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If you're looking for a lightweight, yet durable, attractive, and affordable wheels for your Nissan 350Z, Superspeed has the right wheel for you. This brand has been on the market of alloy wheels for over 15 years, and today offers top-quality aftermarket rims that will not only customize the appearance of your vehicle but also drastically improve its performance.

Superspeed Flow Form wheel like pursues the balance between rigidity, strength, and lightweight. Flow Form manufacturing process combines the characteristics of casting, forging, compressing, and rolling. It results in achieving high strength and weight reduction of the wheel while obtaining better mechanical property. We are happy to announce that now Superspeed Flow Form wheels are exclusively available at CARiD.com!

Our tech expert Greg prepared a detailed video review on Superspeed Flow Form wheels, all their features, specifications, and options available. So, if you like what you’ve seen in this video, head over to CARiD.com right now to pick up a set of SuperSpeed wheels for your Nissan 350Z!
Superspeed™ | Wheels & Rims from an Authorized Dealer — CARiD.com




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These wheels look promising, with what sounds like a rotational casting method that produces low weight and high strength wheel at an affordable price. I wonder if these Superspeed wheels are actually made in Canada , or are a Far East import? Maybe Greg will monitor some threads and give us an answer?
 

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Hey guys! As per the manufacturer, ther are made in Canada, at least that's the information ve've got.

FlowForming is slightly different from the rotational casting method. In Flow Forming, once the cast is made the unfinished wheel is placed on a machine where the wheel is heated to over 400 degrees and then spun. A spinning disc contacts the wheel and widens the barrel of the wheel forming the final shape and width of the wheel. This process of heat and pressure helps strengthen the aluminum in the barrel portion of the wheel. The center of the wheel is still cast, but in general, these wheels are lighter and stronger than similar alloy rims, yet not as durable as forged wheels (Superspeed makes forged wheels too).

Let me know if you have any other quesitons about the wheels or fitment!
 
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