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Old 4th July 2005, 11:59   #1
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Default What is X-Factor

Hello T-BHPians,

I was just browsing the League website (man, they have some sweet alloy wheels) and I was trying to make sense of their specifications.

See these links.
1. LG-065
2. LG-077
3. LG-119

Now come the questions.
1. What is X-Factor?
2. How can some of the wheel have varying number of holes - ex: 4,5? Are they talking about two versions of the same sized wheel - one with 4 holes and one with 5 holes?
2. How do some of these wheels have multiple PCDs? I understand that PCD is the diameter of the circle drawn through the bolt holes. Surely this should be fixed, right? Or are they talking about different versions of the same sized wheel again?

Thanks for clearing my fundas!
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Old 4th July 2005, 12:48   #2
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I think the alloy comes with diff PCDs and offset. They've mentioned the range of choices.

No idea what X Factor is.

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Old 4th July 2005, 16:36   #3
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Hi JohnJacob,

1. X-factor is the brake caliper clearance for the specific wheel if i am not mistaken.
2. 4,5 = That style is available in either 4 or 5 hole
3. Multiple PCD - this could mean either 2 versions of the same wheel, OR it could be a 4hole wheel with 2 sets of 4 holes, each set having a different PCD. ie a total of 8 holes. (however i dont think leauge does the latter)
(Check out the picture Rtech posted of viper's wheels in post #25 here for an example of an 8 hole wheel.


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