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HRE Wheels Murder Out a Ferrari Enzo

Monday, August 13th, 2012:

The Arizona-based tuners at Supercar Specialists have murdered out this customers Ferrari Enzo with a new set of HRE P43S CL monoblock rims. They feature a central locking hub and this particular set was wrapped in high performance Bridgestone tires. These are one of HRE Wheels lightest models, being forged from aerospace-grade 6061-T6 aluminum and finished with the gloss black look seen here. Put these together with one of rarest Ferrari supercars to date and you have a winner.

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HRE Wheels – Vintage Look For Modern Super Cars

Thursday, February 16th, 2012:

The rim specialists at HRE wheels have launched a new line of rims to give the modern supercar a vintage look. These 3-piece designed wheels are similar to the BBS and called the 501 wheels, the 288 GTO-style five-spoke HRE 505 wheels, and the Lamborghini Countach 505 teledials. HRE also announced that the finishes for these rims are virtually limitless, meaning the customer can probably purchase any color combination imaginable. The popular HRE wheels manufacturer also stated that new wheels will be available for the BMW 1M and BMW M3, along with a variety of options for the Ferrari and Lamborghini supercar models.

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HRE Wheels On Oakley Design Ferrari 458 Italia

Saturday, November 6th, 2010:

HRE Wheels Ferrari 458 Italia

The rim and wheel manufacturers from HRE had a variety of exotic cars at the SEMA Show to showcase their wheels, one being the Oakley Design Ferrari 458 Italia. This car was first released over the summer, with an original production number of five cars all in white. Since then it has been extended to create seven of these automobiles, another white one, and this red one seen here. With the addition of the 20-inch HRE wheels the Ferrari 458 dropped eleven pounds from each corner of the car. Oakley Design then installed a new carbon fiber front lip to increase downforce at the front by more than fifty pounds. A silver rear spoiler delivers an additional 48 pounds of the force to the rear when it is traveling at 150 mph.

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