Koya Wheels have been around for longer than you may think. The production of the Inox range of wheels, which featured a stainless-steel lip, was introduced all the way back in 2004 — back when most other brands were simply an idea. As trends grew, so did Koya, with the addition of the iconic Drift Tek wheel, which is a sideways staple in New Zealand, and still features on plenty of Kiwi rides thanks to its timeless design.
With a recently equipped headquarters in Brisbane, Australia, Koya Wheels now have the ability to produce semi-forged flow-formed wheels much closer to home, and at the highest of qualities. Koya Wheels can custom drill any wheel to your desired PCD, and they’ll have the wheels on your doorstep a week later. Koya will also machine the wheels to any offset you desire, making them the obvious choice for big-fitment applications.
Semi-forged flow-formed wheels are spun from a cast alloy block, making them around 20–30-per-cent lighter than a conventional cast alloy wheel, while giving a greatly improved load rating, giving you peace of mind that they’ll handle the abuse out on the racetrack and on the street. What’s even better is that Koya will paint your newly purchased wheels in any colour you like — even in an anodized finish!
For the month of March, Koya Wheels are running a promotion on their Facebook page. So if you want a free set of 17-inch or 18-inch wheels, head to Koya Wheels New Zealand on Facebook!
Have a look at the process behind the making of Koya's semi-forged wheels in the video below: