Just got home from having the FRSU done at TGM on satuday, had a 200 mile run home to test it today, and all i can say is there is an awesome difference in the handling department, :twisted:.Let us know how setup goes dude
How much do TGM charge for frsu? might be nearer for me
Think its still under construction. Just give Tom a call. They are all very helpful down there.Nice one dude, dont think they have a website do they? :-k
Was gonna drop an email to see if they supply camber arms and bolts too, as thats all i need.
Cheers dude,Hey matey, I had a read through the whole of your thread as discussed in mine - (It's a long'un too )
Good work on tidying and freshening her up!
I'm a massive fan of the wheels (They, IMO, look so much better than the Mak wheels) and they contrast nicely with Milano, in Gun Metal. You nose it's all about that Mugen badge on the wing too! All packaged up nicely with that perfect drop. For what it's worth I like the fact that the rubber gives off that "stretched" look - looks like there is a slightly lower profile on due to the width of the rim. Less sidewall rubber look better FTW!
I look forward to seeing what you got planned next - keep up the good work, I'll be sure to keep popping back in here on a regs!
You got tints planned? As I think Prem like tints on the back three would work gorgeously with the scheme. :twisted:
Cheers mate for the comments, no respray mate, there is a few stone chips on the front when you see it in the flesh but apart from that its as you see it in the pic's. Thanks again dude.Very impressed, them Rota's suite the Milano down to a tee.
Notice from your pictures that your car doesn't appear to have any battle scars (stone chips) how the hell have you managed that? Re-spray?
Again, very impressed