Neu-F 880501B User Manual

User’s guide

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Check lug bolt torque frequently. Failure to use proper lug

bolts with sufficient torque load will result wheel coming loose

and detached while driving causing accident.

Post Installation

Wheel lug bolts will settle and loosen up after initial installation.

Retighten after the first 50-60 miles to specification.

If your car is equipped with tire pressure monitoring sensors,

check them by deflating tires to bellow the default threshold

to test if they are working as they should. If your car is not

equipped with TPMS, check your tire pressures periodically to

make sure there isn’t any leakage.

Maintenance and Storage


Periodically check lug bolt torque load; ideally Every 1000

miles or if you feel that you just ran over a sizable bump on

the road.


Aluminum alloy wheels are susceptible to oxidation when

they are exposed to salt or mud. Wash with water after driving

on beach, snowy or unpaved road.


During hard driving, heat generated by the brake rotor and

caliper transfers to wheel. Avoid exposing hot wheel with

water since it may cause coating/finish damage or cracks.

Wait until everything cools down before proceeding.


Do not use abrasive chemical with strong acid or alkaline

for cleaning agent. Please use diluted soap water or specific

wheel cleaner (not for chrome finish) with soft cloth to wash

and clean wheel. Do not use metal brush, brill pads, scotch

brite, or other similar coarse products. Soft tooth or bristol

brushes are ideal to clean off dirt from tight corners. Rinse

with clean and ambient temperature water.


Rinse dirt/dust using ambient temperature water from garden

hose. The use of pressure washer is not recommended

especially the gas powered commercial model.


When storing for prolonged period of time, keep wheel/tire

away from direct sunlight, rain, oil, humidity, and heat.

Reducing tire pressure to half (1/2) during storage is also



When reinstalling on vehicle, re-check tire pressure and

balance. Also inspect lug bolts for: correct lug seat, thread

condition, hex-head corners, and overall surface. Make sure

there is not any damage. Damaged lug bolt can cause further

damage towards hub and improper fitting, which may cause

wheel coming loose while driving. Torque to correct spec.

Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor (TPMS)

All passenger vehicles with post, and some prior to, September 2007

production date are equipped with Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor

or TPMS system. It consists of a sensor for each wheel and a

receiver located somewhere in your dashboard. In order for the

system to perform correctly, you need to transfer all four sensors from

factory wheels to NEUSPEED RS wheels. Depending on year and

model, some TPMS systems may require software reset that can only

be done by dealership. Make sure to notify the installer if your car is

equipped with TPMS. Refer to your car-operating manual or your local

service advisor for additional information.

Wheel Installation

Note that RSe wheels utilize OEM lug bolts with R13 ball seat (Audi

& VW specific). If aftermarket lug bolts are planned to be used, make

sure they have the following specification:

(A) Socket Size: 17mm

(B) Seat: Ball – R13mm

(C) Stud: 14mm x 1.5

(D) Stud Length: 27-32mm

When tightening lug bolts, avoid using impact wrench or air gun. Fast

speed and high torque spin produced by impact wrench can cause

cross thread and damage hub carrier.

Tightening Spec:

Lug torque

: 125 N-m (90 Lbs-ft)

Socket size

: 17mm


: See illustration





> All NEUSPEED RS wheels are

TPMS compatible.


Thank you for purchasing our product. Before installing wheel,

please go over this instruction manual thoroughly to ensure proper

safety and performance of the wheel.

Pre Installation

Match specifications on wheel with packaging label, and physically

check-fit wheel on vehicle before mounting tire.

Items to check:

• Center/hub bore diameter

• Brake clearance - Caliper and rotor

• PCD or bolt pattern

• Offset or E.T.


Please pass this instruction manual to customer after reading.

• • •

Tire mounted wheel is not exchangeable or returnable in

any condition.

(A) Tire bead seat
(B) Tire bead hump
(C) Wheel well
(D) PCD (pitch circle diameter)
(E) Center bore diameter
(F) Wheel width center
(G) Offset
(H) Back-pad
(I) Lug hole diameter
(J) Wheel width
(K) Valve stem hole
(L) Wheel diameter