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Old 04-15-2016, 06:30 PM   #1
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Default New KONIG HYPERGRAM

Time to give this hot new wheel a dedicated thread. LIGHT AND STRONG, big brake clearance, amazing price.

First Pic BRONZE 15x7.5 Hypergram!





STS guys been hungry for strong and light 15x7.5 for a long time, these are just 11.6 pounds on our scale, and flow formed for strength.

I am informed the first 20 pieces of Matte Grey Hypergram 15x7.5 arrive later next week. The bronze color shown here is due week after. Small first shipment on both colors and half are pre-sold already, so anybody needing them this season should understand that I expect they will go quick.




First shot of 15x8.5 Hypergram in Matte Grey on Miata!





New Konig Hypergram 17x9 in Bronze.

20 of these totally new wheels just arrived...8 already sold.
Flow Formed for strength and light weight.
Just 17.05 pounds is lighter than standard factory 17x7 wheel yet stronger....and 2 inches wider!



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Old 04-21-2016, 02:43 PM   #2
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First complete pics of new Hypergram 15x7.5 on Miata!

Came in 11.6 pounds for 7.5 wide on our FEDEX scale!



And Just 12.6 pounds for Matte Grey 15x8.5 shown below.



Lots of clearance for our Big Brake Kits.

First wheels ship to customers next week!
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What is the 15x7.5 fitment like on a NA with a 205/50 tire?
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That top pic of the 15x7.5 bronze has a 205/50/15 NT01 on it, so it gives a decent visual of how that fits. That shot of course is on a very low car.

Fitment is good, no inboard issues and NAs may need just the tabs that stick inwards from the fender that attach to the liner to be bent up away from the tire.
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Old 04-28-2016, 08:59 PM   #5
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First shipment of 15x7.5 and 15x8.5 Hypergram now shipping!

The 15x7.5 running out fast (pent up demand from STS racers needing that size), got plenty of the new 15x8.5 which is the WIDEST wheel you can fit on a Miata with stock springs or lowering springs in a standard diameter using a 225/45/15, you do not need coilovers to fit these wheels (you do for 15x9). NA requires roll AND pull, NB requires heavy roll for 8.5 and 225/45 tires.



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Race Bronze 15x7.5 Hypergram
Picture Courtesy Customer Georgios P Tsoflias

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I am liking what I see.
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Old 04-14-2017, 02:06 PM   #8
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More Hypergrams arrive today....AGAIN FREE SHIPPING WHILE THEY LAST.

Bronze 15x7.5
Grey 15x7.5

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15x7.5 Matte Grey Konig Hypergrams, photos courtesy of customer Clay M.

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About to pull trigger on a set of Hypergrams in grey. Trying to decide on 7.5 or 8.5. I have coilovers, planning to add a turbo ... not intended for the track but may do a trackday or two. Not a daily driver.

Currently the car has heavy *** XXR's 15x8 with 205's. No rubbing issues ...car was slammed when I bought it and have since raised it up to 12 and 12.5.

Leaning towards the 8.5 because ... 8.5 but I assume my current 205/50/15's will not fit the 8.5?

Also .. what about larger brake fitment issues?

Thanks!

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About to pull trigger on a set of Hypergrams in grey. Trying to decide on 7.5 or 8.5. I have coilovers, planning to add a turbo ... not intended for the track but may do a trackday or two. Not a daily driver.

Currently the car has heavy *** XXR's 15x8 with 205's. No rubbing issues ...car was slammed when I bought it and have since raised it up to 12 and 12.5.

Leaning towards the 8.5 because ... 8.5 but I assume my current 205/50/15's will not fit the 8.5?

Also .. what about larger brake fitment issues?

Thanks!

Just replied back to your email about this same question. We'd always like to see that 205 tire on the 7.5" rather than the 8.5" and ride quality will be better on the 7.5". The big benefit of the 15x8.5" Hypergram is for those guys who want to run a 225/45/15 but who still have factory diameter springs rather than coilovers and therefore they can't run 15x9s.
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Just replied back to your email about this same question. We'd always like to see that 205 tire on the 7.5" rather than the 8.5" and ride quality will be better on the 7.5". The big benefit of the 15x8.5" Hypergram is for those guys who want to run a 225/45/15 but who still have factory diameter springs rather than coilovers and therefore they can't run 15x9s.
Thanks for the quick replies! I figured my question may help someone else so I posted here too.

Any issues with larger brake setups and these wheels?
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Never mind ... I'm an idiot. I see in this thread where you address the brakes! Placed my order for the 8.5 yesterday! Thanks!
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Update ... wheels are awesome! No issues at all with the 8.5's and 225/45 RS4's. Awesome service from Good-Win!!

Took a quick trip up to Boone, NC and ran the Snake ... only thing limiting my cornering speed was my fiancee's cries and the stock seat bolsters .. LOL.

First picture is before I adjusted the coilovers and lowered it a little more.
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Looks great, thanks for the business!

Here is a close up crop of one of your pics, stance looks perfect.

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Bronze Konig Hypergram 17x8 and 235/40 Yokohoma S-drives on the Progress Springs GWR with 13.5" hub center to fender lip at all 4 wheels. 'Grip & handling are pretty awesome.'
Pictures and Comments Courtesy Customer Hugh Crossman


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Konig Hypergram 17x9 4X100 ET45 Race Bronze

Pictures Courtesy Customer Henry Chu.

Hankook RS4 245/40 R17 mounted on the 17x9s. Ride height set at 13.25" front and 13" rear. Fenders are rolled front and back. Fronts get slight fender liner rubbing during parking. Rears gets slight rubbing on the small mud flap area when going down big dips.


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Konig Hypergram 17x8
RoadsterSport Springs
LT Header and Mid pipe
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Michelin Pilot Super Sport 225/45

Picture Courtesy Customer Austin Rogers

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