They look amazing. Who runs them? How much work is it? Did you ceramic coat them?
I already have them on my truck, but they're just steelies, and I don't really wash the truck that often any way.
aperson last edited by
I run white wheels for my track set.
Cleanup isn't that bad on them, they're coated with carpro dlux and I clean them after every session so I don't let them get too filthy anyways.
If I do end up driving on them normally they do get quite dirty.
I think that was after three days of my normal commute, but i also run hawk ht-10 pads which dust up something awful.
3point8isgreat last edited by
Wow. I didnt know how badly I needed white wheels for the N before now. That looks amazing.
Milky last edited by
@shoop Yaas. They get dirty when the car is dirty, not any worse than any other color imo.
Jawzx2 last edited by
Ran them on my FieSTa too. Good wax coat to start, scrub when i get the chance. I live on a dirt road in Vermont, virginal white wheels are not realistic, I just try to keep the brake dust knocked down.
i86hotdogs last edited by
They get dirty. Be ready to be ok with that.
I put a few coats of Gtechniq C5 wheel armor on them as a precaution. These get dirty as they are my rallycross wheels along with my winter wheels. A decent pressure spray gets most of the dirt out, and a little elbow grease with a cloth gets the rest out. There are minor chips from rocks and gravel, but I'm ok with that. It's part of racing.
My summer wheels are white as well, but I'm waiting to restore them before I coat them. They're gen II SHO slicer wheels and can use a little paint touch up.