Everyone has their own taste.While those are great wheels, I'm not a fan of how they look on the RC.
A drop would help to an extent but just not something i'd go with.
True.Everyone has their own taste.
For me it's one of the best set-ups I've seen on RC. All these Vossens that everyone puts on look pretty simple to me. Not a fan at all.
As to lowering, although I do agree that front gap is ridiculous, I plan on running my car during track days, and so wouldn't go with a drop that can alter performance over looks.
As I said lowering is not at the top of the list for me.Do you have in mind how you want to go about lowering it? Going to go for just springs or coilovers?
Agreed, you also retain some its functionality as a regular car... Drops are nice but they become impractical mighty quick...As I said lowering is not at the top of the list for me.
Some aero parts and maybe intake will be done beforehand.
If I decide to lower, I would probably go with just springs as I don't see dropping more than an inch.
i just don't like how it looks with no gap at all.
I haven't researched anything yet.Do you have an specific brand for springs that you want to install?
I've decided 19 were the way to go, as wanted set up to be as close to OEM F-sport as possible for better handling.What size did you go with? Stuck with 18 or 19, or did you pony up and go 20'?
Also, what tire size?
It looks cool to lower the car, but it is not practical. The RC isn't necessarily made for people who want a practical car. I think it totally depends on if you use the car as a daily driver or more of a weekend fun car.I think it looks great with the combination of silver paint and the rims. I don't understand why so many want to lower the car. It looks great as is and if you live in an area with high curbs, speed bumps or pot holes it is pretty much a recipe for disaster. So I agree with you, leave well enough alone!!!!!