Corvette Wheels - TSW Nurburgring : Black Chrome

Option Selected: (1)17x9 Front +50 (C5)
SKU: 3016
Availability: Usually Ships In 3-5 Days
$457.95
TSW Nurburgring Corvette wheels are offered in four different finishes. These Black Chrome - PermaStar, custom Corvette wheels are exclusively designed for the C4, C5, C6, Z05, Z06 and C7 Corvette. TSW Wheels offers this style in 18 inch through 20 inch. Select the perfect high performance staggered wheel for your Corvette.

Wheels are sold individually.

DIAM WIDTH PCD ET
17" 9.0" 5/121 50

18" 9.0" 5/121 50
18" 10.5" 5/121 65

19" 9.0" 5/121 50
19" 10.5" 5/121 65

20" 10.5" 5/121 65


PERSONALIZATION. TSW Wheels designs and manufactures high performance custom Corvette wheels exclusively for the Corvette owner. TSW Corvette Custom wheels - large diameters and very wide widths. Our wheels are made specifically for Corvettes and only for Corvettes. Corvette owner’s are renown for their drive to personalize their vehicles, so that no two ‘Vettes, it seems, could possibly be identical. Indeed, Chevrolet fuels this pursuit with a stupefying number of options and dealer-installed accessories.

TSW Corvette Aftermarket Wheels feeds this desire with several distinctive variants of their beguiling Scorpion, Manta and Panorama Corvette wheels, artistic statements that enable owners to achieve one-of-a-kind appearance

TSW wheels are designed specifically and exclusively for the Corvette and take their inspiration from the Corvette’s unique, sleek and aerodynamic pose. Thus, either Scorpion or Manta models in gloss black, in chrome or in hyper silver with a machined-cut lip, or the new Hawk model in matte black, gloss black with a chrome stainless lip or silver with a machine face and chrome stainless lip are the perfect complement to this iconic, purely American super car.


PERFORMANCE. As one moves up the performance curve, from the base Corvette Coupe and convertible to the 427, Z06 and top-of-the-line ZR1, increased performance is achieved, in part, through the heroic efforts of Corvette engineers to reduce weight. TSW Corvette Wheels are in sync with this weight reduction manifesto. The result is high-performance wheels that are a perfect match for Corvette’s relentless obsession with shaving weight wherever possible.

PRECISION. TSW offers the world’s widest range of one-piece, staggered Corvette specific wheel applications. TSW Aftermarket Corvette Wheels are precision engineered in every detail. TSW engineers take into account the staggered footprint common to most Corvettes. A staggered footprint means that the rear wheels and tires are slightly wider than the front, providing better traction and a more aggressive stance for the Corvette rims . Additionally, TSW engineers factor in the related concepts of wheel offset and backspace. Wheel offset means the wheel centerline is offset away from the axle, providing a wider stance. Backspace measures how far the wheel intrudes into the wheel well towards the axle, and is important to ensure that there is no interference with suspension trailing arms or other mechanical systems.

TSW Wheels for Corvettes are designed to accept the original equipment wheel center logo cap, and accommodate factory tire pressure monitoring systems. All TSW custom Corvette wheels are hub centric, which ensures that they fit precisely over the center flange of the brake rotor so that the wheel is concentric with the wheel bearings for a truer, better balanced wheel/tire assembly and a smoother ride.

The Nurburgring custom alloy wheel, named after the Nurburgring circuit known as "the Ring" by enthusiasts, is located in Nurburg, Germany. It was the main venue for the German Grand Prix as part of the F1 World Championship in the 50's through early 70's. Built in 1920, this 22 km track was widely known as being one of the toughest and most dangerous tracks in the world. It was nicknamed "the green hell" by Jacki Stewart. In 1961, Phil Hill raced the fastest lap here at under 9 minutes in the Ferrari 156 F1 car and Niki Lauda later became the only person to lap the full circuit in under 7 minutes. The new Nurburgring Grand Prix Track, called GP-Strecke was completed in 1984 and has hosted several Grand Prix events.
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