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I seem to have found the only 18" Bullitt style wheels that clear Brembos without a spacer.
I found some 2012 take-off Brembos on a another forum's classifieds. I was able to get a great deal on them, so I decided to take a gamble and see if they would fit these wheels. Everything I've seen about assorted bullitt style wheels says Brembos won't fit. Even the wheel manufacturer's website says this wheel won't fit the GT500.
Apparently they didn't test fit it.
They are made by AFS. I bought them on eBay in 2009. Not even sure if you can get them anymore, but if you want bullitts and Brembos, be on the lookout!
They are 18 x 9 up front. The only reason they fit is because they have no lip up front. There's actually a decent amount of space between the caliper and wheel spoke.
Oh also the Brembos are pretty sick. I basically only bought them for appearance, but they do inspire a lot more confidence in high speed braking. Braking on off-ramps is effortless. I have yet to put the Brembo pads on the rear, so I believe the brake bias is off a little. This is causing the front wheels to want to lock/activate ABS too early. I hope replacing the worn out stock rear pads will do the trick.
I am likely going to paint them red to match my interior, but I'll rock the all black look for a while. The CF hydro-dipped finish from the previous owner is bubbling off, so they'll have to be repainted anyway. I have black lug nuts on the way, and I'm going to have to do something with these fake snake center caps.
Thanks for looking.
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Nice score and nice pics! Those Brembos look great.
2010 Mustang V6
SCT SF3/X3 Tuner, BBK Cold Air Intake, Custom H-Pipe, Flowmaster American Thunder
5% tints on back windows, 20% tints on side windows, DG Custom Auto quarter window louvers, Mustang third brake light tint, 3DCarbon 3D500 spoiler, GT500 steering wheel, Pioneer AVIC-X930BT, Metra 99-5823CH, Shelby GT500 leather seats, SHR Chrome Fuel Door
2005 Mustang GT. K&N CAI, Pypes O/R X-Pipe, Corsa Axle-Back, SCT SF3/X3 Tuner with 93 Race Tune loaded, SR Lowering springs, BMR LCA's, 10" RE Audio SEX10D4 Subwoofer with Hifonics Brutus BRX1100.1 Mono Amp in a ported 1.10 cf^3 box.
2011 Yamaha FZ6R. Two-Brothers Black Series full exhaust, Fender eliminator, bar end mirrors, 6000k HID, Michelin Pilot Road 3 tires.
No way. Now I need to find these for winter wheels!!
20" American Racing Torq Thrust M's for the summer
18" AFS "Bullitt" and Torq Thrust M knockoffs for the winter.
Originally Posted by RazorGT
Hi, I saw from a lot of your posts that you are really full of yourself. Just wanted to let you know that my fiance is an Engineer and drives a 2013 GT500 Vert, and very pretty. I'm currently in Law School. Have a nice day.
Holy crap. I wish I had known this earlier. I searched so hard for Bullitt-style 18" rims that cleared Brembos, but apparently not hard enough. Your car looks INCREDIBLE, and the Brembos just bring everything together. Awesome find!
Edit: Dude, please don't paint the Brembos red. I also have a red interior so I know where you're coming from, but they look SO GOOD with those wheels I wouldn't change a thing. It's all up to what you want, but seriously, car looks AMAZING.
2007 Alloy Grey Mustang GT
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