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bump, would like an answer to the question above.
I have asked in a number of their threads and I have not heard. They just keep dodging the question, or completely ignore it all together.

Which makes me believe that they are NOT certified and I wouldn't touch them. Not 100% sure why or how they are legal to sell for road use. tires have to be DOT approved but I guess that isn't the same for wheels?
 

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Hi Nick,

Our wheels are manufactured in a JWL/VIA certified Facility and our wheels go through a vigorous impact test prior to starting production. We drift test all of our wheels to ensure the quality. Cast wheels are usually recommended for daily driving purposes and light weekend spirited driving. However, Many people including us has rolled off the track with them and the wheel still stay true.

If you want something for the track or something more suitable for high performance, we came out with a flow form wheel for those purposes. These wheels are flow formed into a light weight profile without compromising its structural rigidity. We have a few drivers who weekly track on our flow form wheels and they has no issues with them.

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I have asked in a number of their threads and I have not heard. They just keep dodging the question, or completely ignore it all together.

Which makes me believe that they are NOT certified and I wouldn't touch them. Not 100% sure why or how they are legal to sell for road use. tires have to be DOT approved but I guess that isn't the same for wheels?
 
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