Enkei PF01 SILVER RIM
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Enkei PF01 SILVER RIM
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Made with Enkei’s MAT technology, the PF01 is a light, racer-friendly wheel. Sized from 15” to 18”, with plenty of clearance for large brake calipers. The new PF01 is a high quality, very lightweight wheel offered at a competitive price.
ULTRA LIGHT-WEIGHT DESIGN - Utilizing Enkei’s MAT flow-forming technology, the PF01 is designed to be an ultra lightweight wheel. The PF01 is engineered to take Enkei’s light-weight racing wheel line to the next level. PF01’s split five-spoke design represents its lightness and sporty feel. The subtle edge on the sides of the spokes adds a unique dimensional accent to its design.
WIDE APPLICATION - Responding to popular demand, the PF01 offers a wide variety of ap- plications including 15x8 and 18x10.5. This wheel also has a large brake caliper clearance to meet car enthusiasts’ needs.
ROULETTE PATTERN - Our unique roulette pattern is grooved on the rim to reduce the slippage ratio between tire and rim. The roulette-pattern maintains the best condition of the wheel and tire assembly, thus achieving the highest performance during extreme acceleration and deceleration. The roulette pattern is also used for McLaren Mercedes Formula One racing wheels.
|Headline:||Attractive and Lightweight|
|Comment:||The PF01 looks great, and I've received many compliments. I have 15x7+35 on the front and 15x8+35 (+10mm spacer) in the rear on a 2001 Toyota MR2 Spyder. It rubs the fender plastic in the front (with 205/50) and sometimes rubs in the rear (with 225/45). Nothing serious though. It's lowered about 40mm from stock. The tires sizes are limited for a 15x8 wheel. I want 225s, but they tend only come in extreme performance summer tires if I want the proper profile (45). The tire selection for the 15x7 is pretty good. The 205/50 bulges a little too much in the front, so I'll go with a 195 next time. It looks like a little bit too much tire. Thorough cleaning takes some time because of all the surface area. They clean up easily though.|
|Bottom Line:||Would Recommend to a Friend|
|Posted:||On Aug 18, 2010 by Spyder Guy|