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Old 05-09-2019, 08:39 PM
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Default TC105x Installed, Sebring Silver AP2

So I purchased this s2k from a fellow forum member a little over a month ago. It already had Ohlins DFV coilovers at the time of purchase. Today I got my TC105x's put on wrapped in RE71r's. It's a 17x9 squared +49, 245-40/17. I love the car and can't wait to get more miles in. Didn't get a chance to drive on the new tires so no impressions yet as far as driving dynamics. Storm was incoming and didn't want to get caught in it.











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Old 05-09-2019, 09:29 PM
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That looks fantastic
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Looks great.
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that looks great!! Keep it simple and enjoy the car as is.The shift boot and steering wheel stitching are a nice subtle touch.
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Looks good dude, I have a Sebring Silver with the same wheels, too. I went 255/40 instead for tires.
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Car looks fantastic. Can you provide any info about your steering wheel on where it was done? I would love to redo mine as well.
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car looks amazing, and OEM Berlina hardtop would set this thing off

and spoon calipers if you really wanted to ball out on looks
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I went with 17x9.5 +45 specs on 255 Bridgestones. Great wheels.I the finish on your center hub, how did you get that polish?
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Originally Posted by Neuro1 View Post
Car looks fantastic. Can you provide any info about your steering wheel on where it was done? I would love to redo mine as well.
So the steering wheel was stitched by a forum member named RobinA3. He's located in the UK.

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car looks amazing, and OEM Berlina hardtop would set this thing off

and spoon calipers if you really wanted to ball out on looks
Thanks! Yeah i'm looking to go with either a BB or SS hardtop. I like the darker colored hardtop. Was also looking at the Ballade Sports CF top but still looking into the quality of the piece. Ideally OEM would be the best option to go. I found a sebring hardtop locally with all OEM seals but the seller is asking quite a bit for it. New brakes will be a future mod, looking at the typical Spoon, Stoptech, or Wilwood kit.

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I went with 17x9.5 +45 specs on 255 Bridgestones. Great wheels.I the finish on your center hub, how did you get that polish?
I didn't do anything to the center hub. Just swapped the stock wheels off. As far as the wheels as a whole i put a coating of Gtechniq Wheel Armour on them.
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Originally Posted by Wrr1020 View Post
Thanks! Yeah i'm looking to go with either a BB or SS hardtop. I like the darker colored hardtop. Was also looking at the Ballade Sports CF top but still looking into the quality of the piece. Ideally OEM would be the best option to go. I found a sebring hardtop locally with all OEM seals but the seller is asking quite a bit for it. New brakes will be a future mod, looking at the typical Spoon, Stoptech, or Wilwood kit.
As far as the hardtop goes, I would definitely hold out for OEM.

And for Brakes the spoon would hands down look the best on your car, but only offers little upgrade over stock unfortunately.

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