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I was looking for this last night and didn't see a thread showing real life photos of the rim options.

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20" A/T

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21" Road

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22" Sport Bright

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20" A/T Dark



22" Sport Dark

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20" A/T Bright
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I have these on order, but dont like how they look here at all. I'm sure in person they're better 🤞🏻
I swear, that picture looks like they have way more sidewall than the regular 22's on the Blue R1S a pictured above.

Just going by this one, I'd consider them. I'd never sign off on the 22's looking at the rubber on the factory shot.
 

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I have these on order, but dont like how they look here at all. I'm sure in person they're better 🤞🏻
I swear, that picture looks like they have way more sidewall than the regular 22's on the Blue R1S a pictured above.

Just going by this one, I'd consider them. I'd never sign off on the 22's looking at the rubber on the factory shot.
These are the 21” without the aero covers and without the secondary machining to make the shiny spots.

you can tell because the bottom of the “fork” on each of the 5 main spokes is pointy on the 21”, flat on the 22”
 

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These are the 21” without the aero covers and without the secondary machining to make the shiny spots.

you can tell because the bottom of the “fork” on each of the 5 main spokes is pointy on the 21”, flat on the 22”
Oh, wow, you're right! Looks like it says "R21" on the tire when you look closely. I wonder why they're not making this an option?! I'd buy that in a second.
 

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I don’t get the $1700 price difference between the 20” AT bright and dark. Sure the dark looks good but a few cans of plasti-dip only cost a few bucks and, if done right, will look just as good.

Also, the 20” standard AT brights are damn good looking wheels. That’s what I’d get.
 
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These are the 21” without the aero covers and without the secondary machining to make the shiny spots.

you can tell because the bottom of the “fork” on each of the 5 main spokes is pointy on the 21”, flat on the 22”
Thanks for that. My miss. Looks like I don't have a photo of 22" dark then.
 

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I don’t get the $1700 price difference between the 20” AT bright and dark. Sure the dark looks good but a few cans of plasti-dip only cost a few bucks and, if done right, will look just as good.

Also, the 20” standard AT brights are damn good looking wheels. That’s what I’d get.
File under “that’s how they getcha, see?!”

20” AT dark grey for me.
 
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I don’t get the $1700 price difference between the 20” AT bright and dark. Sure the dark looks good but a few cans of plasti-dip only cost a few bucks and, if done right, will look just as good.

Also, the 20” standard AT brights are damn good looking wheels. That’s what I’d get.
Even worse if you have a LE res then it's a $3500 upgrade.
 

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Even worse if you have a LE res then it's a $3500 upgrade.
I've got them on order, I've done plastidip before and wasn't happy with the results or the durability. And powder coating saves you some money, but just not worth the hassle to me.
 

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I don’t get the $1700 price difference between the 20” AT bright and dark. Sure the dark looks good but a few cans of plasti-dip only cost a few bucks and, if done right, will look just as good.

Also, the 20” standard AT brights are damn good looking wheels. That’s what I’d get.
I actually like the look of the bright and configured it on my R1T
 
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