfect for our 2005-2014 S197 owners. Based on the Boss 302 and Roush wheel specs they are cut for big brakes and good for a lightweight street/track setup. Anyone interested let me know as I will have reduced pricing to see these debuted on the S197 platform.
Brushed Bronze Tinted
20 lbs each
SV703 – GT350R spec – Gloss Black
Wanted to introduce @ Shelby_5.deuce into Signature Nation. His Orange Fury GT350 will be debuting our newest wheel release, the SV703. I cant wait to show photos of the wheel on its official release. Be sure to check him out on Instagram.
SV703 – 20” GT350R Spec – Brushed Triple Black Tinted
Started to speak with M6G member @Hollywood some time last year regarding a set of our wheels. He started with a GT350, and made the jump into a beautiful Avalanche Gray GT350R. He will be the first R to showcase the new SV703, and the first in a 20” setup. Good guy that I am looking forward to working with, and glad we found the right wheel for him.
SV104 – GT350R Spec – Brushed Bronze Tinted
Got the first set of Brushed Bronze Tinted SV104 mounted on a GT350R. The initial photos I have received look fantastic against the shadow black. If you see the owner Craig rolling around Buffalo, NY, be sure to give him a thumbs up.
SV307S – 20” GT350 Spec – Brushed Triple Black Tinted / Brushed Aluminum
Our very first 2-piece GT350 setup has been very well received on social media. Here are an additional few photos I have gotten. Be sure to check out @Trak_Wpn on Instagram, at Mustang Week, and on the local road courses.
SV501 Track Spec – 20” GT350R Spec – Matte Black
Our very first SV501 GT350 from The Snake Pit in Ohio was in for some detail work at Blockachip in Ohio. They snagged a couple legit photos. @The_Snake_Pit_ on Instagram
SV701 – 20” GT350R Spec – Gloss Black
Another one of our beautiful SV701 GT350R customer cars from The Snake Pit was in at Blockachip as well. These photos are some of the best I have seen to date. These guys really make me realize how good the 20” wheel looks on the platform. Check them out @The_Snake_Pit_ on Instagram
SV107 – 20” GT500 Spec – Crystal Burgundy
Looks like we have the GT500 specs figured out for the S197. The owner of Blown Dead Line does a lot of custom cerakote work for firearms, but his car is deadly as well. Just broke the 900rwhp mark and looking for more. Check him out @blowndeadline on Instagram
SV501 Track Spec – GT350R Spec - Gloss Gunmetal
Summer is upon us, and our track guys are having a good time. Nothing wrong with hard parking for some photos every now and again though. This Deep Impact Blue and Gloss Gunmetal combination have turned out very well. Be sure to follow @blu_voodoo on Instagram for more.
SV501 Track Spec – GT350R Spec – Gloss Gunmetal / Gloss Black
The creative expression of enthusiasts is one of the things I love the most. @Vudosnake on Instagram decided to split the color of his SV501 to fit both his moods. Wish I was able to see this car running around Canada. With a track day under his belt already the rest of the year should have a lot more in store.
SV103 – GT350R Spec – Brushed Triple Black Tinted/Brushed Bronze Tinted
I may have had a little influence on this build, and I am glad to see it come to life. @agri39 from Instagram finally got his wheels delivered and mounted. His grabber blue GT350 is wrapped in a satin PPF so give the car its unique look. He went from the OEM 19x10.5 / 19x11 - 295/305 setup to a 19x11 / 19x11.5 305/325 setup and still dropped 30.4 lbs of rotating mass. This was with the wheels/tires mounted and balanced and compared for both the OEM and Signature setup. He is already reporting that the car feels faster and is more responsive. #Rotatingmassmatters!
SV702 – 20” S550 Fitment – Crystal Burgundy
Very soon we will have our very first set of SV702 mounted on @S550_Coyote from Instagram. Wheels are getting ceramic coated before installation tomorrow!
Some of the very first sets of the newly released Signature THREE are being mounted and built. These are one of our Flagship Series designed for a low offset. The OEM mustang fenders will not fit them, but anyone running a widebody or fender flares will have one bad ass set of wheels.
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Signature Wheel Precision Series SV703
I have been holding onto this one for a while now. We are finally able to publicly release photos of the new six spoke Precision Series SV703. This is our take on a classic six spoke design, but with our precision series flare. I have been thoroughly impressed with the capabilities of the CNC machine, and this line of wheels continues to show what can be done. Although this wheel was not designed to be a replica wheel for the GT350R, I think it allows those enthusiasts who enjoy that look to keep a similar design. For those investing their money in a new wheel I think its important to get something functional, while still unique.
The first set cut has been done is shown in matte black, and I have created a few extra coloring options to illustrate the design. I have a few GT350R spec sets on order now, but definitely want to see some wild colors end up on the GT350. Let me know what you guys think, and reach out if you are interested.
