Emira Lightweight Alloy Forged Wheels by Aerie Performance

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No. From the manual it looks like we can reset them ourselves. It may be worth noting I don't have a car. @JonFuller just got his installed though. Jon, did you have to do anything special?

There is no manual reset for the TPMS. It is supposed to auto-read and adjust/reset the existing programmed sensors. I previously had some TPMS sensor issues (including the warning light which was unable to turn off on its own) and the dealer had to clear the code. I also asked about new sensors and they said new sensors are required to be coded to each car specifically.
 

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A couple of shots comparing the Aerie wheels to the stock ones.


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Hi Aerie,

Do you make 11 inch V2 wheels or can you confirm if 305 tyres would fit 10.5 rims?

I posted a thread about a possible wheel and tyre combination but so far no replies on it:

 

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If you look up tire specs they will tell you what the recommended wheel width range is for a given tire size.

In this case, yes, a 305 section tire will fit a 10.5in wide wheel.

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Can you make a set like this?

Front: 9J x 19 ET52
Rear: 10.5J x 20 ET54
Hi Finny76, are you still looking at a 19 inch front wheel and if so what tyres were you thinking of?

I can’t find the post but someone said they might get some 18 inch track tyres.
I see the GT4 has 28s and did a bit of research to try and find out why if low profiles are supposed to give better grip and performance. Eventually I found out 2 things:
1. There are just as many opinions saying bigger tyres are better for racing than low profiles for heat, grip and durability with the complete opposite being said about them.
2. The GT4 has suspension designed around the tyres acting as a spring to provide squash which complements a really hard chassis set up. Looks like a swap to those wheels and tyres would be worse for our cars.

Any views because I think think a set of V2s on 18s would look cool?
 

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I changed plans on getting wheels, and im going to wait to get the car before i decide to get wheels blind without knowing how much clearance i would have etc etc.
 

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