Yep, master admin is right. It may look similar, but it's not the same
The BBS on Evo has 7 divided 'fingers' while RS GT has 8 divided 'fingers'
They are two different wheels. The one with the "rivets" is a two piece wheel and more expensive.Definitely not the same wheels, but they're similar. I really prefer the evo wheels though. I don't like the "rivets" on the outside...also the spokes on the X wheels are wider, and the center looks nicer on the X wheels.
On top of that, the standard BBS wheel has a polished lip and such. Just not my style overall.
Yes this is true. Having a wheel 'serviceable' allows for a longer wheel life for your vehicle. Such as curbing, or dent being beyond repair. This allows the damaged portion to be serviced without all the bs about finding a new wheel and minimizes efforts in locating a new wheel, if said wheel has been discontinued. I have my pros and cons about 2 and 3 piece wheels. But in no way am I going to put effort into debating with anyone the why's :shades:Yes, also if you curb or scuff a wheel you can take it apart and have that one section fixed/replaced.