The NM RSe07 is a LIGHTWEIGHT 18" Alloy wheel IN SILVER finish
with unmatched quality, perfectly spec-ed for your Mini. With its design adapted from the European touring challenge cars and weighing just a mere 18.5 Lbs. for an 18' Wheel
, the RSe07 will enhance your motoring experience cosmetically as well as performance by reducing the rotational mass or unsprung weight. CENTER CAPS NOT INCLUDED. 4x100 Bolt Pattern.
These wheels fit over the JCW 17 Sport Brake (Brembo) WITHOUT spacers! In fact, these will clear the JCW, Brembo, Stoptech, and Wilwood big brake kits WITHOUT spacers! Not many wheels do that.
These wheels fitting over the JCW 17 Sport Brake (Brembo) WITHOUT spacers! In fact, these will clear the JCW, Brembo, Stoptech, and Wilwood big brake kits!
Finish: Silver - Wheels sold each.
Fits the following models:
2002-2006 R50 Cooper and R53 Cooper S Hatchback
2005-2008 R52 Cooper and Cooper S Convertibles
2007-2013 R56 MINI Cooper and Cooper S Hardtop
2008-2014 R55 MINI Cooper and Cooper S Clubman
2009-2015 R57 MINI Cooper and Cooper S Convertible
2012-2015 R58 Cooper and Cooper S Coupe
2012-2015 R59 Cooper and Cooper S Roadster
[ ] Size: 18x7.5
[ ] Offset: +45 mm
[ ] PCD: 4-100mm
[ ] Bore: 56.1mm
[ ] Lug Opening: 14mm Conical Seat
[ ] Recommended Tire Size: 205/40/R18 (same as JCW)
Other popular tire sizes depending on application:
[ ] 215/35/R18 - Popular for Track applications (slightly undersized)
[ ] 215/40/R18 - Popular among Urban commuters Gen 2 MINIs (slightly oversized)
[ ] 225/35/R18 - Almost matches OEM overall diameter, just a tac under Gen 2 MINIs
Accepts OEM lug bolts, center cap, as well as TPMS.
Centercaps and TPMS modules available separately.
REDUCING UNSPRUNG WEIGHT
The lighter the wheel and other unsprung components, the easier it is for the tire to follow bumps in the road. On a vehicle with extremely high unsprung weight, the inertia of the wheel and associated assembly can't move fast enough to follow the road, resulting in a jarring, crashing ride.
Lowering the unsprung weight and rotating weight yields multiple dividends, with better acceleration, better braking, better ride, better fuel economy, and better handling. Money spent to reduce unsprung weight may be great, but it's a much better payoff than with sprung weight.