The ISVR1 in Detail
Flow form wheel manufactured using IW FusionForged™ and Motioncast™ technologies, designed to enhance modern Land Rover vehicles.
|22 X 9.5||PC||TBC*||1025KG||£498.75|
|23 X 9.5||PC||TBC*||1025KG||£623.75|
Centre caps NOT included. Please use OEM centre cap. Recommend part No LR069899.
PC = Performance Concave
Land Rover - 5 x 120 / 5 x 108
2 years warranty and lifetime structural integrity guarantee, click here for further details.
Please contact IW or your nearest Authorised Dealer for fitment advice for your vehicle.
Please note prices shown include UK VAT at 20%
The ISVR1 is a registered IW
design (reg no: TBC)
ISVR1 Colour Options
OEM Centre Caps
The ISVR1 has been designed specifically to use OEM centre caps
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 heated wheel barrel.
Fusionforged™ Step 3Flow forming alters the structure of the aluminium to produce a wheel barrel that is thinner, stronger and significantly lighter than traditional cast.