Killer looks with a high-depth durable Liquid Silver* powder coated finish
Grip the road and pass cars on the outside lane with the added traction of extra wide wheels
Sets your vehicle apart from other boring BMWs with an eye catching aggressive split-7 spoke design
Don't get left in the dust & be faster off the line thanks to reduced un-sprung weight on your chassis
High Strength FlowForm Production
Durability of a Fully Forged Wheel
Lightweight and Excellent Value
Durable powder coated Finish
2001-2006 E46 BMW M3
2007-2012 E90 BMW 328i 335i
2009+ E89 Z4 (non M)
2011-2017 F10/F11 BMW 528i 535i 550i
2011+ F06/F12/F13 BMW 640i 650i
2013+ F30/F34 BMW 320i 328i 335i 340i
2014+ F32/F33/F36 428i 435i
2014+ F80/F82 BMW M3 M4
2016+ F87 BMW M2
HRE Wheels, known for decades as being one of the finest wheel manufacturers around and the go-to choice for racing teams around the world, has recently introduced their new line of Flow-Form wheels. Offering strength properties similar to Forged wheels at a lower price point, while still maintaining the high standards of HRE Performance Wheels.
These wheels conform to the highest standards of quality, satisfying the strictest standards - and the wheels are designed and engineered in the United States, just 75 or so miles south of ModBargains in San Diego, CA.
As you'd expect of any HRE Wheel, they're lightweight, too, starting at just over 22lbs. each (for reference, a 19"" BMW 351M wheel weighs over 32lbs., a comparable FF01 weighs 24.4lbs).
HRE Performance Wheels' all new line ofFlowFormwheels combines the strength and durability of a forged wheel,
at a price point that is near standard OEM cast wheels.
The process begins with a pressure-cast perform, where it is then rapidly cooled. This quick cooling of the metal right after heating (sometimes referred to asquenching) enhances the elastic strength and durability by increasing the metals density
The strengthened pre-form(Fig A), is then pulled from the mold and placed into the flow-forming machine,(Fig B)which operates in a manner similar to a potters' wheel. This process stretches the barrel downward, causing the metal to ""flow"" into the correct ""form"", hence the name, and this process ultimately gives the wheel its final shape(Fig C).
This ""stretching"" process changes the internal grain structure of the aluminum (much like the direction of the grain makes a difference in wood), making it stronger, lighter and more precise than a non-flow-formed barrel, resulting in forged aluminum-like strength.
2006-2013 E90/E92 BMW 3-Series & M3 HRE FF01 Gallery