Precision Mount & Balance Performed by a Professional
1 Piece Cast Aluminum Construction
Wheel weight 26 lbs each
What's in the Box
(4) 19x9.5 SVE Drift Wheels
(4) Sumitomo HTR ZIII 275/40/19
(4) Chrome Valve Stems
SVE Drift Wheels For 2005-2014 Mustang
LRS is now proud to offer our wheel & tire packages. This kit includes 4 Black 19x9.5" 5 lug SVE Drift wheels & Sumitomo HTR ZIII 275/40/19 tires mounted, balanced, & ready to go. We have found this wheel & tire combination to be a direct fit for your 2005-2014 Mustang.
From Start To Finish
All of our wheel and tire kit orders are handled professionally and with the highest level of quality to make sure they are ready to bolt on when they arrive on your doorstep! Our facilities utilize high tech digital mounting equipment, trained technicians, and a clean work area. All of our mounting and balancing is done FREE of charge with the purchase of any wheel & tire kit!
2007-2014 Mustang TPMS Info
LatemodelRestoration.com has simplified your TPMS needs with our valve stem mounted universal sensor and training tool kit. With the purchase of this TPMS kit we will install the sensors on your purchased wheel and tire kit at no additional charge. Click on the picture of the sensor below and find our sensor kit and easy to follow training instructions.
The SVE Drift wheels give your Mustang a race inspired look that is second to none. These wheels are available for 94-14 Mustangs. They are available in the following sizes:
94-04 Sizes: ** 18x9 ** 18x10
05-14 Sizes: ** 18x9 ** 18x10 ** 19x9.5
They can be purchased individually or in wheel and tire kits to save you time and money. The multi spoke design can give your SN-95 or S197 Mustang an aggressive yet modern look that will set it apart from the crowd. Click the link above to see the full selection of LatemodelRestoration.com's exclusive SVE Drift wheels and kits!
If you're on the hunt for your next set of Mustang wheels, look no further than a set of SVE drifts. They're available in 18x9 and 18x10 fitments in both '94 to '04 and '05 and up Mustangs. We also have fitments available in 19x9.5 for '05 and up Mustangs.
Either way you choose, you can get them wheels individually or mounted and balanced in one of our wheel and tire kits. They'll add a great matte black appearance to your Mustang. And yes, they will even fit a Fox body if you're running an SN95-style brake conversion. Grab yours today at latemodelrestoration.com.
Don't for get to add this TPMS sensor kit to your wheel and tire kit! When purchased with a wheel and tire kit, the TPMS sensors will be installed at no extra charge.
2007-2014 Mustangs came equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System, or TPMS. When changing out or upgrading your wheels & tires, the common practice in the past has been to go through the hassle & expense of having your original tires & wheels dismounted just so you could re-use your old TPMS sensors.
No More bands to mess with! This new style sensor is a valve stem mount for reduced cost & ease of installation. It is fully compatible with 2007-2014 Mustang & completely takes the place of the original type band mounted sensor.
We here at Latemodel Restoration Supply believe that when you buy a new wheel & tire kit for your Mustang, you should be able to put them directly on your Mustang with no further hassle. So we put together this low cost TPMS sensor kit to make that dream a reality.
The kit consists of 4 Tire Pressure Sensors & a TPMS training tool to train the new sensors to your Mustang.
Hey, everybody. J-Mac and Jeff here, and we're going to show you how to install new wheels and tires on your '07 to present Mustang with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System.
All right. Now, we do get a lot of calls on retreading TPMS sensors to your Mustang, so we will walk you through step by step on getting that done.
All right. Now, we're going to swap out these 2012 Boss 302 wheels with a set of these four racing Laguna Seca-style wheels with Nitto Invo tires. Let's go ahead and get these things swapped out.
Now, just a quick tip before you get your new wheels on the car. From the factory, you're going to have a couple of these little metal clips on your lug studs holding your rotors on. Now, these are used at the factory to hold the rotor onto the hub as it's going down the assembly line. Now, your factory wheels have a little recess behind the lug nut hole that allows it to go over this ring.
Some of your aftermarket wheels, like these Laguna Seca wheels, also have that recess. A lot of aftermarket wheels don't. So they're flat on the back, meaning if you leave these on, your wheel is never going to be flush up against the rotor, and you're going to have vibration problems. Just as a precaution, I always pull them off. You'll have one to two per wheel, and you can just take your pair of needle-nose pliers, grab hold, and pull them right off.
