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Old 30th July 2010, 20:27   #3151
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Asked the dealer for OEM ones. He quoted Rs16000/- for one alloy wheel . So a total of Rs68000/- for a set of 4 wheels. Price is too high for alloys.
Oh! If that price is correct, then it is very high. Manza OEMs are 21000 for 5.

Please confirm the price with another source, please. I doubt that it could be so high!
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That City on the last page is just fabulous. It is a perfect match! Congrats.
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Hey katochrishi, nice alloys. I have been hunting 15" alloys with 98PCD for my Linea, but have not been able to get one. Can you please tell me on which alloys (Make and Model) your Black Beauty is running and how much did it cost you?
hi, that is stallion 15'' 100pcd, got them grinded, cost for set of (4) 18000/-
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That City on the last page is just fabulous. It is a perfect match! Congrats.
Thank you for the compliment Prince.
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Old 3rd August 2010, 08:57   #3155
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hi, that is stallion 15'' 100pcd, got them grinded, cost for set of (4) 18000/-
I have heard grinding of 100PCD wheels to match 98PCd causes some wobbling at higher speed. Have you noticed any wobbling? What is the max speed that you have attained after fitting the alloys?
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I swapped my stock alloys for ANHC-VMT right in the showroom at the time of delivery for 13K for other Original Honda "V" Dual Tone Alloys.
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I've got the exact same wheels on my Deep Sapphire Blue Honda Jazz. I'd posted pictures of the same several pages earlier. Do take the effort and check them out!

The wheels look great on the white City. Congratulations!
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I've got the exact same wheels on my Deep Sapphire Blue Honda Jazz. I'd posted pictures of the same several pages earlier. Do take the effort and check them out!

The wheels look great on the white City. Congratulations!
Thanks Suhas; I checked your Jazz pics in post http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/tyre-a...ml#post1942475


Your Blue Jazz looks fantabulous with those Honda Dual Tone Alloys.

BTW the coincidence is you posted them on 18th June2010 and I got my vehicle delivery with those Alloys on 20thJune2010
The only difference is I opted for Michellin XM1+ as stock tyres (rather I made sure I get those with the vehicle).

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What make are these Honda Alloys? Eneki?
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What make are these Honda Alloys? Eneki?
Yes, The Alloys me and Suhaas307 opted are genuine Honda as an optional set of Alloys obviously at cost.
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^^The question was make are these?? I doubt that Honda produces these alloys, they must be sourcing it from somewhere.
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^^The question was make are these?? I doubt that Honda produces these alloys, they must be sourcing it from somewhere.

Don't know who is the OEM supplier for these Alloys to Honda.
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^^The question was make are these?? I doubt that Honda produces these alloys, they must be sourcing it from somewhere.

Got it!!! After some serious Google search I found out Modulo and Mugen are 2 OEM suppliers for Honda for many accessories.

The Alloy wheels that I opted for are from Modulo (not sure if they are available in India/Aftermarket)
Honda City - Optional Extras - Modulo
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Got it!!! After some serious Google search I found out Modulo and Mugen are 2 OEM suppliers for Honda for many accessories.

The Alloy wheels that I opted for are from Modulo (not sure if they are available in India/Aftermarket)
Honda City - Optional Extras - Modulo

Found on some forum which said Alloy Wheel are made by Enkei and is being sold in US market as HFP wheels and Asian Market as Modulo Wheels and they are OEM suppliers for many US and Jap Car makers including Honda.
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Hi guys!
Here are a few pictures of the AMG alloys on my MB GL500
These are not standard equipment, but optional extra. The wheel arch flarings is only available with these alloys.

Brand: Optional AMG Light Alloy Wheels with wheel arch flarings.
Size: 21"
Price: US $2900, which in U.A.E Dirham is 10,643 and in Rupees it costs 1,33,250.
Current Tyres: Pirelli Scorpion Zero 295/40 R21 V111 (4 Nos.)
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Old 6th August 2010, 16:23   #3165
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Rims - Plati (Rs.11,300/= for 4 nos.)
Tyre - JK Tyre (Stock)
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