Came to post this. Get some wobble bolts and BAM! You have 4x100 wheel selection.You know you can run 4x100 right?
Still, those wheels look great on that car! I've seen that color in person and cameras just do not make it look right.
Originally Posted by Surf Green
The car is very impressive... Obviously it's no limousine, but it seats 2 as comfortably as any coupe and is very very intelligently packaged. You aren't looking at a mountain of buttons, which surprised me. They seemed to take a lot of time figuring out ways to incorporate everything. Example: to lock the doors from the inside, you simply push the door handle forward.
Thanks for all the positive feedback...
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I'm liking that color a lot more now that I'm looking at it on a computer and not a phone. It looks crazy stiff though. I had some H&R springs on my A4 with meatier tires and I had to put the stock suspension back on because it was too stiff. I bet it handles like a shifter kart though so the sacrifice is probably worth it.
I'm imagining what that car would look like with some red accents. I think it could complement the center caps and logo on the grill. If anybody is bored and likes to Pshop, paint the door handles and side mirror caps red.
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car looks great! And the brown interior is sharp.
Also, fiance is beautiful
Where do you actually find 4x98 wheels? I went thru all the local vendors and franchisees ... I couldn't find anything at all ... is there a good site online? Same question for the coilovers ... where do you find these?
I am kind of curious about how comfortable it is for you daughter in the back seat? We use our R50 Cooper as the family ride most of the time and our 8 year old fits perfectly. We actually take long trips to San Francisco and Mammoth Mountain, both over 5 hours one way and she has never complained.
This car is just filled with winning. I really, really like it!
I am putting KW V1's and those same wheels (in 18") on my BMW next month.
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