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Old 10-08-2012, 10:33 PM   #316
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Primer, your front end looks killer bro! Nice work!
Thanks AZ. I wasn't sure about it at first. But it flows with my side splitters and RTR rear diffuser.
I'm happy.
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Looks amazing. Love the front end. Soo aggressive.
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Old 10-08-2012, 10:54 PM   #318
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Thanks! Now I just need to get some wheels!
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Old 10-08-2012, 10:58 PM   #319
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Thanks! Now I just need to get some wheels!
What r u thinking about going with?
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Old 10-08-2012, 11:05 PM   #320
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Something 5 spoke, staggered & offset and Matte Black.
I like the Avant Garde M350's
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But for these to fit, not only would I have to roll the front and rear fenders but the rear quarter would actually have to be pulled out about half an inch to accommodate the rear offset.
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Old 10-08-2012, 11:17 PM   #321
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The 350's would look sick though. I'm thinking about 310's. To bad vossen's concave series doesn't come in matte black. What ever wheel you go with I'm sure it will look good. You got good taste.
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Old 10-08-2012, 11:28 PM   #322
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Avant garde also has that 350 in a 20x10 with a 35 offset. I guess it just depends on how wide of a tire you want to put back there.
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Old 10-09-2012, 01:56 AM   #323
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Yeah, I wanna do a -43 offset in the rear on a 20X10 with a 275 or 285 and a -35 up front with a 20X9 255.
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Old 10-09-2012, 02:04 AM   #324
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Noob question, what is off set?
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The back spacing from the hub surface to the rim of the wheel. That is offset.
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Old 10-09-2012, 02:16 AM   #326
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Ohhhh, and the numbers you mentioned are they just that, plain numbers or do they come with a mm, cm, in etc attached?

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Yeah, I wanna do a +43 offset in the rear on a 20X10 with a 275 or 285 and a +35 up front with a 20X9 255.
Our rear quarter panels already come rolled from factory
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Old 10-09-2012, 06:35 AM   #329
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Our rear quarter panels already come rolled from factory
They can still be rolled a pinch more. Not only rolled I need the fender line to be pushed out a bit more.
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Old 10-09-2012, 06:49 AM   #330
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Ohhhh, and the numbers you mentioned are they just that, plain numbers or do they come with a mm, cm, in etc attached?

So deep dish?
It's in mm and the more positive the offset, the closer the mounting surface of the wheel is to the outside lip. And the more negative it is give you that deep dish look and that's what I want!
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They can still be rolled a pinch more. Not only rolled I need the fender line to be pushed out a bit more.
Oh man, that ends up be kind ova project.
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It's in mm and the more positive the offset, the closer the mounting surface of the wheel is to the outside lip. And the more negative it is give you that deep dish look and that's what I want!
Ah ok ok I see
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I'm thinking about doing a Matte Black vinyl on the roof. I wonder if this will clash with the carbon fiber hood.

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Old 11-08-2012, 04:11 AM   #334
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I'm thinking about doing a Matte Black vinyl on the roof. I wonder if this will clash with the carbon fiber hood.

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Kinda maybe, but if you did the trunk too maybe not. But then again only one way to find out
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Old 11-08-2012, 04:21 AM   #335
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Kinda maybe, but if you did the trunk too maybe not. But then again only one way to find out
I was thinking about getting a carbon fiber trunk lid as well.
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I'm thinking about doing a Matte Black vinyl on the roof. I wonder if this will clash with the carbon fiber hood.

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Definately gloss black vinyl on the roof, and carbon trunk..
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But all the other black items on my car are matte/flat black. Once I get wheels, they will be matte black.


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But all the other black items on my car are matte/flat black. Once I get wheels, they will be matte black.
Those wheels are tough!
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Yeah, I just need to get em. Lol
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I was thinking about getting a carbon fiber trunk lid as well.
That would be too sick
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But all the other black items on my car are matte/flat black. Once I get wheels, they will be matte black.
I helped a buddy put some gloss black AM Saleens 18" staggered on his candy apple red 2011 gt and they looked bad ***. The same ones would look awesome on your ride. The only thing you would need is the matching carbon trunk and that gloss finish roof!!

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If you go matte black then i would just paint your hood back to the red. Whichever saves you money
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I still haven't made up my mind if I'm gonna leave the hood untainted. So it is a possibility that I might have it painted red.
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I still haven't made up my mind if I'm gonna leave the hood untainted. So it is a possibility that I might have it painted red.
The cf looks really good. I would keep it as is. Very nice mustang!
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Old 11-19-2012, 09:19 PM   #345
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Thanks man. I'm considering it more now that I found they make the entire trunk in carbon fiber. I think that'll look good with my CDC blackout and an RTR spoiler.
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Thanks man. I'm considering it more now that I found they make the entire trunk in carbon fiber. I think that'll look good with my CDC blackout and an RTR spoiler.
It would!
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What if you painted the hood/trunk in such a way where you had CF stripes or something to that effect
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I suggested like this.
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I suggested like this.
Yea that's sweet!
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I hadn't thought of that. It's definitely something I would be interested in doing. Thanks!
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