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    Default 1993 190e stance build

    Picked up a 93 190e and had plans of lowering it so I did..the ghetto way. But IVe got some e36 coils coming this week and I should have my camber plates shimmed and ready by then. Typical teen build. exhaust, lowered, full respray, euro lights all around and just little interior bits more to come
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    more photos... ?

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    Nice job on the Euro lights. What wheels are you putting on there?

    Btw, you're not even close to 2.5. Even if they overbore the 102 beyond the 3rd spec(97mm for example), you would be at 2372cc at most.

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    Yeah I looked into that recently and asked my grandfather who tooked it in to have it done, not even close lol but still a little past stock...I bought a rare set of deep dish lorinsers today, they are 16X8.5 and ill post some later when I test fit them but I am going to get them powdercoated and run a pretty heavy stretch.
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    This is on only 1 cut coil and this was taken about 4 weeks ago, I've now cut 3 in the front total and the back I have yet to get to. Im saving up for a set of raceland e36 fronts, 500sl springs cut with ranger struts in the rear. Making my own DIY arms in the rear as well and I'm going to fabricate some camber plates for the front. I had a set of RS90's that I was going to pick up but the guy was sketchy as hell and they needed major refinishing and the lips had a lot of rash...So im just going to run a stretch on the stock caps and run some big spacers.

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    Looks like you got some good plans for the car.

    If you're going for an OEM look, i'd get a set of EVO I's in 16x8.

    Which Laguna are you at? Sac or OC?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephyrueffer View Post
    Looks like you got some good plans for the car.

    If you're going for an OEM look, i'd get a set of EVO I's in 16x8.

    Which Laguna are you at? Sac or OC?
    Im in Laguna Beach CA

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    still confused as to how i can make them visible without visiting the link?

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    Use the IMG tags and get direct link to the picture (right click > copy image url)









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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen View Post
    Use the IMG tags and get direct link to the picture (right click > copy image url)
    thanks man!

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    Dat hot air intake tho...

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    Got some of these and I need to figure out how to drill and shim these to fit the front.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loekaaz View Post
    Dat hot air intake tho...

    haha! I know i got rid of it and polisged and painted the original tin intake and put it back on. Every 17 year olds gotta fuck up

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    alright guys so i got the black 15x10 and 15x11.5 et38's mounted properly with the stupidly large 5x139.7 adapters and of course because my brakes are tiny they rubbed the brakes so I had to run 10mm spacers on top in order for them to clear and this is what im looking at....lol ill find a way to make it work, hopefully.

    from the side im kinda digging it http://www.stanceworks.com/forums/im...ons/icon10.gif

    and I also got a new lip but im waiting to mount it until I get the e36 coils bolted up

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    Pretty sick build!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWM Performance View Post
    Pretty sick build!

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    haha lots more to come

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    saw this picture:

    Was like
    Big risk, but if you do make this work... well, it will be epic. Excited to see this unfold!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gearheaded View Post
    saw this picture:
    Was like
    Big risk, but if you do make this work... well, it will be epic. Excited to see this unfold!
    in the front im planning on running maxxed out negative on my plates and possibly going with some extended FLCA's but worse comes to worst i will run flares. really trying to not run flares though. this photo was also taken with the wheel not under load so it wont be as drastic

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    Looking good dude. That front test fit though .. Lol.

    Just curious, how'd you get your tails looking so red?

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    Quote Originally Posted by _shim View Post
    Looking good dude. That front test fit though .. Lol.

    Just curious, how'd you get your tails looking so red?
    one of the players at vatozone accidently sold me paint instead of tint and I was too much of a dumb ass to not test it and that was the fucked up result haha, perfect euro tails destroyed

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    Quote Originally Posted by 190Evan View Post
    one of the players at vatozone accidently sold me paint instead of tint and I was too much of a dumb ass to not test it and that was the fucked up result haha, perfect euro tails destroyed
    Wet sand that shit off.

    This is maybe a dumb question, but being that you can get Diamond steelies for about $0.50 these days, why bother with all the sketchiness of thick-ass adapters + slip-on spacers?




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    ^^This
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh Damn, it's Sam View Post
    Wet sand that shit off.

    This is maybe a dumb question, but being that you can get Diamond steelies for about $0.50 these days, why bother with all the sketchiness of thick-ass adapters + slip-on spacers?
    Because I found these locally and Im looking for a challenge haha. Im going for that wide streetshark look and personally don't want to go any wider with a wheel because it will hit the shock body. And a lower offset that et-38 would be exposing the brakes and I don't want to look like a dingus with my little 190 brakes dangling out. The tails are plastic and I feel like wet sanding might scratch them, also I doubt i could get into the little crevasses of 190 taillights with my fingers. the spacers are hub centric and the adapters are 1.25 inch if that makes a difference haha.

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