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  • Enkei Racing Series RPF1 Wheels

  • …is typically a very lightweight wheel. For example, the 16X7 for the Honda Civic only weighs 13.7 lbs. The 18X8.5 for the Nissan 350Z only weighs 18.3 lbs. The RPF1 Enkei wheels are manufactured in Japan where Enkei was founded in 1950. The Enkei Racing RPF1 wheels exceed the JWL and VIA strength…

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  • Enkei Racing Series RFP1 Rims at Tire Rack

  • …weighs 18.3 lbs. The RPF1 rims are manufactured in Japan where Enkei was founded in 1950. The Enkei Racing RPF1 rims exceed the JWL and VIA strength test standards that have much higher requirements than the US DOT testing. Additionally, Enkei's MAT process allows them to reduce the overall weight…

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  • Enkei Rims

  • Enkei wheels bring sophistication to the track and everyday roadway. Founded in Japan in 1950, Enkei's worldwide presence ranges from Asia to North America, Latin America and Europe. Enkei wheels are divided into three distinct groups, each of which features the latest wheel designs while Enkei

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  • Enkei has a rich history dating back over thirty years, originating in Japan with a focus on lightweight aftermarket and Original Equipment wheels intended for high-performance applications. In fact, Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton and his team rely on Enkei wheels for their durability and weight…

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