I love my E9!

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Your car looks great, what springs are you running? I like the ride height. Do you have problems with the tires rubbing the body?
 

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Nice rig.

17" Alpinas?

Only thing i'd change is to remove the center caps and paint the circles black.

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I guess that its a matter of T&P...This is a great looking car; very clean presentation, so I think the wheels fit the car.
I also prefer the black centers and little caps. For no real reason, the full caps look too "new/modern" for me. Like Spacely Sprockets, where George Jetson used to work.
 

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Your car looks great, what springs are you running? I like the ride height. Do you have problems with the tires rubbing the bod
I guess that its a matter of T&P...This is a great looking car; very clean presentation, so I think the wheels fit the car.
I also prefer the black centers and little caps. For no real reason, the full caps look too "new/modern" for me. Like Spacely Sprockets, where George Jetson used to work.
Your car looks great, what springs are you running? I like the ride height. Do you have problems with the tires rubbing the body?
As I did the work in 2005, my memory has no recollection. I used the car almost exclusively for track days, and not once was there a rub.
 
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