Enkei Tuning Series Raijin: God of Thunder

Monday, March 19, 2012 by Gavin Carpenter

New for 2012, Enkei Tuning Series has released the Raijin, named after the Japanese god of thunder.

 

Enkei did a fantastic job of creating a beautiful, functional wheel. The face of the spokes have just enough of a cut to create some contrast on the wheel, while the concave center adds a touch of softness.
 

Raijin wheels come in an 18" diameter and are available in a black painted, hyper silver and gunmetal painted finish. The Enkei Tuning Series Raijin wheel offers the following features and benefits:

  • 14-spoke
  • One-piece, cast construction with MAT Technology
  • Snap-in center cap
  • Exposed lugs
Enkei Tuning Raijin Black Painted
Enkei Tuning Series Raijin Black Painted
Enkei Tuning Raijin Hyper Silver
Enkei Tuning Series Raijin Hyper Silver
Enkei Tuning Raijin Gunmetal Painted
Enkei Tuning Series Raijin Gunmetal Painted

 

Comments on Enkei Tuning Series Raijin: God of Thunder

Thursday, March 29, 2012 by Mike:
Do you know if the Raijin center cap will work on the RPF1? I really like the simple black/silver logo better than the fake carbon fiber look on the stock RPF1 caps. Thanks for your help!
Thursday, March 29, 2012 by Gavin:
The RPF1 uses a backloading centercap that pushes through the centerbore from the rear of the wheel. The Raijin uses a frontloading cap. The caps are not interchangeable.

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