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Old 03-06-2013, 12:23 AM   #36
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It will just depend if it's a 13 I'll have to do some custom piping if an 11-12 that is pretty basic so probably 100 bucks an hr or so. Shouldn't take me too long though. I know a guy at Procharger and he said everything should work just might need a little extra piping and the tune is a little different.
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Tires r needed. U expect traction with gay stock 225 tires? I dont think so.
Traction for what? DAily driving or track? I don't think the sexual orientation of the tire matters much.

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I added the FRHP package to my car, after I drove it off the lot. Even though I could have ordered it on a car, I still got charged a couple of bucks more, because the car was lowered 1" inch. I also got quized about all the options on the car.
not sure what FRHP is, but with esurance, I can have up to 2k replaced in after market stuff. I put in my vehicle with them, and they didn't ask about lowering, t/tt/super or anything else.
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Traction for what? DAily driving or track? I don't think the sexual orientation of the tire matters much.

not sure what FRHP is, but with esurance, I can have up to 2k replaced in after market stuff. I put in my vehicle with them, and they didn't ask about lowering, t/tt/super or anything else.
Hahaha good one but i slip n slide when i floor it both travk n street with my old stock tires now with my 285's in the rear and have much better traction n no fish tailing anymore on launches
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And it drops your 60' times and also helps in the rain
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And it drops your 60' times and also helps in the rain
Yup yup! So yea tries help idk why for ANY reason you would say yes to a S/C but no to new tires ?
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Exactly that's why I got them, you need at least 285s or it will be dangerous
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Exactly that's why I got them, you need at least 285s or it will be dangerous
Yup thats exactly what i have on my AMR's
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Do you like your AMR's? I was between those and the SVEs and I got the SVEs.
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Do you like your AMR's? I was between those and the SVEs and I got the SVEs.
Yea man i love them!! I just wouldn't recommend the charcoal ones because they scratch and chip super easy idk why tho!
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Its probably just the paint they use. Do you have any pictures?
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Its probably just the paint they use. Do you have any pictures?
Actually i do hahaha
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Those look pretty sweet!! I was so close to getting those. There is a place online that will refurbish them for like 70 a tire and you could get better paint put on there if you wanted
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Those look pretty sweet!! I was so close to getting those. There is a place online that will refurbish them for like 70 a tire and you could get better paint put on there if you wanted
He got them replaced
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Well that's even better then they look sweet though, are they 18s?
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Well that's even better then they look sweet though, are they 18s?
They look freaken awesome!! Yes they are 18's if anyone is interested he has a front set new in boxes hes trying to sell. Lol 18x8
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It will just depend if it's a 13 I'll have to do some custom piping if an 11-12 that is pretty basic so probably 100 bucks an hr or so. Shouldn't take me too long though. I know a guy at Procharger and he said everything should work just might need a little extra piping and the tune is a little different.
ill just rather wait for the13 comes out
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I was tired of waiting I'll let you know if it's a direct fit or not. They said it's still going to be awhile...
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