Obligatory Car shot

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  1. 303villain

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    Recently got new wheels so heres 1 quick one i took at school today!
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    Black on black always works. :)

    Nice job :)
     
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    thanks :) the car gets slammed w/ new shocks/springs TOMORROW! yay!
     
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    pardon my ignorance for the world of ricers...but what is that?
     
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    VW Bora? Thats what its called in the uk :)
     
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    I think the term "ricer" refers to japanese made cars no?

    This one is pure German Engineering. Can't really be put in the same catagory.

    Nice ride dude.

    I hope when you say "slamming" you don't mean anything more than 1/2 an inch. Those wheels are sitting pretty as they are. They're gonna be under the fender you drop'em any further.
     
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    ya definately not "rice" i have no big wing, no neon, and its not slow.

    anywho, since its a GLI it already comes with Eibach lowering springs, so it sits lower than a regular jetta by a lot, but i want to get rid of the wheel gap, so its getting a set of Neuspeed race springs, which would lower a regular jetta 2.0 inches, and mine about .75 inches. ill post a post-lowering picture for comparisson
     

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