Custom Lug Nuts
The custom lug nuts for the GT350R platform are done. Measurements came out great and are flush front to rear. They do an excellent job of hiding the exposed studs. I will walk you through some photos and my thoughts.
Here are some photos of the lug nuts after being coated with black oxide. They are freshly oiled so everything sticks to them. Recommended to oil them up every month or so with WD40 on a rag or some gun oil to add some extra shine if you want. I do like the coating and finish overall, although they will scratch if you drop or hit them hard with the socket. Good thing about these is a sharpie will fix any small mistakes you make.
Exposed Studs Before
Here are some photos of the car with the ZL1 Addons titanium lug nuts, and front studs exposed.
Hidden Studs After
I am happy with the product and how it turned out. It accomplishes the goal of hiding the exposed studs, and will blend very well with a dark colored wheel. Even with a lighter colored wheel it takes the focus off the stud and puts it back on the wheel. I much prefer not needing to put my deep socket so far into the lug nut hole and risking damage. I would encourage anyone purchasing a set to have them redone some custom way down the line. From my experience any time you have metal on metal the friction could leave a mark on the surface. If you drop a lug nut or hit it the coating may show wear. My personal idea to really tie it all together is to use some Shadow Black touch up paint to color the very tip of the stud so it matches with the end of the lug nut. In any case, let me know what you think.
Those SV703 look absolutely gorgeous, looking forward to some photos on a GT350
Hello everyone! First off I wanted to wish everyone a Happy Fathers Day. Second, June has been packed with a lot of interesting news for the mustang community. The announcement of the return of the GT350 for 2019 has sparked some interesting conversations. With the 2019 GT350 packed with new tech to make it even faster, a set of lightweight wheels on the 15-18 GT350 will be a great step to keeping competitive. To celebrate Fathers day, commemorate the return of the GT350, and to keep the 15-18 GT350’s as track titans we will be having a 25% off sale for the rest of June. In order to take advantage we need to have your order deposit placed before the end of the month.
SV702 – 20” S550 Fitment – Crystal Burgundy
This is the very first set of SV702 ordered for the Mustang platform. @S550_Coyote took the jump on being the first to debut the wheel, and also in a very eye catching color. The car took best in show its first week out, and I cant wait to see what else the summer brings. For more follow @S550_Coyote and @The_Snake_Pit_ on Instagram. If you are in Ohio and would look to see any of The Snake Pit cars in person send me a PM.
SV702 – 20” S197 Fitment – Brushed Triple Black Tinted
This set of SV702 was built with special considerations in mind. This Roush RS3 is equipped with a custom Wilwood brake setup front and rear. The owner was having difficultly finding wheels that would clear without the use of spacers. The thing I love about the fully forged CNC process is that we can custom build the wheel to clear any brake package. The end result is a wheel setup that fits perfectly without the need for spacers. Very happy to see our first Roush car representing strong. Check out @Bobbyramser on Instagram for more, or contact me so I can get you in touch with The Snake Pit in Ohio.
Our first GT350R spec Precision Series SV703 are built and shipping. In both a 20” and 19”.
Here we are half way through July. 2018 is burning through the days fast, in more ways than one. Here is what we have to share.
Wheel Release – Signature Wheel SV306S
Very excited to share photos of our newly released SV306S two piece wheel. It blends the classic 5 spoke design with some of our modern design influences. I will be running this wheel in a 20” on my GT350R soon and cant wait to see the results. Wondering which of you will follow suit.
Precision Series SV703 Delivered
The first sets of our Precision Series SV703 have been delivered to customers. Test fitting and caliper clearance looks amazing as usual. The new deeper concave profile in the front is looking to be the new standard.
SV301S 20” GT350 – Bradley
Somehow this amazing piece of art is still being kept under wraps. Our first SV301S GT350 has been out hitting the car show scene and enjoying the weather. Looking forward to a full photo shoot with more photos soon
SV307S 20” GT350 – Trak Wpn
As the 20” trend continues to grow it felt only right to show some recent photos from Trak_wpn on Instagram.
More on the way tomorrow. Until then....
Do it once. Do it right. Do it Signature Wheel.
SV501 Track Series GT350R – Oldbmwfan
It literally took about a year for our buddy oldbmwfan to get his SV501 Track Series mounted to his GT350R. The results look good, and his first track day was a success. Sometimes a little delayed gratification is worth it.
SV501 Track Series GT350R – Dtmaso
At the private track event we held earlier in the year my good buddy Steve had a chance to put his SV501 Track Series to the test. Here are a couple photos of him giving Buttonwillow Raceway Park some hell.
SV501 Track Series – Colin/Vudosnake & Chrisgonzales
Our buddy Vudosnake is currently on a rally across Canada an the US. Here is a solid side shot of his car before the rally livery. While I think everyone knows the infamous Chrisgonzales’ S550 on the SV501 as well. Chris calls him self aggressively subtle, and I am not so sure about the subtle part.