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So the LS and S wheels are the same and will bolt right onto a Boss and have the same weight? I was told different when I called FRP a while back. They said the 302S cars used different studs just like the R, guess that was bad info. He even went as as far to say they do not recommend using the R or S wheels on a street car. So I assumed when these came out and said the wheel is the "same" as the 302S it was only for appearance and these were being sold as "Mustang LS style" wheels. It is good to learn, sorry for the mis-info.
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So the LS and S wheels are the same and will bolt right onto a Boss and have the same weight? I was told different when I called FRP a while back. They said the 302S cars used different studs just like the R, guess that was bad info. He even went as as far to say they do not recommend using the R or S wheels on a street car. So I assumed when these came out and said the wheel is the "same" as the 302S it was only for appearance and these were being sold as "Mustang LS style" wheels. It is good to learn, sorry for the mis-info.
Yeah, only the 302R wheels require new studs. All others are direct bolt-ons for the 05-up chassis.
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A few more to add to the list. Jacostang was able to find the coil covers from the Boss:

CR3Z-6P067-B
CR3Z-6P067-A

If anyone has better access to Ford Parts, searching the part number "7213" will give you all the shift *****. Should be CR3Z-7213-?? to identify the black shift **** on the Boss.
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Originally Posted by Overboost View Post
A few more to add to the list. Jacostang was able to find the coil covers from the Boss:

CR3Z-6P067-B
CR3Z-6P067-A

If anyone has better access to Ford Parts, searching the part number "7213" will give you all the shift *****. Should be CR3Z-7213-?? to identify the black shift **** on the Boss.
I just read his posts about this. Thanks for pointing me to them. It seems he is still waiting to get confirmation that they are blue. I'll post these once he's confirmed.
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I just read his posts about this. Thanks for pointing me to them. It seems he is still waiting to get confirmation that they are blue. I'll post these once he's confirmed.
Just based on the part numbers, I'm 99% sure they're correct. As I mentioned earlier, any 12MY parts that are new will carry a "C" as the leading character for model year designation. "R3Z" must be the platform designation in the prefix.
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Just based on the part numbers, I'm 99% sure they're correct. As I mentioned earlier, any 12MY parts that are new will carry a "C" as the leading character for model year designation. "R3Z" must be the platform designation in the prefix.
I agree, I expect them to be the right parts. But the Ford parts site doesn't specifically mention the Boss, so I'll wait to hear from Jacostang. Should only be a day or two anyway.

Thanks again for the tip!
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Well I have the originals but for the money not worth it. I am hopeing to find a custom set in th better quality with heavy backing.
Looks like Lloyds Mats should be able to make them. Scroll down and they have a Boss 302 Logo.

http://www.lloydmats.com/logos_FORD.htm
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Wheels/tires: just talked to Rehagen Racing. You do NOT need wheel studs for the 302R wheels. You do need different lug nuts because the R wheels have a different chamfer angle at the bottom of the hole where the lug nut clamps on to the wheel. If you go with 275 width front tires, you do need a thin spacer for the fronts.

I just ordered the Boss 302R wheels (18x10) with Nitto NT-01 275/35/ZR18 tires front and rear.
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Wheels/tires: just talked to Rehagen Racing. You do NOT need wheel studs for the 302R wheels. You do need different lug nuts because the R wheels have a different chamfer angle at the bottom of the hole where the lug nut clamps on to the wheel. If you go with 275 width front tires, you do need a thin spacer for the fronts.

I just ordered the Boss 302R wheels (18x10) with Nitto NT-01 275/35/ZR18 tires front and rear.
cool, can you post pics when you get them? Also how much were they?
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Wheels/tires: just talked to Rehagen Racing. You do NOT need wheel studs for the 302R wheels. You do need different lug nuts because the R wheels have a different chamfer angle at the bottom of the hole where the lug nut clamps on to the wheel. If you go with 275 width front tires, you do need a thin spacer for the fronts.

I just ordered the Boss 302R wheels (18x10) with Nitto NT-01 275/35/ZR18 tires front and rear.
Those 302R wheels are pretty sweet. Been thinking of grabbing a set as a track wheel for my GT500. Post Pics when you get them on.
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Looks like Lloyds Mats should be able to make them. Scroll down and they have a Boss 302 Logo.

http://www.lloydmats.com/logos_FORD.htm
Not in love with the "302" part but they look OK. Would rather not be the guinea pig on these and see some pics first I emailed or called them a while back and said they did not have anything Boss 302, not sure these are new as they say it is for 69-70 cars? If anyone orders these they need to be careful to put the logo on a set of 12 mats.

