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Modulare Wheels is proud to introduce our B1 forged monoblock wheel in a centerlock configuration exclusively for Porsche. This special version is called the B1-CL, and it is available in 19 and 20” diameters for all late model Porsche 997 with the factory centerlocking hubs.

This 2010 Porsche 997 GT3 features a set of the new B1-CL in a 20” diameter, 8.5” front and 12” rear, mated to Toyo Proxes T1-R rubber in sizes 245/30/20 front and 315/25/20 rear.

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What is the weight difference between the stock center locks and your new wheels?
 
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Originally Posted by smokinghot4cars View Post
What is the weight difference between the stock center locks and your new wheels?
I actually don't know what the OE wheel weighs, but these came out about 23 lbs each
 
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