CHANGE UP THE LOOK OF OUR WHEELS WITH 7 DIFFERENT FITMENT CONFIGURATIONS
The Duoblock configuration is the most refined and remarkable design in aftermarket wheel engineering. It provides more depth than our Xtreme Concave configuration and combines it with our Mono configuration to provide a revolutionary 2-piece constructed wheel that is versatile without compromising performance and comfort.
The Monoblock configuration offers simplistic beauty with a deep concave profile that is race inspired and engineered to be the lightest and most profound of the family. Defining the experience by its unified 1-piece construction that allows it to remove the weight of assembly hardware meanwhile improving ride comfort makes it the first choice of performance vehicles.
The Performance configuration was introduced to be lighter and more powerful than our Xtreme Concave configuration. Although it shares the same deep concave aesthetics, it loses 4” inches of material off the center disk, not only to reduce weight on the center disk but also on the barrel.
The Signature configuration is our entry-level profile that was designed with the performance enthusiast at mind. With an original Flat-Face profile to restrict the mass of the center disk, it becomes the lightest in weight of all multi-piece wheel configurations, making it a true classic.
Step Lip Concave
The SL (Step Lip Concave) configuration utilizes a center disk that is 1” smaller in diameter to reduce weight, unsprung mass, and improve return on inertia. The configuration also features a unique concave spoke profile and a signature undercut for improved aerodynamics.
The XC (Xtreme Concave) configuration was meticulously designed and crafted to challenge the limits of aesthetics and versatility with a staggering front and rear deep concave profile that also provides depth in the outer rim halve for an astonishing appearance.
Xtreme Lip Technology
The XLT (Xtreme Lip Technology) configuration also known as “Step Forging” was created to aesthetically improve the depth of the outer rim half by adding a 2” drop to push the assembly register back and maintain brake clearance for most performance vehicles meanwhile providing an impressive appearance.