Post Pix of your S550 with aftermarket wheels and tires

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  1. cortez

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    damn, bro ya ride looks nice!!!
     
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    Finally mounted my MRR FG12s up. New baby, not much time to clean the car for pictures yet, but I’m happy. 20x10 ET35 fronts with 275/35s. 20x11 ET50 rears with 305/35s. Stock suspension. F30D3305-CC80-4C10-8857-8FDA764949D3.jpeg EA65E4D5-6821-4CCE-8C72-1271F6AE70B1.jpeg CEF1621B-653F-4ACA-B19B-4CF851E463C2.jpeg
     
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    MRR may not like this post, I recently found a great deal on M600 split 5 spoke 19" wheels sold as SVE GT7's on LMR outta Texas. The weight drop of 28 lbs. can be felt #buttdyno tn_20190928_082459.jpg
     
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    RubyRed15 Ok, so it's blue.

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    What color are those? Can you post a pic of them not in the shade?
     
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    They are A03 on MRR’s color chart, black chrome. I think the machining/milling was optional. I’ll see if I can get a picture this afternoon. I’m not a fan of black wheels, but I wanted something dark, so between the color and the milling, I’m loving them. upload_2019-10-1_13-4-36.jpeg
     
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    Best I could do today. The sun was low and directly behind me, so color and angle aren’t ideal. I’ll try for something better Friday unless I can get a good shot in the parking lot.

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    Check out this unique 2018 Mustang GT with Hydro dipped Project 6GR 10-TEN wheels.
    Fitment measuring 19x10 285/35/19 and 19x11 325/30/19
    Click here to watch the Hydro dip process.

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    Here they are in the sunlight. I don’t know how to take pictures.

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    Recently lowered my ride height by about a 1/2". Sitting much better now in my opinion with the newer wheel setup.

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    looks good . what springs did ya use im looking to go a bit lower next spring im on bmr min drop, which looks great but a tiny bit lower would set it off stance wise .. looking at pro kit or sportlines ..
     
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    How was the ride affected? Wanting to do the same, maybe a full in up front.
     
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    #7332 Allmotor, Oct 5, 2019
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    Im lowered on roush coilovers, but had to get a bit creative on the rear as the max lowered height is 1.5"(first pic). I removed the adjustable perches and installed energy suspension spring isolators to achive an approx. 2" drop. Front is adjusted to max of 2". First pic front was at about 1.5". Ride quality would depend on who you ask. For me personally quality is good and very tolarable as the roads where I live are pretty well maintained. Ride is a bit stiffer than the performance pack springs, but is not bouncy. I will be changing them out for something with more adjustability this winter though as this ride height would not be ideal for track days. I did this more for aesthetics.
     
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    yeah me being s/c the added weight in the front i have to watch what springs i use .. think im going to go koni and either pro kit or sportlines.. bmr front drop is spot on i just need the back about a 1/2 lower to lvl it out a bit
     
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    #7334 Allmotor, Oct 6, 2019
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    You should look into coilovers. There are a few good setups for around 1500. You will spend a little less with seperate spring/shock combo but won't have any adjustability if you decide to do so in the future.
     
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    19x10/19x11 S350's with 285/35 and 325/30 R888R's IMG_6371.JPG
     
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