BONOSS Forged Active Cooling Wheel Spacers 30mm+30mm for Porsche Caymancaid43152021-01-26T09:07:39+00:00
High-level performance! Last Monday, this Porsche Cayman installed BONOSS Forged Active Cooling Wheel Spacers, front/rear 30mm (1.2 inches), PCD 5×130, CB 71.6. What do wheel spacers do? The wheel spacer is sandwiched between the car’s wheel and hub. By pushing the wheel away an ideal distance from the hub, it creates spaces between the wheel and hub. If your new wheels set up do not have the proper offset, wheel spacers can create extra clearance to push the wheels outward to correct the wrong offset. They are also commonly used for handling improvement and visual enhancement. By spacing the wheels out, it will provide more stability and better corner control to the vehicle. (Thanks WUMINGCHEFANG for providing these pics)
Within the car marketplace, the Porsche Cayman can be the most successful selling luxury sports car on the planet. It is appreciated for the advanced technology, lavish features and ultimate reliability. Furthermore, its cultural impact is even broader. Modified by the private teams or the factory for racing, rallying, or any other form of automotive competition. It’s very enjoyable to drive even on winding switchback roadways because of its accurate steering, stable control, and powerful turbocharged engine.
Effective Side Knurling Design for Better Heat Dissipation
Knurling is a finishing procedure used to create any combination of horizontal, vertical, or crossing lines on the surface of components. BONOSS applied such a process for enhancing both the exterior and function of wheel spacers. For decorative reasons, knurling can enhance the aesthetics of the wheel spacers by introducing an attractive pattern to the side surface. In addition to aesthetics, there are practical features. Knurling patterns can enlarge the side area so that it can contact more air, boost the heat dissipation effect, and also reduce internal stress. That means improving the performance, strength, and durability of the spacers.
Dismounting Grooves Design for Better Installing Experience
Dismounting grooves means the small notches which are distributed on the corner of wheel spacers. It is designed to easily dismount the spacers, improving the user experience. Normally, it leaves a limited clearance between the axle plate and spacer, using a screwdriver can easily remove the spacers, simple and efficient. If there is no such groove, the spacer will snug the vehicle hub, by forces effect, it can be difficult to dismount. Even worse, you may destroy the spacers or axle hub. Furthermore, the grooves can act as an air collecting funnel, which is effectively increasing airflow, enhancing the heat dissipation effect.
BONOSS wheel spacer thickness can be customized flexibly, which is compatible with most vehicles. Thus, if you would like different sizes of wheel spacers, feel free to contact us. This Porsche Cayman uses front/rear 30mm (1.2 inches), PCD 5×130, CB 71.6.
The matching wheel studs are made of JIS SCM44o high-strength steel, which features many desirable properties such as high strength, wear-resistance, excellent toughness, impact resistance and high-temperature resistance. All BONOSS wheel adapter kits are matching with all necessary hardware components including wheel lug nuts or wheel bolts to suit your vehicle.
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