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Victorian Post Your Ride Thread


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Here's Mine!!

This was When it was Stock and nothing done to it!!! My first Deca!!



This is After all my Mods done to it.... And how it looks now!! This picture Was taken Exactly 1 year after the previous picture at DECA!! [same Spot]




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pfft.. not low enough :(

you are so wrong, it sits perfect..but i get the feeling your werr`e sarcasming

Blags your car looks mad dont lower it or change the wheels...just get rid of those stupid sunvisors,or at least paint them black....

The wheels are great, your new ones better be awesome to look any better than those...What are the new ones??

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I think I'm honestly going to say that Blags you have the best R33 GTST out there, or at least on par with Hamish's both fantastic.

Heres a couple of mine from today:



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thanks guys!! :(

New look should be even better... and lower!New wheels are Enkei rpf1, just gotta wait as Enkei were out of Stock.

Leigh - Which wheels are your new ones? Looks good!!!

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Blags, they are rota grids same as what im using

you could probably buy them in pairs in 17x9.5 +20 fronts (i use this size) and 18x10 +15 rears (leigh has that size)

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Yeah what nick said billy :) cheers, they seem to be a couple KG lighter then my volk challenge F-zeros and a little more lighter again then my old GT-Cs that I had as well.

Loving the matt black finish, was tempted to buy XD9s but meh I love concave :(

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Yer they look good..

Was considering getting Rota's, someone was selling for $1000 any size but when I got back from overseas he was all sold out, so I though f**k it!

New rims are 18x10.5 +15 and 17x9.5+18

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Should look at rotas :( they are good value fark 10.5 on a GTST, I wanted 10.5 but couldn't get them are you sure you can pull off 17s as well as 18s? might look funny on a 350z looks ok cos of there fat ass's we shall see though :)

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current 32...





on hold.



sits 4cm lower in the back and 2cm lower in the front since that photo. and has a bash plate cos I was sick of my sump copping a beating.

one of my older R32's (I'm on R32 number 5 now)...


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