Volk Racing GR-N by Rays Engineering – JDM Wheels

Volk Racing GR-N by Rays Engineering - JDM Wheels
The Volk Racing GR-N or Volk Racing Group N are JDM Wheels made by Rays Engineering. The Volk Racing GR-N feature an 8 spoke design and with exposed multi lug pattern, usually 8×100 for faster mounting. The Volk Racing GR-N are made from Forged Aluminum at the Rays Foundry.

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AME Modelart by Enkei – JDM Wheels

AME Modelart by Enkei - JDM Wheels
The AME Modelart are JDM Wheels with a fancy twist made by Enkei Wheels in Japan. The AME Modelart features a smooth 5 spoke profile with a center cap to hide the lug nuts to a point center. The Modelart features 2 piece consruction and stepped lips. Pictured are The AME wheels on a Toyota Soarer, Toyota Crown Majesta, Toyota Aristo and the fastest of the bunch FD3s Mazda RX7.

 

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BRX Exclusive by Yokohama Wheels – JDM Wheels

BRX Exclusive by Yokohama Wheels - JDM Wheels
The BRX Exclusive are JDM Wheels geared towards achieving a Luxury look. The BRX Exclusive features a short 5 spoke design reminisent of offerings from AMG and Lorinser wheels for Mercedes Benz Vehicles. The BRX Exclusive features 2 piece construction with exposed lug nuts. Also featured are the BRX BM-1 and BRX BS5.

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BBR Competition by Bahnbrecher Racing – JDM Wheels

BBR Competition by Bahnbrecher Racing – JDM Wheels
The BBR Competition are JDM Wheels which feature a 2 piece welded construction. The BBR Competition are uniquely noted by their finned turbo / turbine look. The BBR Competition are made for Bahnbrecher Racing / easyriders by Enkei Wheels in Japan. Pictured are the BBR Competition on the BBR Easy Riders EG Honda Civic Race Car. In case you were wondering, Google Translate, translated the German word “Bahnbrecher” to English for “Pioneer”.

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