VD18X Spin Forged

The Varro VD01 Wheel features an aggressive split-five spoke design with available Mirror Cut Face, Brushed face or Gloss Black finishes.

Starting at $365 ea


SIZES
19x8.5  / 19x9.5
20" Coming Soon
22" Coming Soon

WEIGHTS
19" ~19-21 lbs
20" ~22-24 lbs
22" ~25-28 lbs

FINISHES
Gloss Titanium w/ Brushed Face
Gloss Black
Gloss Silver w/ Brushed Face
Custom Finishes Available

BOLT PATTERNS
5x100
5x108
5x110
5x112
5x114.3
5x115
5x120
5x120.65
5x127
5x130

OFFSET RANGE
+25mm TO +45mm
*max range varies by size

VD18X Spin Forged

The Varro VD01 Wheel features an aggressive split-five spoke design with an available Brushed face or Gloss Black finishes.

Starting at $365 ea


SIZES
19x8.5  /19x9.5
20" Coming Soon
22" Coming Soon



 

WEIGHTS
19" ~19-21 lbs
20" ~22-24 lbs
22" ~25-28 lbs

FINISHES
Gloss Titanium w/ Brushed Face
Gloss Black
Gloss Silver w/ Brushed Face
Custom Finishes Available

BOLT PATTERNS
5x100
5x108
5x110
5x112
5x114.3


5x115
5x120
5x120.65
5x127
5x130

OFFSET RANGE
+25mm TO +45mm
*max range varies by size

What is Spin Forged?

IT'S ALL ABOUT INNOVATION
Rotary Forged or Spin Forged is the technology of Flow Forming a wheel and is one of the most innovative manufacturing processes to enter the wheel industry.  This complex process involves the application of heat and pressure to the inner barrel of the wheel, stretching and compressing the aluminum, which increases tensile strength of the barrel.

   This development shares similar properties to those found in the forging method.  The final product is lighter, stronger and has improved shock resistance as well as an increased load capacity over regular cast wheels.  The major difference between cast and flow formed wheels is in the thickness of the wheel barrel.   The flow forming process increases the strength of the aluminum allowing the barrel to be made much thinner and lighter than a regular cast wheel.

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STEP 1
A specially designed aluminum cast is created with the barrel ready to be Flow Formed.
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STEP 2
The wheel now spins at a high rate as it gets heated to allow for the stretching of the material.
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STEP 3
Once heated, the rollers press onto the barrel in a downward motion to the required width of the wheel.
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STEP 4
As this process finishes, the aluminum strengthens giving the wheel higher impact tolerance. 

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