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bmw m4 f82 on 20" brixton forged flow forged cm16 wheels in satin black

Why Radial Forged?

– New Vehicle Specific Radial Forged+ Technology by Brixton Forged  

New for 2017, Brixton Forged has introduced its CM10 Radial Forged wheel line for BMW which pays homage to some of the most classic Motorsport configurations, all with a new modern mesh design.

Unlike conventional Flow Forged and Flow Form wheel manufacturers, Brixton Forged Radial Forged+ wheels utilize Radial Forged Technology and are specifically engineered and designed per vehicle.

What does this mean?

Flow Forged and Flow Form wheel manufacturers create generic profiles which are designed to work across a number of vehicle makes / models in order to reduce production cost. Flow Forged and Flow Form wheels are not designed, engineered, and tested to be vehicle specific.

On the other hand, each Brixton Forged Radial Forged wheel is designed and manufactured per vehicle allowing us to maximize concavity and fitment per application. Furthermore, each Radial Forged wheel undergoes a series of Vehicle Specific Testing procedures which allow us to optimize the ideal strength-to-weight ratio per vehicle model. This allows us to define the ideal dimensions and weights to improve vehicle acceleration, braking distances and cornering response.

Each wheel set undergoes a full Finite Element Analysis (FEA) taking into account curb weight, dynamic cornering fatigue, dynamic radial fatigue and simulated impact testing and is SAE, JWL and VIA certified*.

The CM10 Radial Forged wheel set is built specifically for BMW F8x / F3x applications. Please click the button below for more information / purchase details.

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A vehicle specific engineered low-pressure casting, unique to Radial Forged Technology, is created before entering into the forging process

The low-pressure cast aluminum face is placed over a steel drum that will define the final dimensions of the wheel

Under high-heat and pressure, the face is pulled and forged over the steel drum to its appropriate width and enters the finishing process