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Old 07-11-2011, 08:03 PM   #1
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Drag Star Wheels

Just FYI....there could be another, more affordable option coming for light-weight drag wheels. I called Race Star Industries earlier today and asked about the compatibility of their Drag Star (92 series) wheels with the 5th Gen Camaro SS. I was told that the 17x4.5 will fit (w/o the roller skates), and that their engineers are currently working on a design to get their 17x9.5's to fit in the rear. Hopefully, they just come out with a redesigned 17x10 or even wider (I hope). They said they are hoping to have a solution for the rear fitment within 3 to 4 weeks....(we'll see). Anyway, with their "Uni-Lug" bolt pattern fitment, they said the 5x4.75 will fit our 5x120 bolt pattern without any problems (hub centric rings are recommended though). I was also told they are considering making some 18" sizes too. And that they will have 20x7.5" and 20x10.0 available very soon. I know some people may have a negative opinion of these wheels because they supposedly start life as a Chinese Casting, but in my opinion, they are light-weight, functional, and very affordable.....(and I think they look really good too, especially the "Dark Star" coming out soon). Hopefully, these will be a much more affordable alternative to all the problems with the Weld RT-S wheels. Take a look.... Whattaya think?

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Old 07-11-2011, 09:38 PM   #2
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I have Greg Weld(same wheel) 15s on my 3rd gen. They have been good. I had them painted black. They don't feel as light as another set of weld wheels I have (convo pro).
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I have Greg Weld(same wheel) 15s on my 3rd gen. They have been good. I had them painted black. They don't feel as light as another set of weld wheels I have (convo pro).
Yeah, since they are admittedly a "cast" wheel, I'm sure there are some lighter options out there, but these are still not bad. I was told that their 17x9.5 weighs in right at 20.0 lbs, and the 17x4.5 is about 14.0 lbs.
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4.75" x 5 is NOT the same as 120mm x 5. Yes, it is only 25.5 thousandths of an inch difference but that is a lot when it comes to error tolerances, especially on something as critical as bolting on wheels.

I thought I would try it myself and tied mounting a 4.75"x5 bolt pattern on a 4x120 hub and it was WAY off.
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4.75" x 5 is NOT the same as 120mm x 5. Yes, it is only 25.5 thousandths of an inch difference but that is a lot when it comes to error tolerances, especially on something as critical as bolting on wheels.

I thought I would try it myself and tied mounting a 4.75"x5 bolt pattern on a 4x120 hub and it was WAY off.
Yes, I know on a normal wheel that the 5x4.75 is different than a 5x120 (120mm = 4.72"). But, if I understand this "uni-lug" design correctly, these wheels have like a slightly elongated hole for each of the studs which will allow fitment with a 5x4.5, 5x4.75, and 5x5.0 bolt pattern with the use of special offset or centered washers under the lug nuts. From what I was told yesterday, with this "adjustability", our 5x120 (4.72) bolt pattern will bolt right up to these wheels. I must admit, I am a little skeptical about a "multi-fit" wheel, but there are plenty of high-horsepower cars out there that have been using these wheels on the street and strip for years now without a problem, so I guess it can't be all that bad?!?!?
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Didn't notice that "uni-lug" thing. Definitely interesting. I'm curious to see close up pics of the lug area and these offset washers.
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recd this email back...We actually have a set of 17x9.5” race star wheels in stock. However, they are already pre-mounted with a 275-40-17 Mickey Thompson Drag Radial. Brand new!!! Never been mounted onto a car. We had the tires mounted b/c word had it that those tires were close to being on backorder..they will fit the 2010 camaro
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recd this email back...We actually have a set of 17x9.5” race star wheels in stock. However, they are already pre-mounted with a 275-40-17 Mickey Thompson Drag Radial. Brand new!!! Never been mounted onto a car. We had the tires mounted b/c word had it that those tires were close to being on backorder..they will fit the 2010 camaro
You received this email back from who? Are they selling this set-up? The only problem with this set is the tires, that size is only a 26.0" diameter compared to the OEM 28.7". Well, it's good to at least hear another confirmation that these drag stars will fit on the Camaro. If you are contemplating buying these, just be careful, because I believe they make two different offsets in the 17x9.5, one will supposedly fit the Camaro, the other will not. I'm curious to see how these wheels fit with the Lower Control Arm clearance??? I haven't seen or heard of anyone having these on their 5th Gen yet.
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I was thinking with a 9.5" wheel, I would probably run the Mickey Thompson ET Street Radial II (295/45R17) or the M&H RaceMaster (275/50R17). The M/T is supposedly 27.2" dia. and the M&H is 28.0" dia. It's too bad they don't have at least a 10.0" wide wheel.
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You received this email back from who? Are they selling this set-up? The only problem with this set is the tires, that size is only a 26.0" diameter compared to the OEM 28.7". Well, it's good to at least hear another confirmation that these drag stars will fit on the Camaro. If you are contemplating buying these, just be careful, because I believe they make two different offsets in the 17x9.5, one will supposedly fit the Camaro, the other will not. I'm curious to see how these wheels fit with the Lower Control Arm clearance??? I haven't seen or heard of anyone having these on their 5th Gen yet.
complete email... however i want for slicks..
We actually have a set of 17x9.5” race star wheels in stock. However, they are already pre-mounted with a 275-40-17 Mickey Thompson Drag Radial. Brand new!!! Never been mounted onto a car. We had the tires mounted b/c word had it that those tires were close to being on backorder. So we got a set and put them on. We also have a set of 17x4.5” fronts with no tires mounted. They’ll work with the 2010 Camaro. However, make sure it’s not a 2010 ½ year camaro b/c half way through the year, they began putting the 2012 brakes on the rear and they are bigger and require an 18” rear rim.


