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Old 02-05-2014, 03:37 PM   #1
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Here are a couple of pics of my Torch Red C7 lowered with HRE P101's installed. They are 20's on the front and 21's on the rear. They definitely look great!!!
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Old 02-05-2014, 03:48 PM   #2
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Beautiful!!

I'm super happy you did not get black wheels. These look fantastic!

One of the best looking C7's right here.
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Absolutely stunning... the best wheels I've seen on the C7 yet. Wow. Just Wow.
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Great wheel design, similar to the bbs f1.

Personally I would prefer 19'/20s (well I would really prefer a 19" square setup for less under steer and the ability to rotate, but would need spacers to make that happen).

What are the sizes and offsets, as well as tire sizes?

Thanks, looks awesome.
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Very impressive. Did you use the stock lowering bolts?
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Nice!
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That's a real beauty! Many happy miles to you.
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Great wheel design, similar to the bbs f1.

Personally I would prefer 19'/20s (well I would really prefer a 19" square setup for less under steer and the ability to rotate, but would need spacers to make that happen).

What are the sizes and offsets, as well as tire sizes?

Thanks, looks awesome.
Appreciate the kind words. The P-zero fronts are 265/30 and rears are 325/25. Don't know the wheel offsets. You can contact HRE about those details.

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Very impressive. Did you use the stock lowering bolts?
Yes we used the stock bolts. It is in fact not at the lowest point. They wanted to fill the tire well and maintain a consistent look.
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Here are a couple of pics of my Torch Red C7 lowered with HRE P101's installed. They are 20's on the front and 21's on the rear. They definitely look great!!!
My I pad shows them upside down and can't correct.
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My I pad shows them upside down and can't correct.
You know that's funny because that's how they are when I sent them from my Iphone as well. I had to edit using MS Paint to rotate the image before uploading them here. I guess I still haven't figured out how to take pics right with my phone. LOL.
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Looks fantastic!
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Looks amazing! Great choice!

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Now that's C7 ****!
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Gosh dang...those look great!
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Am I the only one that noticed the pics are upside down
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Am I the only one that noticed the pics are upside down
they look right to me...you having a cocktail tonight?
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Very nice indeed!
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