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Old 27th March 2008, 04:11   #1
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finally lowered, H&R springs installed, DPE wheels on

I finally got my car lowered with H&R springs and put on my DPE SL-5 20's. Sorry about the dirty car i just got it back and didnt have time to wash it. the wheels are great but will look better when i get my black signature center caps on them.
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Sick stealth! THose wheels are nice!
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looks good
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Old 27th March 2008, 04:16   #4
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thanks will look better with the centercaps and detail
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looks badass.

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The black center caps from DPE would really compliment the S!ck wheels and ride you have
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I kind of pictured you as being a little taller! I guess lowering the car is more function than form! jk!!!!!

Sorry..... Just a little fun! Looks very nice!
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Baller thats unfair i was crouched down and my mohawk makes me look smaller than i am. dang dude i gave you a thumbs up didnt i? lol. actually your right i guess m5's arrent short person friendly, i had to get my hud adjusted so i could see it! now stop picking on me baller and go pick on that freakishly tall son of yours who drives the teeny tiny car.
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love the Murdered look...

but rid the front orange reflectors
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