Champion Motorsport forged monolite wheels for Porsche 911/991

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If you’re a Porsche fan, then you’ve heard of Champion Motorsport. Along with performance parts, they’ve been producing the RG5 and RG5B forged monolite wheels for Porsche 911 ’s for years. Now it’s the new 991 ’s turn to sport these rims, and they look like they were meant for this car. Honestly, Porsche should sell their cars with these wheels already installed.

If you’ve bought a 2010 or newer 911, and you have the centerlock wheels option, then you already know that the RG5 and RG5B rims are out of the question for you. But what you probably didn’t know is that they have a RG5 look-a-like just for you. The RG72 forged monolite wheel has the same classic design as the RG5 with a few styling revisions, and, most importantly, they are centerlock wheels. Champion Motorsport also offers wheels for Cayman , Boxster , Panamera , and Cayenne models.

All Champion Motorsport wheels are made from a single piece of aluminum and forged in an 8,000 pound press. The end result is a 19 to 26 pound wheel, depending on width and diameter, that is much stronger than any multi-piece wheel on the market. Each wheel is finished in Brilliant Silver and features and diamond cut and polished outer lip.


10 comments:

Well, I bet a lot is sure to grab this once in a blue moon opportunity to have that forged monolite wheels used exclusively on Porsche models.

If this has been approved by Porsche themselves, then why not try them? It’s probably really helpful too.

Contrary to most of the comments here, I think the wheels are actually complementary to the Porsche models’ looks. Don’t forget the fact that these wheels serve a purpose too.

The wheels are apparently a mismatched component to the Porsche 911/991. I don’t think I get how they find this stylish with the said car’s figure and looks.

As these monolite wheels are installed, the Porsche models have gotten a more sporty appeal.

I’m in a dilemma. Somehow it looks good on the models, but if you look at it alone, it’s not really attractive. Then again, I guess this should be more of a functional feature.

The Porsche 911 is a chic car, and these monolite wheels have been perfectly installed to match with its style. Aside from that, they also contribute to the performance.

The look-a-like wheels are even better! The Porsche 911/991 is exotic, and those monolite wheels are perfectly complementary.

Audilicious, I know right? That was like a misfit automotive.

Are you talking about the materials or the design? Because if you answer the latter, I think that on the photo, it would suit aggressive-styled cars more. I won’t question its quality and class though.

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