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    Default new wheels for a 360

    Am thinking of buying one that I have driven but I dont like the look or size of the standard wheels. I would like bigger wheels and lower profile tyres to give the same rolling radius and also to clear the wing edges. As to design I would like something with many more spokes like the Scuderia wheels, but not wheels at Ferrari prices!

    Plan is to keep the standard wheels and part worn tyres for ultimate sale of the car and buy new wheels and tyres for use. Someone must have done this so information and advice is welcome

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    Challenge Stradale wheels are 19” and look great.
    I had 18” Challenge race car wheels fitted which although the same diameter as standard are 1/2” wider front and rear. You either like the look or not but I think they’re the best 360 wheel.
    Some use 430 wheels which I had On mine when I bought it but the standard 430 tyres triggered the ABS in a very scary way. It could’ve been sorted by playing with the tyre size but would that have upset the balance?
    I currently have standards fitted and will probably stick with them.
    Other options are limited unless you want to go down a Kahn/Novitec/etc route.

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    These were an updated Genuine Ferrari option, same dimensions as standard.

    https://auto.ferrari.com/en_EN/ferra...il/P000000158/

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    If you hunt around you may find a set at a main dealer. I know they were all "encouraged" to take a set or two and didn't cost the earth. Only about £1.5K at the time for a set. A few years ago though.
    I remember DL trying to shift a new set for £950 to clear some space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by achaddy View Post
    These were an updated Genuine Ferrari option, same dimensions as standard.

    https://auto.ferrari.com/en_EN/ferra...il/P000000158/

    best Pic I can find

    Name:  genuine 360 Multi spoke Wheels.jpg
Views: 77
Size:  39.2 KB

    If you hunt around you may find a set at a main dealer. I know they were all "encouraged" to take a set or two and didn't cost the earth. Only about £1.5K at the time for a set. A few years ago though.
    I remember DL trying to shift a new set for £950 to clear some space.
    Yes, HR Owen had about three sets too and were offering them to everyone that went in for a service, even if they didn't have a 360!

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    £600 on eBay for a set from Graypaul Edinburgh. Took ages to shift.
    They’re Mg though which put me off.

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