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i got my new wheels today here are som pics with the old and the new so you can see the difference :)

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Good stuff Hugheskateer :thumbs: :clap: - needs lowering now! :p :lol:
 
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Looks alot better, I never quite understood why the v6 even came with the smaller wheels!
:thumbs: ive often wandered why, i aslo wander why whomever bought it new paid for a v6 but wouldn't cough up a couple of hundred notes more to get some tidy rims on it
 
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Let's make his list bigger :lol:

Repeaters, new badge, GTA style headlamps & colour co-ordinated mirrors ;) :lol:
 
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cheers BF :thumbs:
ive always worried if i lower it i will be catching the sump on speed bumps though :(








list has just doubled, thanks jon :rolleyes:

Mines lowered mate & round here is like a virtual assult course for cars :lol:

No probs with scraping etc :thumbs:
 
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Best practice to do both - I have a £200 streetline kit fitted to mine - big difference in handling & looks :thumbs:

If you have the cash, Eibach's, Koni's etc are a better option :)
 
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Best practice to do both - I have a £200 streetline kit fitted to mine - big difference in handling & looks :thumbs:

If you have the cash, Eibach's, Koni's etc are a better option :)
Mine is lowered with just springs(20mm), it takes a hell of a lot to scrape it.:cool:
cheers guys, a bit of food for thought. once ive got through my list maybe i'll have a look at lowering it :D
 
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