Depends on how bad the finish is and what you're hoping to end up with. Sorry, not familiar with those wheels. I'm assuming they are polished aluminum without clearcoat. If so, the PB mini might be enough. Use it with the PowerMetal liquid. Try doing a small area first. If it does the job and you don't see any of the old defects, then you're good to go.
If it's not aggressive enough, you can try the mini MD with the PowerMetal scratch removing paste polish on the same area. If that's good enough, use that first, then go back to the regular ball and either the regular PowerMetal or mag & aluminum polish. Finish with the regular ball and billet polish. Add a little detailing spray to lube the work area if you're using pastes.
I did my Mustangs Eagle wheels like this, but had to start with 600 grit wet sand! They originally were so oxidized that they looked more like brushed aluminum with bad water spots. After "I can't remember how many" hours of sanding and polishing, they came out looking pretty good (sorry, I've deleted the "before