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Discussion in 'Generation 4 - Exterior Upgrades' started by Juicybaka, Jan 27, 2018.

  1. OmaHahn

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    Lol, I flat out told him I was. His car is my template.
     
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    Y'all arent the only ones. I considered it, but went with Rotiform wheels instead of Curva's. I went with an ET35 wheel rather than an ET30, and man it just barely clears the strut. Add in that my tires seem to be running wide, BFG's ultra performance 275 summer tires run almost a half inch wide, and its gonna be one meaty set of shoes. Waiting on TPM sensors to come to mount them up, but from what I've seem so far, 275's are the way to go on our cars. They just look mean.
     
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    You're not helping me!!! My finger is squeezing more on that trigger now! Just so hard to spend over $2k though! Ugh!
     
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    LMFAO
    my sho has now turned into the money pit rabbit hole....tune is like crack it's almost free... then meth and soo many times down the track and then... summer tires and now.... dyno time and then....custom tune and then....FML. but SOOOO love driving it, every street light is like looking for a kill!
     
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    So not the greatest pictures, but her new shoes are on! 20x9.5 ET35 Rotiform KPS wheels, BF Goodrich GSport Comp 2 tires, rated 275 but actually run wide to nearly a 285 profile. They. Are. Massive. Little but of poke in the front, so going low is gonna be interesting, but I'm absolutely in love.
     

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    They actually fit better being low like on H&R Springs!
     
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    I'm planning on going with BC Racing coilovers. Probably wont happen til next spring, but believe me its gonna happen!
     
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    Nothing special
     
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    I have so many questions. What are you doing to need on/off roads? Also, is that a side pipe?! Also, dang this looks cool!
     
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    Never do what you need, do what you want. We don't need twin turbos when the n/a exists, but we damn sure want it! I want to lift it a little so it stops hitting my driveway all the time, and I figured why not go all in
     
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    It's cool to see something different!
     
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    For sure!!!!

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    Very nice! They look easier to clean than the stock flower rims. Are They? In addition to being difficult to clean the stock rims aren’t completely coated behind the spokes. At least mine aren’t.
     

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