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Additional whp is the most fun...not having to listen to the BOSE is favorite...having wider rubber the most useful.


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Helix test pipes and Crawford plenum. I'd like so much more though....

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1. Whiteline Swaybars - noticeable decrease in body roll.

2. ROH wheels - aesthetics
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Dunlop SP Sport 9000 tyres best mod by a mile. the standard tyres are terrible, these are the best street tyres I have used.

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[b]Dunlop SP Sport 9000 tyres best mod by a mile.* the standard tyres are terrible, these are the best street tyres I have used.

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Koni Shocks and light flywheel...
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Nismo engine package and Motec for me...

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[b]Additional whp is the most fun...not having to listen to the BOSE is* favorite...having wider rubber the most useful.
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Hey there! What are your Rims? Any chance you can tell me the model,cost etc. I am interested in getting a set something like them...
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From his sig they're HRE wheels. And I can tell you now that they're not cheap. But, being forged aluminium they're going to be light and strong.

I was looking at a set of HRE 545s or 546's in 17x9 - about USD$1,000 a corner.

Show Wheels have US-made billet aluminium wheels with custom offsets too. The 17x8's I was looking at (the luxury custom "wide" ones) were about AUD$850 a corner landed.


I've decided to get gunmetal TE37s in Rays Engineering's recommended sizes for 17". Just trying to sort an order out now.

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Understeer is when you hit the tree with the front wheel.
Oversteer is when you hit it with the back.
Horsepower is how hard you hit the tree...
Torque is how far you drag it...
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Good choice Scathing - what width TE37?
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