Tag Archive: MKIII

Nov
14

The Forsberg 510 Wagon #WagonFors

Chris Forsberg took on the task of building his wife Michelle’s Datsun 510 Wagon build for this year’s SEMA Show and it was definitely a sight to see at the AEM Intakes Booth. Featuring box style flares, a detail oriented engine bay and the classic SSR SpeedStar MKIII wheels, it was the perfect mix of …

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Oct
26

The Forsberg 510 Wagon

Chris Forsberg has been transforming his wife Michelle’s 510 Wagon into something more exciting that will be unveiled at this year’s SEMA show. This will feature a Mazworx built SR20DET and a new widened body as well as Speedstar MKIII wheels. We can’t wait to see the final stage!  

Oct
06

Red Bull Racing: Kaido Riders at the Ready

Coming off a 1-2 finished at Formula 1 Malaysia, Red Bull Racing Drivers cruised around Tokyo in a very unique ride….

Mar
03

Since it’s Thursday..

How about some throwback pictures.

Jan
16

Get Shanked!!!

Have a set of SSR MKI, II or IIIs? Notice how there is no Taper where the lug nut hole is? This is because these wheels do not use a 60 degree tapered lug nut but a Shank type lug nut. These are flat on the bottom or a 90 degree seat and also require …

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Nov
17

New SSR Formula MK-III Neo

Also unveiled at the 2014 SEMA show was the new SSR Formula MK-III Neo. It’s a brand new three-piece wheel with the retro MK-III design thats now available in 16″ and 19″ sizes with several disk options and a wide range of offsets to choose from. The MK-III Neo comes in the standard colors FM …

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Aug
01

“Throw Back Thursday”

I’d like to share with you a couple photos that have been floating around the internet lately. I can’t help but to be amazed at how visually relevant this S13 Silvia still is, especially considering that these photos look to be around a decade old. Equipped with a set of 15″ SSR MKIIIs, this timeless …

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Jul
05

Heartbreaker

Heartbreaker… -D.

Jul
25

Flying Horse?!

Legend has it that the Mistubishi Starion was originally named “Stallion” to compete with the Ford Mustang here in the United States.  Here is one example of this old school sports car on 14 x 8.5 Front and 14 x10 Rear SSR MK III wheels from Japan. Source: http://minkara.carview.co.jp/userid/671463/car/573040/profile.aspx

Mar
14

SSR MKIII are still available

Available sizes 13″, 14″, 15″ Colors: Gold , Silver, Gun Metalic, Black, White, Yellow

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