This car looks amazing, love it.
Thank you chapsIt does indeed, looks lovely. What tyres you running on the Speedlines? Those wheels look great BTW. Are you running spacers on the wheels?
Looks great man, thought you were running spacers. What width are the tyres?Thank you chaps
I'm running Nankang NS2R's all round. There ok for the money, but I prefer my previous Yoko AD08R's that I had before. They are a better tyre. That's just my personal opinion. I'm no race driver, just like a decent tyre should I want grip, but car is used daily so still needs to last a while.
I'm also running 18mm spacers up front, nothing on the rear. The wheels are et38 offset.
Ah, I'm running 16's bud so makes more sense now why yours fit. Wouldn't mind going down to 15's tbh as it may help with the handling. Really like those Speedlines all the same, look great against the Blue.Tyre size is 195/50/15. The yokos have a less bulbous side wall than these. Had them in the same size. I'd say 98% stick with 195/50 when on 15s with these. You shouldn't rub with that size on cooksports. I never did when I had those springs and tyre size on my old BG.
Standard wheels (8 spoke) are et43 I believe.
Before buying I googled the index and a spotted thread was the only hit.
In all honesty I tried half heartedly 2 years ago and since then with it being a daily just cba.... may try that though, good tip!You ever tried a Dremel with polishing tip on? I used my dremel and autoglym metal polish, my old exhaust came up wayyyy better than expected although a little pitted.....
If you're on lockdown and have a Dremel and metal polish then what better time eh.....!?! I'm gunna be car tinkering for a few weeks by the look of it, gives me incentive to crack on with it!! By the way your car looks sweet, trophy/v6 spoiler FTW!!!In all honesty I tried half heartedly 2 years ago and since then with it being a daily just cba.... may try that though, good tip!