Discussing the quality of a rims from time to time can be hard, as different rims are built for different purposes, whether its for track performance, looks, or for certain purposes. As a wheel’s lover, sometimes we spend the most time thinking about its toughness, the resistance to bending and other forms of damage, then the model of spokes or dishes will be our next point. We bet all of you here already know how great the Enkei brand is. From the timeless design of RPF1 which moderately famous within car enthusiasts in the world, until the latest Enkei wheels likes RC-G4 and RSM9. Even one of our favourite classic wheel, Compe type still exists on their official website. Enkei is one of Japan’s most respected wheel producers for a very great reason, they simply make good and strong wheels. According to some reviews on internet, Enkei wheels tend to be very good-looking without being flashy, and the understated designs contain many features that we think of as anti-impact technology. For example, Enkei makes spokes that are flush or near-flush with the face of the wheel, which prevents an impact from destroying the rim by folding the outer rim over against a spoke. But back in topic now, what you will see in this article is not about how this community do a test on how good the Enkei is, but they gather together, known each others, look after this community, as a car enthusiasts. If we can narrowed my sentence before, they were a family who loved and believed in Enkei wheels. Please scroll down this article to see our coverage in one of the most joy and respectful event in 2014, Enkei Enthusiast Year End Gathering 2014.
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