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Nobody Is Safe From The P101's - Porsche Cayman GT4 on HRE's by Wheels Boutique





Some argue that the Cayman GT4 is the purist Porsche available at the moment. We dont take sides in that spirited debate but an opinion that we will stand by is that these HRE P101s look impeccable in Brushed Clear on this German track toy. Share with us how you feel about it!

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20x8.5 // 20x11
Finish: Brushed Clear
Tires: Michelin Pilot Super Sport
Front: 245/35/20
Rear: 295/30/20


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Aw, that's a cute little car.

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Truly hilarious.

Serious question, do you guys see the black wheel "fad" waning? I have been a cult member for awhile, but now I tend to enjoy the silver (ish) wheels on cars. Maybe I have black wheel fatigue?
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Don't these GT4 guys prefer their GT cars to have smaller lighter weight/race bred wheels?
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Don't these GT4 guys prefer their GT cars to have smaller lighter weight/race bred wheels?
i could easily be mistaken, but I believe the 20" stock wheels on the GT4 are around 24-25 lbs. each, and these HRE's may be closer to 20 lbs each (for the 20" wheel). Now, why Porsche went with 20" wheels stock instead of 19", IDK.
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This is where the purists live. Note that some are even looking for 18 inch fitment.
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Just one opinion, but if Porsche had not screwed up the Cayman we very likely would not have had a 570/540 McLaren product. Had Porsche designed the Cayman to its potential, right from its launch in 2006, as opposed to keeping it pinned down under the 911, there would not be a white-space for a mid-engine / high performing daily. This is one that I thank them for their lack of foresight, because they could have shut the door on the McLaren sport series 10 years ago....if they would have been smart.
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Truly hilarious.

Serious question, do you guys see the black wheel "fad" waning? I have been a cult member for awhile, but now I tend to enjoy the silver (ish) wheels on cars. Maybe I have black wheel fatigue?
The black wheel fad is definitely not what it used to be and we're happy about that. Don't get us wrong, there are some applications and color schemes that work well with a black wheel but the majority of times it takes away a lot from the intricate designs of the wheels.


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i could easily be mistaken, but I believe the 20" stock wheels on the GT4 are around 24-25 lbs. each, and these HRE's may be closer to 20 lbs each (for the 20" wheel). Now, why Porsche went with 20" wheels stock instead of 19", IDK.
Dave is correct. These HRE P101's weigh a good margin less than the OEM offerings. Not to mention you're getting a wider than OEM wheel as well as the styling that you choose not the styling that every other GT4 owner already has.

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