High Horsepower Engines
All these groups have big horsepower, exceeding 500 HP, such as GM LS engines, Mopar Hemi, and Ford Coyote power plants. With all that power, you need the right brake package for increased performance for braking and overall handling.
Brakes and Suspension
Getting the right brake and suspension setup is extremely important for the Pro Touring machine.
The enthusiasts will select brake kits from Baer, Wilwood, Stoptech, and other manufacturers….In combination with suspension systems from TCI, QA1, Ridetech, and more.
Once the brake and suspension parts are installed, it is time to think about the right combination of wheels and tires.
What Are Pro Touring Wheels?
Pro Touring wheels are available in unique designs and assorted sizes from 17 to 20-inch diameters and widths from 7 to 15 inches wide.
2 and 3-Piece Wheels
Boze Forged Pro Touring wheels are built from the highest quality 6061-T6 aluminum alloy in two-piece and three-piece construction. This material and configuration provide for a stronger wheel, as well as a much lighter wheel and tire package.
Many of our wheels, such as the our Xclusive Series, are assembled by a two-piece construction method, which joins the center forging and billet soft lip rim together by a 360-degree weld. The two-piece forged wheels are assembled with the center forging and soft lip rim welded to the exact back-spacing.
The Victory Series is an example of one of our 3-piece series. These wheels are bold three-piece forged designs constructed from shallow and deep concave center forgings. Big brakes are not a problem for these rim configurations, along with custom staggered stance options. All three-piece forged wheels are bolted together and sealed by assembling the center forging to both inner and outer rims.
Another popular option to consider is our Concave wheels, such as our Xclusive Concave Series. Both shallow and deep concave wheels have a unique profile that is popular with many pro touring enthusiasts.
Side Note: Forged billet 6061 T6 is a very strong aluminum material. Due to the continuous grain characteristics produced in the forging process, which achieves a lighter and stronger material for building wheels.