One thing that sets Lenso apart is our large array of offsets. This has always been appreciated by the drift scene throughout Asia whether it's Skylines, Supras, 200 SX, or even Falcons and Commodores. People always ask us why Lenso's fit like a glove and part of the reason is a complete array of perfect offsets.
The 90Z is Lenso's latest edition to the Project D range. We took the popular and high performing Race-4, increased the spoke thickness to allow for chamfering, and then added the most breath-taking finishes, to create a set of wheels that will turn heads on any ride.
The Spec-E is one of the Project D flagship wheels. A high performance alloy wheel with 5 sets of double concave spokes in a seriously sporty look. The lightweight but durable frame delivers high performance on road and track. Available in an array of sizes including two drift spec options with an ET of -1 or +22. The Spec-E also comes in three stunning finishes of Matt Black, Copper Tint, and Hyper Silver.
Our state of the art Flow Forming Technology was originally designed to create the nose cones on fighter jets and missiles here's a video on why it makes such great wheels.
Lenso's newest 4x4 wheel has a deadly but unique look. An engineered high strength rubber ring provides high performance wheel protection while still looking the business. This new Lenso innovation means there's no wheel out there quite like the MX Spider.
Emphasize the strength of LENSO alloy wheels with proof from the Toyota Motor Sport race car to your trusty pride.
Today we are going to explain to you why lighter wheels are good for your car. First, let us look at current automobile industries and you can see that all the medium to high-end cars are all fitted with Alloy Wheels and only the low end cars are fitted with disc wheels.
We are back again with useful information that we would like to impart to our fans.
There are several ways to produce an alloy wheel, ranging from a conventional “Gravity Casting” technique widely used among price conscious producer, given that it is easy to produce at a lower cost and able to create a complex form with ease. However, there is a limitation in its nature. This technique is prone to have air residue in the core resulting in the brittleness and crack under high load.