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Old 02-12-2013, 06:10 AM   #29
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Looks awesome, love the stance! I can't wait to lower mine. It's so weird though, I keep looking at the pic below and maybe its a photo optical illusion, but the rear wheels look the same size as the front.
They are I think I put in the wrong size, it has 22" all around just did the did the 22x9 fronts and 22x10.5 rears, I think I might have typo earlier. The springs gives it a more aggressive look!
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Old 02-13-2013, 10:39 AM   #30
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They are matte/satin black, the camera gave them a bit more of a sheen.

These are the Giovanna Dalar 5 Black Series (Limited Edition). They make others similar such as the Dalar 5V and Dalar 5 machined lip. Those other 2 just dont look right. For this wheel all black is the way to go I beleive.

Front: 8.5" +20 offset
Rear: 10" +35 offset

Right now I'm running the stock Pirelli tires, but when the rears wear I will replace the 275 with 305.
I am looking to get a set of these. Same size as listed in your post. With these widths and offsets are there any issues and do you need a spacer? I saw on the forum where someone else bought the wrong offsets and had to correct.. Trying to get it right the first time and I do like the stance of your car with these. Where did you get them?

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Old 02-13-2013, 03:05 PM   #31
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I am looking to get a set of these. Same size as listed in your post. With these widths and offsets are there any issues and do you need a spacer? I saw on the forum where someone else bought the wrong offsets and had to correct.. Trying to get it right the first time and I do like the stance of your car with these. Where did you get them?

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I had the same issue the first time I ordered. Giovanna is telling shops/stores that +20 is the correct offset on all 4 wheels, but it is not. For the staggered set up the correct sizes are these: Front- 8.5" x 20" +20 offset, Rear - 10" x 20" +35 offset. No clearance problems with Brembos, and they are perfectly flush with fender, no stick out, no sink in.

I ordered through Blvd. Customs in Clearwater FL. Best thing about using a custom shop to order is if something is wrong, they deal with Giovanna for you. Giovanna sent my shop +20 for all 4 the first time, it was perfect on front 8.5" wheels, but did not fit on rear. It stuck outside the fenders in the rear about 1.5 inches. They sent them back and made them send the +35 for the rears.

Unfortunately with some of the online stores, you have to fight with them to get them to send the +35 -10". Not sure why they haven't figured it out yet on such a popular car!
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Old 02-13-2013, 05:08 PM   #32
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I had the same issue the first time I ordered. Giovanna is telling shops/stores that +20 is the correct offset on all 4 wheels, but it is not. For the staggered set up the correct sizes are these: Front- 8.5" x 20" +20 offset, Rear - 10" x 20" +35 offset. No clearance problems with Brembos, and they are perfectly flush with fender, no stick out, no sink in.

I ordered through Blvd. Customs in Clearwater FL. Best thing about using a custom shop to order is if something is wrong, they deal with Giovanna for you. Giovanna sent my shop +20 for all 4 the first time, it was perfect on front 8.5" wheels, but did not fit on rear. It stuck outside the fenders in the rear about 1.5 inches. They sent them back and made them send the +35 for the rears.

Unfortunately with some of the online stores, you have to fight with them to get them to send the +35 -10". Not sure why they haven't figured it out yet on such a popular car!


I got screwed and was sold +20 all the way around and now its sticking out on the rear about 1.25" from the fender. Fighting the dealer who is refusing to exchange them since i mounted them. Giovanna said they would RMA through them through the dealer but no response yet. I may just buy a set of +35 and sell the +20s to someone who is buying the kilis set i have.
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I got screwed and was sold +20 all the way around and now its sticking out on the rear about 1.25" from the fender. Fighting the dealer who is refusing to exchange them since i mounted them. Giovanna said they would RMA through them through the dealer but no response yet. I may just buy a set of +35 and sell the +20s to someone who is buying the kilis set i have.
Yeah I feel your pain on that one! I remember when you first posted about it. It definitely makes it more difficult once they've been mounted. I was glad my shop checked fitment on the car before mounting the tires. If Giovanna is letting you RMA the wheels, I'd definitely stay on the dealer about it. What kind of shop was it that ordered/installed them?
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Old 02-13-2013, 09:03 PM   #34
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I got mine through Carid. They are awesome and make sure you get the correct size! I only paid $1100 for the wheels with looks and lug nuts. I could'nt find anyone for that price and service.
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Yeah I feel your pain on that one! I remember when you first posted about it. It definitely makes it more difficult once they've been mounted. I was glad my shop checked fitment on the car before mounting the tires. If Giovanna is letting you RMA the wheels, I'd definitely stay on the dealer about it. What kind of shop was it that ordered/installed them?
Was from discountedwheelwarehouse.com. They refuse to work with me. Giovanna has been awesome about it but they don't deal direct with the customers and said to file a BBB on the company and go from there. I get the return policy but if you tell me it fits then I believe it fits. In no wheels expert.

Hopefully this gets resolved soon.
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Old 02-20-2013, 05:40 PM   #36
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mannn those look sick all black i got a question regarding the tire width and off set...i want to get 22's on my 45th edition whats the widest tires i can go on the front/back nd whats the correct off set??
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Anyone have the weight specs on these?
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weight for 20"
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Old 02-20-2013, 07:30 PM   #39
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anyone know the weight of the 20x9 or 20x10?
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Old 02-21-2013, 05:30 AM   #40
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mannn those look sick all black i got a question regarding the tire width and off set...i want to get 22's on my 45th edition whats the widest tires i can go on the front/back nd whats the correct off set??
The correct offset is +35 rear and +20 front, I did 305s in the back and 265 in the front, but next time I will be doing 325s rear and 285s front.
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anyone know the weight of the 20x9 or 20x10?
I believe they are 1 pound lighter than stock 20" wheels, and they are 1" wider so that's pretty good. I'll check my purchase info at home later for exact weight. For some reason I couldn't find the info again on the web.
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Old 02-27-2013, 07:30 AM   #42
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The correct offset is +35 rear and +20 front, I did 305s in the back and 265 in the front, but next time I will be doing 325s rear and 285s front.
And thats on 22x9 front nd 22x10.5 back with no mods??? Bcuz carid told me i couldnt so that i want to have 305 in the back ia that possible will it rub??
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