Are wheel spacers safe for Infiniti QX50? How thick Infiniti wheel spacers do I need? How to install an AP Racing brake kit safely? For many car enthusiasts who pursue personality and extreme performance, aftermarket wheels and big brake kits upgrades are the most common beginning modification. Big brake upgrade is one of the most instant and effective modifications for performance cars. Although factory brakes offer enough stopping power for daily commuting, they are actually unable to handle continuous high-speed braking and hard-driving in racing events. Performance brake kits help to increase stopping power, enhance heat dissipation, and improve pedal response for shorter braking distances, faster lap times, and safer.
Although upgrading to big brake kits will provide a significant performance increase, they may not always fit stock or aftermarket wheels. In order to accommodate the larger size of performance brake kits, your Infiniti QX50 stock or aftermarket wheels often require the installation of 5×114.3 wheel spacers. By pushing out the wheel, you can gain the ideal amount of clearance for a bigger brake instead of rubbing against it when mounting back the wheel. Besides, they can also increase body control experience, offering better corner performance, and more stable driving. Aesthetically, they bring the wheels more flush with the fender, providing a more aggressive and powerful stance. (Thanks to the owner for supporting.)
Are Infiniti Wheel Spacers Good or Bad?
These Infiniti QX50 wheel spacers allow for putting larger brake calipers and pads on for additional stopping power and better handling. Higher-performance brake kits are often bigger than the stock parts. For this Infiniti QX50 brake upgrade, 20mm wheel spacers make the required room for installing these Alcon brake kits that wouldn’t fit in the factory wheel space. They function as Alcon wheel spacers. Furthermore, installing wheel spacers helps to increase the distance between the left wheels and the right wheels, hence increasing the traction. With the improvement of the traction, the comfort level of handling the vehicle improves a lot.
What does Active Cooling Design Mean?
There is a special design petal shape grooves that exist on the active cooling wheel spacers. The grooves can make use of the wheel spacers rotation to allow the external cold air to enter and continuously flow inside the wheel spacers through these aerodynamic arcs to take away the heat, so as to achieve the purpose of actively dissipating heat for the braking system. The principle is to rotate like a fan for the braking system, supplying air and reducing heat. Through this way, it can improve braking efficiency, and reduce driving safety risks. BONOSS aims to provide products with more additional functions, safer, higher performance, more professional design, and a friendly experience.
Where to Buy Wheel Spacers for Infiniti QX50?
BONOSS has 15mm-50mm Infiniti QX50 wheel spacers in stock. We also offer non-normal thickness’s customized service, completed only in 1-3 days, 3mm-160mm thick, 130mm-350mm dimension is available, OEM/ODM is available. Common requests from our customers include PCD conversion, CB conversion adapters for aftermarket wheels (e.g., 5×114.3 to 5×130 wheel adapters, 5×114.3 to 5×120 adapters, 5×4.5″ to 5×5.5″ adapter).
The matching wheel studs are made of forged JIS SCM44o high-strength steel and the lug nuts are made of forged 40Cr material, which features many desirable properties. The wheel studs have achieved ISO standard grade 12.9, tensile strength≥1,220Mpa, ultimate tensile load≥152,000N, hardness (HV)≥395, NSS≥500H… The matching lug nuts have achieved ISO standard grade 10, proof load≥1110Mpa, hardness (HV)≥349…
BONOSS Infiniti QX50 Wheel Spacers are 10 Years Worry-free Warranty, which is an excellent and cost-effective choice for wheel upgrades. Professional production experience and excellent product quality make us confident to provide a Super Long Warranty Service up to 10 years that far exceeds the period of most brands.
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