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    Personally, I would try to differentiate these from your original BLQ's a bit more, I think there needs to be more of a pronounced convavity to the wheels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tivs31 View Post
    Personally, I would try to differentiate these from your original BLQ's a bit more, I think there needs to be more of a pronounced convavity to the wheels.
    Concavity is all width and offset based. This particular set is 20x9 et30 and is going on a bagged car that needs to tuck them. Now in a 10"+ wide we can get some serious dish going on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkyvw View Post
    mmm how about some 19x9.5 et20 for a b5 s4 avant!
    No problem! Hit us up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattphi View Post
    i really wish you guys offered your wheel styles in 18's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bimmersmith View Post
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    We'll be able to do 18" forged stuff here shortly. The cast 18" will be sometime down the line.

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    So your saying that with about 3 1/3" you can't get a descent amount of concavity?



    I think even taking that lip that I described as 1" above and take the cutting down another 1/2" from the outside edge of the wheel to the center of the wheel would help give the wheel alot more personality. Even a straight cut from edge to center, but a slight radius would help make it even sicker.

    I'm just really pulling hairs because I do like the wheel design, but in order to pull a premium on the price for a forged wheel, I do think the designs need to be drastically different that the cast version of the wheel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian@Rotiform View Post
    Concavity is all width and offset based. This particular set is 20x9 et30 and is going on a bagged car that needs to tuck them. Now in a 10"+ wide we can get some serious dish going on!


    Sorry I didn't realize which side of the wheel was the face, the right side is the face right?

    in which case it would be sick, but the only cars that those will fit on starts with an N and ends with an N....

    I still think something with a 19x9 et 30 should have a tad more agressive concavity.
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    The right side is the face.

    Some of your ideas are nice but unfortunately wouldn't work within strict production requirements and tooling specifications.

    Also our goal with this wheel was to maintain the distinctive features such as the drop PCD area of the cast BLQ as we have a lot of requests for the BLQ in 20" so that's what we've tackled first. We'll be releasing several other designs over the coming weeks.

    As for the above we have 2 sets in the pipeline using that forging. A new M3 and a GT3RS and neither start or end in N

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    yeah, i really liked the design of the BLQ, but they i wish they were more concave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian@Rotiform View Post

    As for the above we have 2 sets in the pipeline using that forging. A new M3 and a GT3RS and neither start or end in N
    touche. I can't wait to see the one in the drawing, that will look bonkers
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    Those look great.

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    Just saw the 3pc BLQ's on FB.
    Man they look good.

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    Those 3 piece BLQs are sick. I can't wait till you guys make a 18" wheel.
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    Like the looks of this wheel.. What would pricing be on the 3-piece in 19x8.5?

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    This is highly impressive. Just out of curiosity, are there any plans for an 18" BLQ series.

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    I want those 3 piece BLQ's!!! Looking for them in 18x9, 18x11 in 5x120. Shoot me a PM with approx pricing on these.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian@Rotiform View Post



    fuckin yes!


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    3 piece 18'' BLQs with a step lip would be SO legit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travy View Post
    3 piece 18'' BLQs with a step lip would be SO legit
    No problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian@Rotiform View Post
    No problem
    So tempting. Would remind me of one of my favorite HTN wheels I think..


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    he brian any idea if and when you gonna sell 4x100 16-18inch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian@Rotiform View Post
    No problem
    Tease! Waiting like the rest of the world for 18" sizes....and BTW those polished/brushed BLQ's up there look f'ing AMAZING. I think I might have said "holy shit" a bit too loud here at work....people are staring

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    has there been a forged BLQ that is really concave? I want to run a set on my B6 s4, and need some inspiration. looking for as concave as can clear my calipers

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