Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by m5am, Feb 8, 2006.
Not on the car yet but hopefully soon. Not in bad condition for being 15 years old.
powder coat them, 18's?
16s. I am leaving the centers that color for now. The lips are not off and getting re-finished.
what car are they going on?
not bad at all for 15 years old!!
have a hard time believing 16 inchers will fit over M5 brakes, gota be some other car
Yeah not an M5. I just have a strong lust and passion for the M5. I personally drive a VW.
how it sits now
Headlights courtesy of Chris87 and Flat Out Performance. Great serive and awesome people to work with.
Here is another new addition as of recently.
The wheels are currently being taken apart and refinished then I will need some adapters and a good tire combination. For the race fans I realize I am putting a staggered setup on a FWD car, but thats ok, this is more a show car/daily driver.
Here is my race project.
Thanks for the plug man.
My eyes might be playing tricks on me this late at night, is that a GT molding kit?
And re: the 2dr Mk3. I heard you bought that thing, but wasn't sure since you've never really mentioned anything about it. Curious as to what the weight is of that thing if you know it. We've got a stripped down '94 CL ice racer that is around 2200lbs w/ full cage and dash.
PS. You change your wheels more than the mods on here change their underwear.
Haha, The coupe I think weighs in around 2100lbs. There is a lot of metal cut our from the inside. No rear parcel tray, a lot of metal taken from the trunk, plexi rear windoww. Im am about to drop a 1.8t in it so I can track it this season. Figured it is the perfect canidate.
I do change my wheels a lot what can I say. I hadnt found the perfect set untill now. Or so I think. I wish I had the GT molding kit, I just painted the lower half black, if you ever find a GT kit pleaseee let me know. I am dying to get one, that would pretty much complete the car.
those new rims should look nice. The E36 M3 wheels actually look pretty sick on there as we ll