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complete email... however i want for slicks..
We actually have a set of 17x9.5” race star wheels in stock. However, they are already pre-mounted with a 275-40-17 Mickey Thompson Drag Radial. Brand new!!! Never been mounted onto a car. We had the tires mounted b/c word had it that those tires were close to being on backorder. So we got a set and put them on. We also have a set of 17x4.5” fronts with no tires mounted. They’ll work with the 2010 Camaro. However, make sure it’s not a 2010 ½ year camaro b/c half way through the year, they began putting the 2012 brakes on the rear and they are bigger and require an 18” rear rim.
Hmmm, I would like the wheels, but I don't want those tires either. I wonder if he would take them off??? He must be talking about the "roller skate" brake pads, I think the brakes themselves are the same.
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i,m sure that is the brake issue he is referring to..but i,m not gonna be the 1st..lol...price is like 800 for all 4
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i,m sure that is the brake issue he is referring to..but i,m not gonna be the 1st..lol...price is like 800 for all 4
Does that include those M/T tires???? I suppose for that price, I could always sell them off!!!
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I've sent them two e-mails asking what they have to fit a 2010 SS. No response to either request.
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$800 for a set of 4? If it sounds to gd to be true it probably is!!
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Subscribed. I'm very interested in fronts. If I don't have to pay $1000 for skinnies and they fit then I in.
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also tried 3 emails, seems there service sucks...someone call....
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$800 for a set of 4? If it sounds to gd to be true it probably is!!
You are correct, give this man a cigar!!! I called Blow-By Racing (as mentioned in the above thread). They no longer have the 17x4.5 fronts, and according to them, those fronts have been on a "national backorder" for months now. They do however have a set of the 17x9.5's with a set of M/T 275/40R17 DR's on them. They want $950 for this one pair of wheels/tires. The guy claims they will fit an 5th Gen SS as long as it is an early 2010 Camaro. He seems to think they switched to bigger brakes or something mid-year. I think he is just talking about the addition of the "roller skates" on the brake pads. Either way, he claims they will fit with the "smaller" brakes (as he put it). I have my doubts because I just talked to Race Star Industries 3 days ago and they are still working on a proper fitment for the 2010-2012 SS. I would rather trust the word of the wheel manufacturer versus some race shop that specializes in Mustangs.
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also tried 3 emails, seems there service sucks...someone call....
What do you want to know? Yes, Race Star Industries is terrible about answering e-mails, I don't know why, but i've sent them several e-mails and never got one single response. However, I have called and talked to them twice, and surprisingly they are very friendly and helpful on the phone. I forget both times to ask why they never answer their e-mails. Anyway, the last time I talked to them was about 3 days ago. They said they are still working on perfecting a 17x9.5 fitment for the 5th Gen SS. I'm really hoping they will make at least a 17x10 instead. They are hoping to have the wheel readily available in time for SEMA (in November). They said their 17x4.5 does fit the front of the Camaro SS (as long as the "roller skates" are removed. However, they are still trying to find the proper 14x1.5 lug nuts to use with their wheels. He said they should have everything resolved by SEMA. Also, they are supposed to have their 20x10 and 20x7.5 wheels (92 series) available by SEMA too!!! I was also told they are "considering" making some 18" wheels too, but no idea when.
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Thanks for the info Blazzin! I'd like to see pricing on the 20" wheels. Guess we can sit back and wait for now.
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Yep....SIT AND WAIT....:emoticon7::emoticon7: :bangdesk:

Oh well, I need to sell my current wheels first anyway....any takers??

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I just got off the phone with the folks at Race Star Industires. They currently have a 17 x 4 1/2 (P/N 92-745-343) to fit the 2010 Camaro. It weighs 14 lbs. and list price is $179.95 each. They are developing an 18 x 10 1/2 that will be out in approximately 6 weeks. They don't have pricing yet, but he said it will be in line with their other wheels. They expect it to weigh 17 - 18 lbs. He also said Discount Tire carries their wheels and offers them at a discount. Their wheels are polished aluminum with no coating. Hope that helps!!
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Man so no 17" that SUCKS! He told me it might be an 18", I wanted to run the 28" slick! Now your looking at 300$+ a rim and 300$ a tire instead of 200$ Same old problem!
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