All right. Once you get your wheels swapped out, snug up your lug nuts, put the car back on the ground, and then final torque them. Do 100 foot-pounds. Now, two reasons you want to torque your lug nuts, A, to make sure that they're completely tight, B, uneven torque on your lug nuts could cause you to warp your rotors. Not a cheap proposition to replace.
Now, you can pick up a torque wrench at somewhere like Harbor Freight or Sears for next to nothing. A really good tool to have in your arsenal if you do anything with cars whatsoever.
Now, to train your TPMS sensors to your '07 to present Mustang, you want to start out by putting your key in the ignition leaving it in the off position. Press and release the brake pedal. Turn your key on, off, on, off, back on. Press and release the brake pedal again. Turn your key off, then you want to go on, off, on, off, on. You'll hear the audible honk. Jeff, go ahead and start training the wheels.
All right. To train your TPMS sensor, take the supplied tool. It's got an arrow on the front telling you which side needs to face the sidewall of the tire. Press the tool to the sidewall near the valve stem. Press and hold the button. You should hear a honk just like that. Now, the process you're going to take is going to be the front driver side, then the front passenger side, the rear passenger side, and then, lastly, the rear driver side tire.
All right. Once the driver rear tire has been trained, you'll hear a single honk. And if you have a heads-up display, it'll say training complete. Now, on some year models, when you turn the ignition off, you'll have a single honk. Now, on any year model, if you hear double honk, that means your training did not take, and you need to start over again from the beginning.
Dress-up your S197 Mustang with the SVE Appearance Kit! SVE Drift wheels, deck lid panel, chin spoiler and fender decals. Add some killer head-turning looks to your 'Stang with this 05-09 Mustang GT appearance kit.
This kit features the following parts: SVE Drift Wheels - Black 19x9.5 Nitto 555 Tires SVE rear deck lid black-out panel Chin spoiler for the front bumper Fender decal - Red
0:00:00 - 0:00:30 If you have picked up a used 05-09 Mustang GT and you want to set it apart from the rest, you need our SVE appearance package. This appearance package is specifically designed for 05-09 S197 Mustang GTs. It includes red vinyl fender hash marks. Simple peel and stick. A set of our SVE drift wheels mounted up with your favorite Nitto 555 tires, front chin spoiler and a rear deck lid panel.
0:00:30 - 0:00:46 Installation of all these parts will take just a couple hours in your driveway and by the time you're done you will have a completely new Mustang!! Head on over to LatemodelRestoration.com for everything you could possibly need for your 05-09 Mustang.
I purchased the SVE drift tire and wheel package. I had to purchase the Sumitomo package because it was the only diameter that would have been close to the stock 245 45 19 Pirelli P Zero tires that came with my 2012 California special . The other available package was 275 35 19, and the overall diameter would have been almost an inch shorter. The SVE drift wheels were beautiful and arrived in perfect condition, other than the fact the tire weights were hanging off one of the wheels. Luckily, I noticed them before taking the car for a test drive.
Shipping was quick and it was nice not owing UPS duty or taxes after the wheels arrived in Canada.
The reason for the below average rating is for the tires. They are horrible. The entire reason I bought this package, was that the stock 245 Pirelli P zeros were too narrow to provide adequate grip for a car of this horsepower. unfortunately the Sumitomo tires are even worse, despite being more than an inch wider. Obviously LRS does not make the tires, so I don't blame them. But after spending quite a bit of money to get the tire/wheel package here, I have to go out and drop 1200.00 on Michelin Pilot Super Sports. I do not trust my car on the Sumitomo tires. They break loose at the slightest throttle, and do not inspire any confidence whatsoever when pushed hard. Temperatures have been in the low 60's, so maybe that is too cold for these tires, but the much slimmer Pirellis were considerably better in the same temperature.
SVE, or Special Vehicle Equipment, is your trusted source for 1979-93 Mustang Foxbody, 1994-98 Mustang SN95, 1999-04 Mustang New Edge, or 2005-present Mustang S197 performance and styling products. Buy SVE products from Latemodel Restoration Supply and receive the best value and quality, with industry-leading customer service. Whether you need Mustang wheels, Mach1 chin spoilers, control arms, subframe connectors, clutches, lowering springs, cold air intake kits, or big brake kits, SVE is the brand you should demand.
SVE and 50resto Warranty
One Year Hassle Free Replacement
SVE and 50resto products are warranted to be free from defects in materials or workmanship for one year from date of purchase. What does this warranty cover? YOU! That’s right, whether you ordered a SVE brand Mach I grille delete or a 50resto brand light kit, if your product fails within a year of your purchase we got your back! Some conditions will apply.