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Old 6/25/10, 08:15 PM
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brembo or no brembo

i only have so much money. i think im going to loose the brembo's, basic wheels, then either RTR rims or GT500 performance pack wheels.
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Old 6/25/10, 10:47 PM
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I thought the same way, but decided to get them anyway. The rubber that comes with those alone are ~$350+ea. Plus the colour of the rims compliments the sterling gray imo. The RTR's are sexy as hell though.

Tough call
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Old 6/26/10, 10:08 PM
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yeah i know.
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Old 6/26/10, 10:09 PM
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the thing that really ****'s me off is that u have to get leather to get the shaker.
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I didn't get the Brembos b/c they come with 255-wide summer-only tires, which are great except when it's cold, and I intend to drive my 5.0 year-round (unless it gets real bad), and don't want to have to keep a set of snow tires handy.

That said, the Brembo package is a decent value because it not only gets you bigger tires and 1/2-inch wider wheels (19x9" as opposed to 8.5") but it also provides a "Sport" setting for the ESC in addition to the on/off switch positions. Just pointing out all the little factors, hoping it helps.
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Originally Posted by Double-EDad View Post
I didn't get the Brembos b/c they come with 255-wide summer-only tires, which are great except when it's cold, and I intend to drive my 5.0 year-round (unless it gets real bad), and don't want to have to keep a set of snow tires handy.

That said, the Brembo package is a decent value because it not only gets you bigger tires and 1/2-inch wider wheels (19x9" as opposed to 8.5") but it also provides a "Sport" setting for the ESC in addition to the on/off switch positions. Just pointing out all the little factors, hoping it helps.

i didnt know that thanks. i dont know what to do lol. i wanna see what the car looks like lowered with the brembo's
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