Thank you all for the kind words!
Great shots and the color combo looks really good. Never been a fan of black wheels but they do look really good on the silver. Are thay 19" and what did you do to lower the car?
Thank you! They are 19" Modular-Concept wheels I designed them myself with the owner of the company as for the suspension I put on H&R springs with #1 spring pads in the rear. When I first saw it I was very surprised with how low it was and when I first drove it completely that I was going to scrape everywhere. But a little tiny change in my driving style and I couldnt be happier with the car!
Very nicely done CJ. The car looks very aggressive. The Porsche tips work surprisingly well. Overall, your car looks great and is very unique.
I would now just recommend maybe raising the rears via spring pads. Also, I think the CF diffuser and front lip spoiler would finish it off nicely.
Thanks Dan! Yes I was quite surprised how well the Pcar tips turned out!
I cant wait for that diffuser to come out because its deff what my car is lacking besides for a SC!
i love the stance of your car... it looks awesome!
how's the ride?
The rides great its a bit stiffer than oem but I love it! How low it is is deff not for everyone but I enjoy it!
Very beautiful car and great tastes on modifications, now with the rear eurotek diffusor coming soon you should get yourself a Kleemann lipspoiler as it will complement the balance nicely and add a menacing front look that you'd like to seek.
Enjoy it in good health and thank you for the quality pictures.
Thanks Moh! I cant wait for the diffuser and I too was thinking about the Kleemann front lip it gives the car a very aggressive look, I might have to bite the bullet and get one!
what kind of tips are those?
Well I got them off a Pcar that had an accident but I can for the life remember which kind it was. They are after market tips though from what the guys at the dealer tell me and they are made by Essiemenn!
A bunch of oaks... Pozo... Santa Margarita... ? IIIMBPIII, where do you hail?
LOL I live in Marin County!