I don't think they are forged. I've been trying to find information about how they are made, forged or cast and haven't found much information. I think though they are either cast or flow formed...Darshana S..Yes, bros I have the WEDs. They're forged and much lighter than OEMs at less than 9kg per wheel. I still think that the ISF's better lap time against the C63 in our magazine's comparo was partly due to it. he he he.. But there is noticable improvement especially when exiting from curves at the track. I have 8 in. up front and 9s at the rear but offsets are such that they stick out a bit more. I think they are 35 and 45 respectively. I use my original Pilots Sports for tires and there's a bit of rubbing on the rear but not enough to cause significant damage.
Takes one to know one...I'm referring to your name.. lol. So you got the 9s and 10s and no problem ha. Now I'm jealous. What size tires did you put? As you said it could be the series 35s and 30s that's gotten you away from the rubbing. Mine rubs but very lightly, left rear, actually mostly on the track at BRC when taking a reducing right hander on third. You can imagine it's a pretty tight one, and oh only when I have a passenger at the rear. And the rubbing is really not that much for me to do something with the lip. I just don't know what happens when I change tires. I think I'll try on the new Yoko Neovas or Bridge RE 011.I have the Blue Chrome metallic in a 19X9 and 19X10. Just put them on and tried all sorts of ways to make them rub but no rubbing issues so far. The only thing I have not done is put 4 people and some cargo in it. Mounted them with PS2's. Except for the 2 month wait, I'm pretty happy with it. I'll try to post pics.
oarngemig,, hope all is well with the storm, I know that Magallanes got hit pretty hard as well as some of Dasma.