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22” deep concave 3pc wheels

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WB Frostbite Blue with 22” staggered CST-ER 3pc wheels
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22” RXL144 deep concave
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22” staggered CXL.EX deep concave
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Because I know a guy... That owns another company that might benefit in a co-op...


Do you have any wheel designs that (without actually looking like a propeller) specifically draw through the wheel well through the wheel (and therefor past the rotors).

So put another way, a design that is still stylish, but also specifically works to pull air through the wheel, a subtle airfoil of sorts?
 


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Because I know a guy... That owns another company that might benefit in a co-op...


Do you have any wheel designs that (without actually looking like a propeller) specifically draw through the wheel well through the wheel (and therefor past the rotors).

So put another way, a design that is still stylish, but also specifically works to pull air through the wheel, a subtle airfoil of sorts?
Here’s a link to our site ; triumphforged.com please take a look , we’ll look for a few options that may work and send images.
 


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Here’s a link to our site ; triumphforged.com please take a look , we’ll look for a few options that may work and send images.


So to be clear, this is just a concept (and probably not even a new one). But the "CSV" design, if subtly changed, and maybe not even in an outwardly apparent way, might be able to cause a slight draw through the wheel well and the wheel to draw air across the wheel, which obviously helps cool the wheel, and then being that the wheel is a heat sink for the rotor, in turn, cool the rotor.

Turning those spokes into foils (without radically changing their appearance) might do the trick. It would make the wheels directional, but for the right customers, the benefit could be real. (road course guys)

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So to be clear, this is just a concept (and probably not even a new one). But the "CSV" design, if subtly changed, and maybe not even in an outwardly apparent way, might be able to cause a slight draw through the wheel well and the wheel to draw air across the wheel, which obviously helps cool the wheel, and then being that the wheel is a heat sink for the rotor, in turn, cool the rotor.

Turning those spokes into foils (without radically changing their appearance) might do the trick. It would make the wheels directional, but for the right customers, the benefit could be real. (road course guys)

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Yeah that’s doable with either the CSV or the SFS for a non-concave profile.
 




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