See the FFRM in Action
The FFRM in Detail
A lightweight flow form wheel manufactured using IW FusionForged™ and Motioncast™ technologies, designed to enhance modern high performance vehicles.
|19 X 8.5||PC||TBC*||700KG||£357.00|
|19 X 9||PC||TBC*||700KG||£357.00|
|19 X 10||DC||TBC*||700KG||£372.00|
|19 X 9.5||DC||TBC*||700KG||£372.00|
|20 X 8.5||PC||TBC*||750KG||£415.00|
|20 X 9||PC||TBC*||750KG||£415.00|
|20 X 10||DC||TBC*||750KG||£428.00|
|20 X 10.5||DC||TBC*||750KG||£428.00|
* Weights may differ depending on ET and stud pattern.
**Additional charge for IW Exclusive finishes, priced per set.
PC = Performance Concave
DC = Deep Concave
BMW - 5 x 120
Audi/VW/Mercedes - 5 x 112
2 years warranty and lifetime structural integrity guarantee, click here for further details.
Please contact IW for fitment advice for your vehicle.
Please note prices shown include UK VAT at 20%
The FFRM is a registered IW
design (reg no: TBC)
FFRM Colour Options
Combining Cutting Edge Technologies
MotionCast™ - The Pinnacle in casting technology
FFR wheels are initially cast using the IW Motioncast™ process, a superior form of casting that produces a denser alloy with less impurities and air pockets, allowing for a lighter and stronger wheel than traditional Low Pressure Cast wheels.
Low Pressure Cast AlloyMore impurities and air pockets within the alloy
IW Motioncast™Less impurities and fewer air pockets within the alloy
IW Flow Form Technology
IW FusionForged™ utilises our state-of-the-art flow form technology. This process uses a special drum combined with heat and pressure applied by rollers that compress stretch and form the wheel barrel to a pre-defined thickness and desired profile.
This alters the structure of the aluminium forging a wheel barrel that is thinner, stronger and significantly lighter (approx 25%) than a traditional cast wheel, with enhanced strength and reduced weight properties comparable to fully forged wheels.
Fusionforged™ Step 1Each wheel is transferred from an oven to the flow forming drum. High pressure rollers move into position at the top of the wheel barrel.
Fusionforged™ Step 2The rollers move down the barrel applying pressure to compress, stretch and form the entire wheel barrel.
Fusionforged™ Step 3Flow forming alters the grain of the aluminium to produce a wheel barrel that is thinner, stronger and significantly lighter than traditional cast.