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Wheels/tires: just talked to Rehagen Racing. You do NOT need wheel studs for the 302R wheels. You do need different lug nuts because the R wheels have a different chamfer angle at the bottom of the hole where the lug nut clamps on to the wheel. If you go with 275 width front tires, you do need a thin spacer for the fronts.

I just ordered the Boss 302R wheels (18x10) with Nitto NT-01 275/35/ZR18 tires front and rear.
There was a real informative post about the overall size between the tires and wheels, 18 vs. 19. I need to find that again. Have you figured out what the size difference will be and any effects that will have on the car's processor. It is nice to know the studs do not need changing but makes it harder to decide what to get. I still would like to know the weight of the 302S wheels.
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Old 2/16/11, 07:56 PM
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Originally Posted by StillIntense View Post
Wheels/tires: just talked to Rehagen Racing. You do NOT need wheel studs for the 302R wheels. You do need different lug nuts because the R wheels have a different chamfer angle at the bottom of the hole where the lug nut clamps on to the wheel. If you go with 275 width front tires, you do need a thin spacer for the fronts.

I just ordered the Boss 302R wheels (18x10) with Nitto NT-01 275/35/ZR18 tires front and rear.
Awesome choice. I'm planning on buying the same tires. I'm curious to know more about the spacers.
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Guys, in talking with Dean (the owner/driver of Rehagen), I may have some answers to your questions above.
1. I'll certainly post pics, just as soon as I get the car, and the wheels!
2. Spacer in the front is supposed to be 1/8", and Rehagen even uses a slighter thicker one because they like the handling on their race cars with a slightly wider front track. Of course they put in longer wheel studs so they can use the thicker spacer.
3. I don't believe that the wheel size will have an effect on the processor. As long as the total diameter of the tire is about the same as factory (and its pretty darn close) then the speedometer/odometer will be pretty accurate and not effect the processor. However, I fully expect to see the TPMS light come on with the race wheels/tires. Rehagen said that it would probably take a few hours before it came on though. I won't put TPMS sensors in the race wheels and tires.
4. I really think that the BBS wheels are the way to go. They are competition proven, very light weight (only twenty pounds each), FIA approved and their smaller diameter will create a quicker turn-in.
5. Total cost: 4 Boss 302R wheels, 4 Nitto NT-01 tires 275/35/ZR18, 20 lug nuts, 2 wheel spacers, tires mounted and balanced, shipped to my door: $3600.00
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More parts live!

NEW: Coil covers are now an FRPP part (100$/set)
see the first post for details.
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Originally Posted by StillIntense View Post
Guys, in talking with Dean (the owner/driver of Rehagen), I may have some answers to your questions above.
1. I'll certainly post pics, just as soon as I get the car, and the wheels!
2. Spacer in the front is supposed to be 1/8", and Rehagen even uses a slighter thicker one because they like the handling on their race cars with a slightly wider front track. Of course they put in longer wheel studs so they can use the thicker spacer.
3. I don't believe that the wheel size will have an effect on the processor. As long as the total diameter of the tire is about the same as factory (and its pretty darn close) then the speedometer/odometer will be pretty accurate and not effect the processor. However, I fully expect to see the TPMS light come on with the race wheels/tires. Rehagen said that it would probably take a few hours before it came on though. I won't put TPMS sensors in the race wheels and tires.
4. I really think that the BBS wheels are the way to go. They are competition proven, very light weight (only twenty pounds each), FIA approved and their smaller diameter will create a quicker turn-in.
5. Total cost: 4 Boss 302R wheels, 4 Nitto NT-01 tires 275/35/ZR18, 20 lug nuts, 2 wheel spacers, tires mounted and balanced, shipped to my door: $3600.00
Great info. Thanks for the update.
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A number of parts are now live, including newly listed Engine Oil Cooler, and low expansion brake lines.
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low expansion brake lines.
Is anyone who will track their car planning on just upgrading to braided steel lines? I have no idea what "low compressibility" actually means relative to stock or steel braided. I noticed a huge improvement on my GT500 with the Goodridge lines compared to stock.
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Do we have a part number for the Boss 302S hood?
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Do we have a part number for the Boss 302S hood?
Call these guys, they make it: http://tiger-racing.com/tigerorg/for_sale.html
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