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2019 Bullitt wheels on ‘14 Brembo car?

Old 7/1/19, 08:55 AM
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Question 2019 Bullitt wheels on ‘14 Brembo car?

So the 2019 Bullitt car has brembo brakes, and from the pics I’ve seen - come with Ford 5 spoke wheels.

The 2019 wheel specs are:

19 x 9.5
52.5mm offset
5-114.3 bolt pattern
70.5 bore hub

https://www.detroitwheelandtire.com/...10222-mbb-a-r/

this factory pic

https://www.nydailynews.com/autos/bl...lide=1.4041982

will it fit my 2014 GT with the brembo package?

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Old 7/1/19, 06:44 PM
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According to the Detroit Wheel site, my stock wheels are:

19 x 9
42mm offset
5-114.3 bolt pattern
70.5 bore hub

so help me figure out the offset please

I currently have these:
https://www.detroitwheelandtire.com/...-hshshs-a.html
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  • Inner Clearance:
  • 16.35mm less
  • Outer Position:
  • retract by 3.65mm
  • Diameter difference:
  • 0" (0.00%)

using the calculator on this site
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Old 7/1/19, 08:13 PM
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The bore and bolt pattern are right. Not quite sure on the offset. I run Apex Racing 19 x 10" on my 2011 Brembo car with 40mm offset.
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That's the rear wheel. The fronts are 19x9 with a 45mm offset.
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should be really close, but may fit

I need to find someone who has one to see
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hi, I know I'm a little late to respond . . . my understanding is that yes S550 wheels will go on S197 cars, but:

1) the offset is a little less on the S550, so they may stick out of the wheel wells on the S197
2) the lugs are different, so you'll need to use your old S197 lugs (S550 lugs won't fit)
3) the bore is larger on the S550; this means they will go on but will not bore center (not positive about this one)
4) the TPMS system is different; S550 tire pressure monitor sensor will not work on S197 car

so generally I recommend that you stick with S197 wheels for S197 cars, but it would be cool to have a Bullitt wheel that would clear the Brembo brakes
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A friend of mine has 14" Brembos on his 08 Bullitt. The stock wheels fit with the help of a thin spacer.
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