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      12-20-2012, 09:30 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by Ilia@IND View Post
Flow forming does result in a much stronger wheel than a standard casting process might allow for. The HRE flow formed wheels will have a very high strength, while maintaining a price point that is in line with other flow formed wheels on the market and much lower than the rest of the HRE line. It's a great move on HRE's part, in my opinion.
It may end up being a good business move, but it also lessens the exclusivity of the brand. Just depends what your main goal is. HRE still sits at the top of the wheel food chain, but I find this move a bit questionable. Kinda like BMW creating their "M sport" line. It cheapens the M namesake a bit.
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