The Volk Racing 84c Aero Covers are one of the few JDM Wheels that actually feature removeable Aero Covers, which are suposed to aid in brake cooling by extracting air from the braking area. Beneath the Aero Covers are actualy a pretty cool Volk Racing Mesh wheel. Pictured are the Volk Racing 84c by Rays Engineering installed on a JDM Toyota Soarer GT in an advertisement for the Serve Body Kit.
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The Volk Racing Group CV Pro are JDM Wheels really made for high performance driving. The Volk Racing Group CV Pro were designed to be mounted to cars with 4 piston big brake kits. Often confused with the regular Group C, the CV Pro has a slightly different face style and with gold center caps. I feel the Volk Racing Group CV Pro are one of the Iconic JDM wheels of the Japanese supercar peroid of the 90’s.
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The Volk Racing Group C Europe are the one piece version of the Volk Racing Group C JDM Wheels. The Volk Racing Group C Europe features the similar 5 spoke design with an elongated dimple in each spoke, and hidden lug nuts with a hex cover. Pictured what looks to be the Volk Racing Group C Europe mounted to a Nissan Skyline GTST R32. As with all Volk Racing wheels, they are manufactured by Rays Engineering.
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TRD Type FT wheels are 6 spoke JDM Wheels pictured on the bottom Toyota Supra pictured. Produced by Rays Engineering for TRD, they were a popular choice for many Toyota Models of the day. The Toyota Supra is also pictured wearing a TRD 3000GT Racing Aero Cowl, which is the fancy name for the vented hood. The TRD 3000GT Racing Aero Cowl is actually a pretty innovative design as it was copied to many Acura Integra, Honda Civic, and Mitsubish Eclipse of the late 90’s.
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Import Tuner Magazine has provided this great article for all us Wheel Whores out there. Covering some of the hot JDM
wheels from the 80’s and 90’s. Can you believe that no one even used the term “JDM” back then?
If anyone knows which issue of Import Tuner this is from please let me know, it’s a must add to my library.
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