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No offence taken, each to their own. I was torn between blue and red for the brakes but the blue was a bit too light I think and it would have looked odd not matching. I was trying to avoid the tacky look, and I think it looks ok, but obviously not everyone has the same tastes.
The light washers have been removed to save weight/costs, personally I didnt like the rubber stalks anyway.
The car is on quite a steep incline so it looks higher at the front than the back, but there is certainly room for a 40mm drop, maybe 50mm.
Will take some more pics from a better location at a later date, was just too excited to wait this morning!
Mate, you can see a reflection of you taking the shot, with your mate behind you reflected in the bumper. I had the same problem when photographing front bumper close ups of my Blue Mk II 172, and havnt figured out how to avoid it. Only seems to happen on the front bumper corner though. I might just have to photoshop them out. Any ideas?
Just hought I would point it out if your going to shoot some more in a nice location, so you could avoid it. I got some of mine down by the water with some yatchs in the background. Very nice.
The Gaps in the arched are huge - especially the front - torn whether to lower it just yet! Slidin all over the road and cant get power down on exiting a tight corner - front end just spins away...........not broken in yet however and need to check the tyre pressures - maybe thisll help? Change those indicators dave!
i know EVERYONE will suggest an insurance company, but please at least get a quick quote off this place, as most people i know have never heard of em yet tend to save a fair bit of money, plus there VERY good on mods, engine transplants are 5%, no matter what engine you put in !!