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Thread: Wheel picture thread (worthless) outtakes

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    Wheel picture thread (worthless) outtakes

    Quote Originally Posted by Hockeyref View Post
    First time posting pictures for me, hope it works. Just took off my stock rims with winter tires. Put on custom-drilled Lorenzo 5-spoke chrome wheels with Hankook Ventus V12 Evo's for summer. New tires are stick like glue, yet still comfortable - very happy with the rubber!
    bro, r u serious with those rims ???


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    Re: Wheel Picture Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by lilgCTS-V View Post
    bro, r u serious with those rims ???
    Who cares? As long as he likes them someone else looking for wheels might like them too.

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    Re: Wheel Picture Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by rand49er View Post
    Not so sure about black wheels on the Stealth Gray ones, either. When my satin black wheels from Wheeldude show up, I'll express my final opinion. Got to admit, I agonized over getting them.

    Where are those dam Wheels????

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    Re: Wheel Picture Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by crankedupforit View Post
    The back does get a little light and I've slid the car around 8 more than once. 12 to 14 is the only place I get the stability control to flip on for a second. .
    You track your car with the stability control turned ON? OMG that's funny

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    Re: Wheel Picture Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by CADZILA View Post
    You track your car with the stability control turned ON? OMG that's funny
    Ya....real funny.

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    Re: Wheel Picture Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by CADZILA View Post
    You track your car with the stability control turned ON? OMG that's funny
    I must have missed the joke. How do you track your V?

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    Re: Wheel Picture Thread

    LMAO stability control on track lmao

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    Re: Wheel Picture Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by redvee View Post
    LMAO stability control on track lmao
    How do you track your V champ?
    Last edited by crankedupforit; 08-21-11 at 08:52 PM.

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    Re: Wheel Picture Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by crankedupforit View Post
    How do you track your V champ?
    well i tend to use my right foot and arms to handle all the stability control instead of the car telling me how to drive.

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    Re: Wheel Picture Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by AAIIIC View Post
    I must have missed the joke. How do you track your V?
    Certainly not with the training wheels turned on! These cars are a blast to drive..... you guys should try it sometime. Don't be scared... just turn it off. Go ahead. It won't bite LOL

    Quote Originally Posted by redvee View Post
    well i tend to use my right foot and arms to handle all the stability control instead of the car telling me how to drive.
    Well said.....

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    Re: Wheel Picture Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by redvee View Post
    well i tend to use my right foot and arms to handle all the stability control instead of the car telling me how to drive.
    Quote Originally Posted by CADZILA View Post
    Certainly not with the training wheels turned on! These cars are a blast to drive..... you guys should try it sometime. Don't be scared... just turn it off. Go ahead. It won't bite LOL



    Well said.....
    Please take your bs somewhere else! lets keep this thread about the wheels....

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    Re: Wheel Picture Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by GDPossehl View Post
    Back on topic:

    STS-V wheels now black with the ever-popular plastidip
    Looks damn good. I'm curious how well the plasti-dip will hold up - I've only seen it used for interior trim pieces.

    Now get some black lug nuts to complete the look.

    Quote Originally Posted by redvee View Post
    well i tend to use my right foot and arms to handle all the stability control instead of the car telling me how to drive.
    Quote Originally Posted by CADZILA View Post
    Certainly not with the training wheels turned on! These cars are a blast to drive..... you guys should try it sometime. Don't be scared... just turn it off. Go ahead. It won't bite LOL
    I look forward to seeing both of you pros with immaculate car control on SPEED during the F1 race this weekend. Unless you drive like an ass-clown, there's no reason the Stability Control should step in at all with it in Competitive Driving Mode, particularly at a non-competitive HPDE/track day, when only a moron would be pushing the car to 10/10ths.

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    Re: Wheel Picture Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by redvee View Post
    well i tend to use my right foot and arms to handle all the stability control instead of the car telling me how to drive.
    Typical noob response. See guys that think like that wad up their cars almost every track day. LMAO
    Last edited by crankedupforit; 08-23-11 at 03:29 PM.

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    Re: Wheel Picture Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by catch2otwo View Post
    Please take your bs somewhere else! lets keep this thread about the wheels....
    sorry about that catch2otwo i was just answering a question

    Quote Originally Posted by AAIIIC View Post

    I look forward to seeing both of you pros with immaculate car control on SPEED during the F1 race this weekend. Unless you drive like an ass-clown, there's no reason the Stability Control should step in at all with it in Competitive Driving Mode, particularly at a non-competitive HPDE/track day, when only a moron would be pushing the car to 10/10ths.
    usually if i pay for a track day i tend to push my car pretty hard not that im racing the other drivers but trying to out do my old times, i guess im a moron lol

    Quote Originally Posted by crankedupforit View Post
    Typical noob response. See guys that think like that wad up their cars almost every track day. LMAO
    although i am a noob to this forum and the cts-v community i have been tracking cars for the last 5 years and have yet to "wad" up a car.

    Quote Originally Posted by CADZILA View Post
    Certainly not with the training wheels turned on! These cars are a blast to drive..... you guys should try it sometime. Don't be scared... just turn it off. Go ahead. It won't bite LOL


    Well said.....
    thanks cadzila


    with that said lets seee more wheels and get back on topic

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    Re: Wheel Picture Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by redvee View Post


    with that said lets seee more wheels and get back on topic
    With that said let's not take cheap shots at other folks on the forum. If you feel you need to tell someone that the way they prefer to drive on the track makes you laugh your ass off then go play somewhere else.

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