I went with the VB18's and these are my old VB3 wheels. Powder coated gold at the moment and they are for sale. Call Joe at Cordes Performance 480.254.3194. He will ship them too. Tell him NinjaBall sent you.
Silly ricers, useless wings are for penguins!
2005 GTO, A lot of go fast shit and pucker factor is installed; The Weekend Warrior
2012 Nissan Altima Coupe, Tien susp. and 18" Momo's; The Daily
2010 Ford F-150 long bed quad cab; The Toy Hauler
2008 Honda CBR1000RR; My Street Bike
2011 Suzuki GSX-R 600; The Wifey's Street Bike
2006 Honda CBR600RR; My Track Bike
2006 Suzuki GSXR 600; Wifey's Track Bike
Show: 3/5 full SAP - Banshee Hood - VMR V718's - Mav Man Diffuser - JHP Side Markers - Limo Tint
Go: 416 Stroker - Kooks 1 7/8 - Monster 3 - Tick MC - BC Coilovers - G Force Level 1 Axles - DSS Aluminum 1 Piece - GMM Short Throw
Originally Posted by Killface...
We'll see if the tune changes when you find out she was cupping the balls of her ex while he was drifitng the car into a concrete pole at Red Lobster and then finishing the deed in the backseat of his Kia.
1994 Trans Am (mods an insane amount)
2003 Corvette electron blue 6spd Heads cam, full suspension, 6 piston brakes, blah blah lots of stuff (sold)(bought back lol)
2005 GTO IBM M6 magnaflow, k&n cai, kooks, hid's, tsw vairano, pedders things. (sold)
2003 Cobra full bolt ons (sold)
2004 GTO BBM 6spd, maggie blower, cam, long tubes, magnaflow,hids. (the wifes car )
06 A4 GTO: Old set up- tvs 1900, pacesetters, magnaflow, performabuilt, PI stall, 8psi, 512rwhp 489rwtq
New setup, F1a procharger, race intercooler, H.E. 8.8 IRS, DSS shafts and stubs, G engines built 408, EdC cam, kooks 1 7/8 - 2" headers to kooks ss catback, mini tubs and coil overs, RPM level 7 4l60e, QuickTime bell, FTI 10", Team SCSS, alky control, ect.
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