TOP 3-PIECE WHEELS WITH CUSTOM OFFSETS.
WHAT ARE 3-PIECE WHEELS?
3 Piece Wheels by LOMA are born with the TrackSpec Technology you are looking for. Track-day fun whenever you want and your 3 Wheels are still covered with our 24- month warranty. Superlight in their construction, they are made to deliver Performance on Widebody conversion every single day. It can't get more special than this.
HOW TO MAKE 3-PIECE WHEELS?
Our 3 Piece Forged Wheels and 3 Piece Wheels by LOMA combine over a decade of expertise and modern technology to create the world's most advanced 3-Piece Forged Wheels for Premium Automobiles. Audi RS, BMW M, Corvette, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Mercedes AMG, Porsche, and many more.
3 PIECE WHEELS EXPLAINED.
The 3-Piece Wheels by LOMA combine many years of expertise and modern technology to create the world's most advanced 3-Piece Wheels for Premium Automobiles such as Aston Martin, Audi, Bentley, BMW, Corvette, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Mercedes AMG, Range Rover, Rolls Royce, Porsche...etc. Take pride in knowing that all our custom 3-Piece Forged Wheels we build are the fusion of LOMA's unique design process.
Our cutting-edge and signature Track-Spec Superlight© Technology for the perfect combination of comfort and performance.
WHITE 3-PIECE WHEELS OR BLACK?
Please take a look at our 3-Piece Rims collection. Our flagship line, the LOMA Track Spec Superlight series, consists of three-piece construction created using deep concave profile forgings with a modified die designed to allow a "contoured spoke" extension. This feature will enable us to engineer each set with spokes precisely following the exact contour of the step lip surface resulting in a look, unlike any other wheel and a performance to match.
WHY ARE 3 PIECE WHEELS BETTER?
Following LOMA's design language, the new 3 Piece Wheels accentuates its most unique feature even further. LOMA rewrote every traditional step involved in creating a wheel line to advance what is currently considered premium in the high-end exotic and luxury car world. You can go wider than with 1 piece wheels because the modular system allows you to combine inner- and outer barrels.
What is the difference between 1, 2, and 3-piece wheels, and what is right for you?
The weight is the most significant difference between 1, 2, and 3-piece wheels. A 1 piece wheel or Monoblock wheel is made from one-piece aluminum. A single casting if you want to see it this way. But what is the purpose of a 1-piece wheel, and how to know if that is what you are looking for?
Here are 5 reasons why you should consider using a 1 piece wheel.
More lightweight and, therefore, has better handling, acceleration, and braking. Unsprung mass is the most important thing when it comes to performance. That is why you don't see 2 or 3-piece wheels from Ferrari, Lamborghini, or Porsche, to name a few, delivering their cars with multi-piece wheels. They are putting all their efforts into the matter to make a car faster, easier to drive, and to create an incredible experience for the owner.
More than 3 kilograms (6 pounds) per wheel would destroy these efforts. The mathematical equation is: 1-kilogram (2 pounds) unsprung mass equals 5-kilogram (20 pounds) car weight per wheel. Let's say the 2 or 3-piece wheel would be 3 kilograms heavier than the same design as 1 piece wheel. This would equal 60 Kilograms or 240 pounds on car weight. Incredible, isn't it?
Another critical difference is the maintenance of your new alloy wheels. Who doesn't know this scenario? You didn't take care for just one second, and bing, you hit the curb while parking. The new rim looks like a recent amputation!
Damn, who can look these days to freshly amputated limbs, or in this case, a curb-damaged wheel? Not many without losing their consciousness.
However, while on a forged 1 piece wheel, this is not a big deal and can be repaired pretty quickly, with 2 or 3-piece wheels, that are not that easy.
The one-piece wheel needs a repair on the spot where the damage happened, but the 2, or 3-piece wheel is made from another material, at least on the outer and inner barrel. A repair is not possible.
This will make the repair impossible and needs a replacement. These factors will hit your wallet on the button:
The replacement barrel is typical $400 to $900 per ring, depending on the size.
Shipping of the barrel - depending on where you are but around $200 for sure.
A new set of "bolts or rivets" connects the outer, center, and inner barrels. Typically these are 42 or 48 bolts and cost around $250 per wheel.
Special sealant for the rivet, which is typical around $80
A wheel specialist that knows how to assemble the parts together with having an "EGG" later on. This means if the rivet is not tightened perfectly, the wheel will sling during driving and cause a huge imbalance. The problem? You can't just open it again and reassemble it. For security reasons, the bolts are one-time use only!
If everything works out, the complete scenario takes around 4-6 weeks until your car is ready to hit the road again.