New member with a Brand new 2018 PP and a few other years...

Discussion in 'Generation 4 - General Discusson' started by Crio, Jul 14, 2019.

  1. Crio

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    Just picked up a new 2018 tri-coat white PP, took some time to find in the exact color and options I wanted but couldn't do a 2019 with no power tilt wheel. Had her ceramic coated inside and out, ceramic tinted, rear debadged, chrome deleted, gearheads tuned with innercooler and catless downs, JLT catch can, lms lowering springs (not installed yet)
     
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    pictures or its just a story.
     
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    didnt mean to post yet and cant find a way to edit
     
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    he's just bustin' your chops - welcome to the forums ;)
     
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    Crio New Member

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    Just picked up a new 2018 tri-coat white PP, took some time to find in the exact color and options I wanted but couldn't do a 2019 with no power tilt wheel. Had her ceramic coated inside and out, ceramic tinted, rear debadged, chrome deleted, Gearheads tuned with inner cooler and catless downs from LMS, JLT catch can, LMS lowering springs (not installed yet)

    Also have a 2012 SHO, a 2016 SHO, a 2013 MKS (awd 3.7) and a 2015 MKS (awd 3.7) along with a bunch of other cars. Just sold my 2013 SHO last month. All my other 4 doors are stock, I'm a crazy car guy ( like a crazy cat lady)

    My question is this, can I run 275/40 20's on the factory wheel (just for the looks and width) Yes I searched and searched and see a few say yes but need to trim the rear inner plastics but the posts I found seem to be people with aftermarket wheels which is cool but I need to know it there's a rubbing issues on the factory wheels with that size tire both stock height and lowered. I want to go order new Michelin a/s 3's this week and put my factory p-zeros on one of my other SHO's
     

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    Blahaha, good stuff.
     
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    SM105K Land Yacht Pilot Supporting Member

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    Looks good. I hated the chrome as well.
     
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    White SHOs are killer. Looks great man.

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    Look at that loaded driveway. Beautiful
     
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    I believe the flowers are only 8" wide but either way I agree, 275s are too wide for those wheels.
     
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    Brand new as in less than 100 miles or used 2018, new to you? If brand new, dang sir, you wasted NO time in the mod factory!!! Ha! Lookin good!
     

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