Since 1973 Compomotive Wheels have successfully satisfied the demands of leading motorsport teams worldwide, producing a range of competition wheels conforming to the most stringent world testing standards. All Compomotive motorsport wheels are designed & manufactured entirely to one uncompromising standard. This means that the wheels you buy are the exact same wheels that the professionals rely on to put down the power to win worldwide. Click here to see how the wheels are made!
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Compomotive Wheel FAQ:
In what sizes are Compomotive wheels offered? Compomotive wheels are available in an extensive range of offsets & sizes from 5.5x13 through to 10x18, see below for a basic guide.
I've seen some Compomotive wheels that have a slightly different look, why? Compomotive uses different molds for different widths and offsets. So even though the style is basically the same, the look may vary.
Do you keep them in stock? No, Compomotive wheels are made to order and shipped direct from the UK to your door.
How long does it take to get them? Typical lead time can vary from 3-4 weeks depending on casting availability and machine time
Well, what finish do they come in? Standard finish is Silver or White. Optional finishes are Gold, Grey, and Satin Black (for an additional charge)
Is hardware included? No, but they can be ordered. All Compomotive wheels use a conical lugs with standard 60° taper seat
How much is shipping for a set? Shipping prices vary based on size and delivery address, and is determined at time of order. Compomotive uses size specific boxes to reduce shipping costs
Can I pick up the wheels from your store to save on shipping costs? No, wheels are shipped directly from Compomotive in the UK to your door
I am interested in a set of 17x8 TH's, machined face. I notice that on some pictures, the face is recessed into the wheel while others the face is protruding. Is this due to differences in offset? Is there a way of knowing, in that size, what offset I would need to insure a recessed look?
Also, can you machine face the TH2? If so, any pictures of that?
The different looks of the TH wheel has to do with the different castings used for different sizes. Within each casting, the look is the same no matter the offset. This is the TH1780:
It is available in offsets ranging from ET15 to ET45, but the look does not change.
Unfortunately, the diamond-cut face option is not available on the TH2 wheel. According to Compomotive, the diamond-cut option was not taken into account when the wheels molds were made so the edges on the spokes do not have the needed angles on them. (I figured you'd appreciate a full explanation rather than just a "not available" response)