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Old 06-02-2009, 12:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Damn. That's how it's done, son.

Are those VS-XX? Me want!
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Old 06-02-2009, 12:39 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Damn. That's how it's done, son.

Are those VS-XX? Me want!
They're CCW LM16's new wheel we just released. Look fairly simular but they're 16 spoke instead of 20 spoke (VS-XX)!
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They're CCW LM16's new wheel we just released. Look fairly simular but they're 16 spoke instead of 20 spoke (VS-XX)!
Do they come in 15"? Like maybe 15x8? Hmmmm...
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Shiiiiiiit Dan. Those look reaaaally nice.
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Do they come in 15"? Like maybe 15x8? Hmmmm...
Wish they did but 16" is the smallest...and can be whatever width and offset. Try to talked to John (my boss) in 15" however we don't have any rim shells to do it and the market isn't as big as 16"-18". If anything we need to do 19" and 20" which would sell more units to G35, 350z crowd.

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Shiiiiiiit Dan. Those look reaaaally nice.
Thanks, you get the valve stem sorted out? Didn't mean to leave you hangin'.
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Wish they did but 16" is the smallest...and can be whatever width and offset. Try to talked to John (my boss) in 15" however we don't have any rim shells to do it and the market isn't as big as 16"-18".
Double damnit!

Price range on the 16"?
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Price range on the 16"?
Your testicles as a down payment and they go from there.
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What happend to the first CCWs?
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wow! very well put together NA!!!!!
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Old 06-02-2009, 01:56 AM   #12 (permalink)
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#1 and #2 are killer pics. Great job man
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damn thats hot hot hot
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i jizzed in my pants...
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These look like a better fit for the car than the earlier wheels you were rocking. Choice pieces!
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Those are very nice!!!
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dude what did you do with your other wheels and damn your car is bad ass
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Old 06-02-2009, 08:52 AM   #18 (permalink)
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Double damnit! Price range on the 16"?
The LM16's will start at $2,500 a set and with the same finish will be around $2,750. Didn't way the centers after they were machined but the computers dead nuts and the center weights 6lbs and both rim shells weight 10lbs so 16lbs per wheel. Oh and it's way overkill but they pass indy car and nascar test load ratings . If you ever want as set I'll take care of you tim...be nice if we had a payment plan...lol


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They're sitting up stairs here at CCW if you know anyone who wants them for low low tell them to hit me up.
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What's up with those eBay gauge faces?
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What type of TSIs are those?
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This makes me want an NA.
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Old 06-02-2009, 02:20 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I can't wait to get another NA.
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real sweet. I actually liked your old ones better though.
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Dans the man.... those look great. Can't decide if I like them more than the classics though. Is this setup staggered? Front looks like higher offset/narrower. Could just be Jedi mind tricks.

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I believe those are just ebay clear or smoked signals
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Dans the man.... those look great. Can't decide if I like them more than the classics though. Is this setup staggered? Front looks like higher offset/narrower. Could just be Jedi mind tricks.



I believe those are just ebay clear or smoked signals
Yea each is there own however even though these are the same exact specs 16x9.5's all the way around with 245's they fit the cars hubs, brakes way better. The rear wheels are -6mm more aggressive than the fronts (same as the classics were) and due to the cross section of the center the lips are 1/2" bigger than on the classics and I have a shit load of brake clearance. I'm looking into some stock Brembo's off an evo with custom rotor hats, brackets, and rotors for the front. Will be way overkill but look sweet as hell. Maybe after that I'll do dual brake masters.

Yea that turn signals are the generic smoked ones off ebay. Look and work great!
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hmmmn.... those brembo brake components sound like a new dp6061 product if Ive ever heard of one. Your cars badass as usual btw
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Looks soo good.
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They're sitting up stairs here at CCW if you know anyone who wants them for low low tell them to hit me up.
I can't find where you posted pics of them after they were painted black... linky?

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real sweet. I actually liked your old ones better though.
Me too, but both are dope.

I LOVE the new underhood pieces. All blue ftw.

edit: oh yay multi quote!
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Oh PS if you don't pop out that harness slot on the passenger side seat and re-orient it the correct way soon I'm gonna come down there and do it for you LOL
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