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Old 04-23-2012, 11:40 PM
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it's funny how you much contradict even when baseless.... continue.
i just see more te37 from the concave spokes, something the zr1 wheels fail to even have. I've seen both wheels in person, the zr1 wheels everyday in fact, and they look very little like ltw5's
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i just see more te37 from the concave spokes, something the zr1 wheels fail to even have. I've seen both wheels in person, the zr1 wheels everyday in fact, and they look very little like ltw5's
I still don't see the similarity to the te37?!?! 5 spoke, thin spokes vs 6 spoke chunky spokes? I realize there is some degreee of concave in both but thats it.....
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I still don't see the similarity to the te37?!?! 5 spoke, thin spokes vs 6 spoke chunky spokes? I realize there is some degreee of concave in both but thats it.....
i didn't even notice their were less spokes as the spoke design is very similar. Its very convex spokes that are very track-car-y.
Like how apex is similar to csl's, very similar spoke style.
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Old 04-24-2012, 02:19 AM
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TE's aren't even concave with many offsets - the ones I had on my FWD car were flat as Cameron Diaz's chest..
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TE's aren't even concave with many offsets - the ones I had on my FWD car were flat as Cameron Diaz's chest..
meh. http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2327/...617a87cf_o.jpg

I've mainly seen them on //m cars, which are concave as fuck. either way, stupid argument, lets just agree to hate canada
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meh. http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2327/...617a87cf_o.jpg

I've mainly seen them on //m cars, which are concave as fuck. either way, stupid argument, lets just agree to hate canada
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The car looks great!!

I was glad you brought it over to Calvin's during the build.
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Thanks! How is yours feel, now that you did all of the upgrades?

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Superb!!!!

The handling is crisp and responsive, yet you don't get beat to shiot driving to work. The SSk is tits.... nothing more to say about that.

I will post a write up this weekend.

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That is great! BTW, sorry about the "How is yours feel" WTF?!?! I meant how does your car feel....long day!
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