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Offline E7ITE


  • Joined: Jun 2008

  • Location: Perth, WA
I've never heard of this company before but apparently they are making CF wheels and other stuff including bare CF finishes for cars.

http://www.vitesseaudessus.com/
https://www.facebook.com/VitesseAuDessus/





Offline 360c

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Pretty sure that is just a c/f transfer applied to normal wheels  :scratchchin:



Offline Andy@MMRT


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  • Location: Sydney via Elsewhere
Pretty sure that is just a c/f transfer applied to normal wheels  :scratchchin:

I can't imagine CF would be the best material for a wheel, let alone on a street car. 

However the failure on slow motion camera hitting a pothole, would be epic to watch.



Offline 360c

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I can't imagine CF would be the best material for a wheel, let alone on a street car. 

However the failure on slow motion camera hitting a pothole, would be epic to watch.

Been used on motorbikes for about a decade now; but interestingly enough not on race bikes.
Its use in 1500kg + cars is a whole different ball game though.



Offline Tiger


  • Joined: Jul 2014

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I can't imagine CF would be the best material for a wheel, let alone on a street car. 

However the failure on slow motion camera hitting a pothole, would be epic to watch.

I've used CF wheels for years on my bikes both road and track no problem, I've repaired a few also but only rim damage not structural.

Plenty CF wheels on road cars now.

http://www.carbonrev.com/cr9/
Roll on summer



Offline dkabab

koenigsegg use them on their cars... but they have spent a hell of a lot of time and i can assume $$ on their development.



Offline RS


  • Joined: Feb 2008

  • Drives: AMG
  • Location: Sydney
koenigsegg use them on their cars... but they have spent a hell of a lot of time and i can assume $$ on their development.

Mosler used them for a long time as well on the street cars
Convict by heritage, Guilty by Choice



Offline E7ITE


  • Joined: Jun 2008

  • Location: Perth, WA
Apparently these guys are making CF wheels for Josh Cartu?  Never heard of him but apparently well known in racing circles.



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