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Discussion in 'Lamborghini Discussion (not model specific)' started by Albert-LP, Sep 27, 2013.

  1. Albert-LP

    Albert-LP Formula Junior

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    Thank to Peter, now i finally have the hard to find Pirelli Pzero 205/50-15. But what about the rims? are they still available? i would like to have a backup, just in case i damage one.


    ciao
     
  2. Peter K.

    Peter K. F1 Rookie

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    I was very disappointed to hear that Eurospares uk stopped selling the replica Bravo wheels. I wanted a set and use my originals as back up.
    I am very fortunate to have a front and a rear spare Bravo wheels. Maybe one will pop up for sale and eventually finish the spare original set.

    BUT, does anyone know for sure that they do not make them anymore other than not on there website anymore? Anyone actually speak with them about it?

    I think Roy may have the later set of OEM wheels unless he sold them. I know of a couple of guys that have a second set but not sure they would sell.
     
  3. Albert-LP

    Albert-LP Formula Junior

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    Emilio has a full set of LP400 S2-S3 Campagnolo magnesium wheels with P7 tyres, but they are not LP400S1 Bravo of course. He asks 9500 euro.
    I'm looking for the Aluminium O.Z. rims

    ciao
     
  4. Olivier NAMECHE

    Olivier NAMECHE F1 Rookie

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    All my friends...

    here is my "friday gift", THE manufacturer of all these wheels :

    ROIN TECHNOLOGY
    Via Monte Comun, 35
    37057 San Giovanni Lupatoto -VERONA
    www.rointechnology.it

    I know already you will delight this information !


    BTW, I'm selling a sparewheel for COUNTACH or JALPA without reserve price on EBay :

    Lamborghini Sparewheel Tire | eBay
     
  5. Peter K.

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    No Bravo on Roin website. Were they the one who made them?
     
  6. Jalpa_Mike

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  7. Peter K.

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    Yeah Mike!
     
  8. Peter K.

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    Just going through the Eurospare website, I almost think that the Bravo is still available for 2 reasons. The Jalpa Bravois still available and a Bravo picture is labeled as an lp5000.

    Also, that wider rear Miura wheel looks might nice to put on my Jarama :):):):)
     
  9. Mang

    Mang Formula Junior

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    #9 Mang, Sep 27, 2013
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    Just any FYI, I have a spare set of 3pc. Gotti rims with P7 tires...wheels could use cosmetic refinishing, but are in excellent overall shape and tires are what they are...period P7's with 205's up front. PM if they interest you Countach homies :)
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  10. EarlyCat

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    I don't know if they will carry them again. I checked several months ago. Eurospares did have the Jalpa rims (as you mentioned) and recommended me using a spacer with them for the Countach. I'm not doing that. I know the 345's would fit, my Jalpa had them when I got it. Still wrong for a Countach. Eurospares was very vague if they will have them again. On the Countach Bravos there was two different offsets IIRC. I think 6mm and stock.
     
  11. EMILIO

    EMILIO F1 Rookie

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    yes

    i also have a set of original Campagnolo Bravo wheels for the S1
    complete set with Pirelli P7 tyres

    i do not have a set of OZ for the 5000S but i know one that "may" be for sale
     
  12. Albert-LP

    Albert-LP Formula Junior

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    #12 Albert-LP, Sep 28, 2013
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    Thank you very much Olivier! I just spoke with mr. Roin at the phone and he told me he has no problem to do perfect replicas for 400S cars and 5000S cars: he just needs a rim to copy. They will be machined from an aluminium billet. Prices: he needs the real one to do an exact estimate, but he told me that the most espensive rim he produces is the Miura SV replica rear rim that costs 1050 euro.

    I can borrow my OEM O.Z. rims set to Roin so he can do the copy. Of course for the S1 rims, he needs another original rims set (that Emilio has). Roin is not too far from my home, could be easy to do.

    Is there anyone else interested into this deal?

    ciao
     
  13. Peter K.

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  14. EarlyCat

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    I might be interested in a S1 set.
     
  15. Albert-LP

    Albert-LP Formula Junior

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    Plus italian VAT 21% price rises to 883 euro.

    I just talked at the phone: maybe the asking price and the selling prices are different. I just talked of price to have an idea and the same did mr. Roin.

    It's sure that a full set will not cost less than 2000 euro and it's in the 2000-4000 euro range, to avoid mistakes.

    ciao




    ciao
     
  16. Albert-LP

    Albert-LP Formula Junior

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    Does anyone here know what was the price of the S1 replica rims sold by Eurospares?
     
  17. Albert-LP

    Albert-LP Formula Junior

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    i will ask, i suppose they will cost like the S2 and S3 rims or just a bit more. I have no immediate need now of a new set of rims so i will manage this deal next months. I will let you know.

    ciao
     
  18. Peter K.

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    #18 Peter K., Sep 28, 2013
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    I remember a member bought a set a few years back and it was about 3000 US including shipping to US.
     
  19. Olivier NAMECHE

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    My pleasure

    I was so sure that a Wise man will contact Roin in order to get them reproduced....

    with a little imagination and no fear to ask, everything is possible !
     
  20. Jota 5084

    Jota 5084 Formula 3

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    Isn't it better to make those Bravos from the original molds? Yes, the molds exists.
     
  21. Peter K.

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    I would be interested depending on the price.
     
  22. Albert-LP

    Albert-LP Formula Junior

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    when i will have some definitive price, i will write the real figure here.

    ciao
     
  23. Peter K.

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    Alberto, I appreciate all your efforts on this.
     
  24. Michael Call

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    Yes, thanks Alberto. As Eurospares has no immediate plans to do another run of Countach bravos, I would also be interested.
     
  25. Countachqv

    Countachqv Formula 3

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    I don't get it. I can understand the bravos are rare but for the Oz rims, they are not that rare. Hard to find yes but if one looks forcefully, original good ozs can be found. why make oz replicas?? am I already behind the times on this?
     

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