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HRE WHEELS UNVEILS NEW SERIES P1SC

HRE Performance Wheels launches the new Series P1SC with a variety of forged Monoblok
styles with custom fitments for everything from the 2019 Ford GT to the Lamborghini Urus.


Vista, Calif. (March, 2019) – HRE Wheels has added a new line of Monoblok performance wheels to its
catalog known as the Series P1SC.

Designed around HRE conical forgings for a more aggressive look and fitment, the Series P1SC wheels
feature four different styles including a mesh wheel (P101SC), V-spoke (P104SC), split five-spoke
(P107SC) and Y-spoke phone dial (P111SC). The Series P1SC wheels will be available in 19”-23”
diameters, with the 21”-23”diameters also load rated for SUVs.

“The Series P1SC is the latest evolution of our best-selling Series P1,” said HRE President/CEO Alan
Peltier. “The original Series P1 is iconic for HRE. They are lightweight and elegant in their design and
have proven themselves to be the perfect street performance wheels. The new P1SC had to be better in
every way; more purposeful, lighter, stiffer, and much more aggressive in their design language to more
readily complement today’s latest exotic cars.”

With efficient I-Beam structures on all spoke sides and lightweight lug pockets, the P1SC has increased
stiffness and reduced mass. Particular attention was given to spoke details, including intersection points
and the outer lip surface. These areas further reduce mass but also increase visual interest to create the
latest in HRE Forged wheel design. P1SC is specifically designed to improve aesthetics and driving
dynamics on the latest exotic cars, coupes, sedans and SUVs.

All HRE wheels, including the Series P1SC, are engineered to maximize stiffness and minimize unsprung
mass and rotational inertia for optimal acceleration, handling, and braking performance. Each wheel is
build-to-order and there are nearly infinite fitment, color and finish options available for the ultimate
custom-tailored wheel buying experience.


Introducing the HRE P101SC








Introducing the HRE P104SC








Introducing the HRE P107SC








Introducing the HRE P111SC











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HRE P101SC


In order from top left to bottom right: Frozen Dark Clear, Satin Black, Brushed Dark Clear, Stone Clear, and Frozen iLectric Blue.

BMW F80 M3 with HRE P101SC Wheels in Brushed Dark Clear

















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In order from top left to bottom right: Frozen Dark Clear, Frozen Polished Bronze, Brushed Clear, Gloss Charcoal, and Satin Gold.


Ford GT with HRE P104SC Wheels in Naked Silver

















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HRE P107SC


In order from top left to bottom right: Frozen Dark Clear, Stone Red, Brushed Gold, Frozen Champagne, and Naked Silver.


















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HRE P111SC



In order from top left to bottom right: Frozen Dark Clear, Two-Tone Satin Charcoal with Frozen Clear Face, Polished Clear, Frozen Red, and Gloss Black.


















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HRE P101SC


In order from top left to bottom right: Frozen Dark Clear, Satin Black, Brushed Dark Clear, Stone Clear, and Frozen iLectric Blue.

BMW F80 M3 with HRE P101SC Wheels in Brushed Dark Clear

















These wheels look great. What are the full wheel specs of these wheels on the M3?
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I wonder how they would look on a Porsche?

Maybe, just maybe... Promoting in a Porsche forum, you could show the wheels on a Porsche.
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Originally Posted by V999 View Post
These wheels look great. What are the full wheel specs of these wheels on the M3?
Thank you! Glad you love them!

20x9.5 fronts with 20x11 rears
Tires are 265/30/20 and 295/30/20.

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Like the look of the P107SC, nice
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Thank you! Glad you love them!

20x9.5 fronts with 20x11 rears
Tires are 265/30/20 and 295/30/20.

Thanks. They seem to have a decent amount of concavity. Although that might be down to the offsets being used. Any idea if, on a 991.2 GTS w/RAS, the concavity would be the same (20x9, 20x12) in a flush (no poke) fitment?
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Originally Posted by V999 View Post
Thanks. They seem to have a decent amount of concavity. Although that might be down to the offsets being used. Any idea if, on a 991.2 GTS w/RAS, the concavity would be the same (20x9, 20x12) in a flush (no poke) fitment?
Good question! So to preface this answer I want to say that the P1SC series is available in three conical profiles, IO, MO and LO (in order from flattest to most conical). With other HRE Wheels we offer an even flatter HO profile, but not with the P1SC series, the entry level starts with IO which is the intermediate offset which we use on the front of essentially every 991. The rears though if we're using a 12" typically will take an LO similar to the BMW M3, but the fronts traditionally on 911's are going to be more flat than the rears are.

Shortcut answer if you know our profiles:
BMW M3 uses LO/LO
991 traditionally uses IO/LO so the profile up front will be flatter because of fitment/offset/brake clearance.

The Ferrari using P107SC's you see in the pictures has an IO front and LO rear. I know it's not the P101SC to compare against the M3 but at least you'll have a better visual representation with that car on how those profiles look. I have not produced the P101SC in IO profile yet, so pictures will have to come later, but I know for sure we're going to get to see a lot of 991 orders for these wheels so stay tuned!
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Originally Posted by HRE_Jurrian View Post
Good question! So to preface this answer I want to say that the P1SC series is available in three conical profiles, IO, MO and LO (in order from flattest to most conical). With other HRE Wheels we offer an even flatter HO profile, but not with the P1SC series, the entry level starts with IO which is the intermediate offset which we use on the front of essentially every 991. The rears though if we're using a 12" typically will take an LO similar to the BMW M3, but the fronts traditionally on 911's are going to be more flat than the rears are.

Shortcut answer if you know our profiles:
BMW M3 uses LO/LO
991 traditionally uses IO/LO so the profile up front will be flatter because of fitment/offset/brake clearance.

The Ferrari using P107SC's you see in the pictures has an IO front and LO rear. I know it's not the P101SC to compare against the M3 but at least you'll have a better visual representation with that car on how those profiles look. I have not produced the P101SC in IO profile yet, so pictures will have to come later, but I know for sure we're going to get to see a lot of 991 orders for these wheels so stay tuned!

Gotcha. Thanks for explaining that.
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Originally Posted by 2010panny4S View Post
Like the look of the P107SC, nice
Same here, I think it's probably my favorite with the P111SC being a close 2nd because of how unique it is.
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Yeah, the P107SC is growing on me a bit. But would be a little harder to clean than the P101SC - same number of spokes, but some narrow gaps. I also wonder if the 107 would be easier to bend/crack.
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Yeah, the P107SC is growing on me a bit. But would be a little harder to clean than the P101SC - same number of spokes, but some narrow gaps. I also wonder if the 107 would be easier to bend/crack.
All these HRE models can take extreme abuse and still coming out structurally sound. You should not worry about any HRE wheel bending or cracking period.
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