I have had many sets of ITP rims, my favorite is the black Type 7, that went out of production last year, but there are still some out there. I had a set of SS's that looked pretty sharp before I took the first ride with them. I highly recomend that if you are looking at different rims exspecially if you are looking at the SS wheels, that you go with the black version.
The black is powdercoaded on there, where the others have a clear coated over polished or brushed aluminum fininsh, which would be fine if it were a car, and or if you never went off road or through any mud, or brush or even tall grass. The clear coat scratches or scuffs real easy, that's why I highly recomend the black version, they hold up much better.
Most cast wheels will actually weigh more then your oem steel wheels, 2-4 pounds each on average. If you have OEM spun aluminum then you are likely going to be gaining 6-8 pounds per wheel going to cast wheels.
General rule of thumb wheel weights are as follows.
Spun aluminum wheel weighs 6-8 #'s
Steel wheel weighs 8-10 #'s
Cast aluminum wheel weighs 12-14 #'s
2009 Polaris Sportsman 850XP EPS (Stealth Black)
2012 Can-am Outlander 1000 Black XT with DPS
Past Polaris Quads:
2011 Polaris Sportsman 850XP EPS LE Touring (Graphite)
08 Polaris Sportsman 90 (Stealth Black)
2010 Sportsman black 850 eps, 2008 black LE X2 800
2008 Polaris RZR 800, 2005 Polaris Sporstman 800, 2002 Trail Boss 325, 2001 Sportsman 500, 2000 Sportsman 500, 1999 Scrambler,