The first wheel dedicated to Porsche was the Borrani RW2927 designed on 06.05.1953 for the 550 spyder with a 3.50×16” rim and presented throughout the whole international circuit starting with the 1954 Bruxelles show.
On the 3th of October 1953 Borrani designed the RW2959 dedicated to 356 equipped with 15″ rim, while the traditional Borrani wire wheel transformation kit was offered with a 16″rim. Following the introduction of the ATE disc brakes in 1964, the RW4067 will appear featuring, of course, no need to add the change of drum brakes.
Porsche Type 550 – Chassis 0043
The Borrani Turbo Sprint RW2959 wheel, designed to fit the Porsche 356 A and B equipped with drum brakes and RW4067 for C type with disc brakes, are finally available once more.
This Borrani re-release has been manufactured using the original Borrani drawings and it offers to every 356 enthusiast a sporty and elegant alternative.
The RW2959 4.50”x15” Turbo Sprint uses the Rudge 52 centre-lock system with integral hubs, being held on by a 2 eared spinner and new special light alloy drum brakes to accept the Rudge hubs. The RW4067 wheel and hub kit is designated to 356C equipped with ATE disc brakes. The Turbo Sprint wheel is supplied as standard with a light alloy rim and a silver painted centre but is also available, upon request, with a 5” or 5.50” wide rim and custom colors.
The Borrani Turbo Sprint wheel, as well as being used on custom and sporting vehicles, can give an elegant touch to your Porsche 356 thanks to our high polished light alloy rim and its practical centre-lock.
Both RW2959 and RW4067 are advised with 5.50” riveted light alloy rim and Cinturato Pirelli 185/70WR15, that doesn’t need any mechanical or body modification to be fitted; is available with Borrani silver painted centre and polished alloy rim as standard finish. Those wheels are suitable for every model of Porsche 356 with 15” rims size.
– IMPORTANT – The RW2959 Turbo Sprint is supplied with integral Rudge type 52 splined front and rear hubs, while the RW4067 with type 42/52 hubs, the installation of these will require complete disassembly of the front and rear brake system, in both cases. Please see this page:
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