Konig Dekagram Review
August 19, 2020
Konig is an absolutely massive player in the aftermarket wheel scene. From the Hypergram to the Ampliform, they've made a huge impact in the way wheels look and perform whether the car they're being mounted on is a daily driver, show build, or weekend racecar. Konig wheels seem to be versatile which is probably why they've become so popular. Today, we'll talk about one of their most popular wheels for racing applications, the Konig Dekagram!
Introduced in 2018, the Konig Dekagram was Konig's answer to the enthusiasts that wanted a wheel that looked as good on the car as it performed on the track. They kept the styling simple and clean with this one. It's a ten-spoke design that just has a little bit of concavity, nothing crazy and the wide gaps between spokes allow you to show off your brakes.
Speaking of brakes, if your car is equipped with big brakes either from the factory or aftermarket, Konig designed the Dekagram to be compatible with bigger brakes and have even designed the spokes to help with brake cooling. This is a rotary forged wheel as well which means you get a lighter, stronger wheel that should be able to withstand all of your high-performance driving with ease.
Of course, you're probably wondering about sizing for the Konig Dekagram. Konig allows this wheel to be utilized in a wide variety of applications and on many different types of vehicles. The Dekagram has 4 and 5 lug variations with sizing ranging from 15 to 19 inches in diameter and 7.5 to 10.5 inches in width giving you a ton of options for fitment. There are currently only two finishes available, Matte Black and Bronze and pricing comes in right around the $1000 mark for a set of 18x9.5s which is the most popular size we carry.
Overall, if you're looking for a simple but aggressive, track-inspired wheel, the Dekagram should definitely be at the top of your list. They are rotary forged which does increase cost a little bit but it allows the Dekagram to be lightweight and strong which is something you'll definitely want to look for in a wheel designed for racing applications. This Konig Dekagram can go tear it up and the track one minute and sit pretty at a car meet the next. THAT is something a lot of other wheels can't pull off and it's the main reason we love the Dekagram.