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Dymag Carbon Fibre Racing Wheels

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CARTEL - ONLINE are proud to announce dealership for DYMAG alloy wheels ,

The new carbon/magnalium wheels were developed by Dymag for performance cars to achieve new standards of performance by achieving very low wheel weights and moments of inertia whilst retaining great strength and rigidity with the flexibility needed for both road and track use.

The tech :

The effect of carbon/magnalium wheels when fitted to the car is to reduce the gyroscope effect of the wheel this gives the following effects:

  • Improved acceleration
  • Improved braking, reduced stopping distance
  • Lighter, sharper steering, gives better feel and more responsive handling

The Porn :









All Dymag wheels are custom made to your requirements Choose from :

15 - 20 inch diameter

7 - 12 inches wide

Custom Colour centre

Specific offset / stud pattern

I have sold many EVO specific DYMAG's for everything from hot street cars to my friends 800 horsepower time attack monster ,

A typical 18 x 8.5 set custom made to your requirements would be about 7500 AUD but please PM with your requirements and i will get a quote to suit your individual requirements !

Best Regards


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