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About Me

  • About BlackMarket
    Location
    Dallas, TX
    Interests
    Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles, Making money, Anime, and being the best person I can be.
    Occupation
    HR Consultant
    Country of Residence
    US
    Gender
    Male

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  • Last Activity: 05-19-2019 07:05 PM
  • Join Date: 10-16-2018

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  1. shmandrew
    02-03-2019 10:24 AM
    It's an aggressive fit but it works although there is some minor rubbing. I get some rubbing on the inner lips of the plastic fender arches, mostly in the rear but a little up front, from bumps/dips/too much load in the car. This is a self-correcting problem and I've been noticing less and less of it as the tires wear away the plastic they rub against. I could have filed the arches back initially but didn't bother.

    Front suspension clearance is very tight and I noticed some black scuff marks on my front coilovers when changing to my winter wheels, but I don't see any damage to the inner side of the wheels/tires so it may be been something from the initial fitment that corrected itself quickly.
  2. Andrew Park
    01-18-2019 06:17 PM
    Front splitter is AC Schnitzer and the splitter support rods are from APR. Just drilled some holes into the splitter and lower grill and it's rock solid.
  3. BlackMarket
    11-20-2018 10:45 AM
    Awesome, thanks for the info!
  4. Andrew Park
    11-19-2018 04:15 PM
    No problem. The side scuttles are the stock ones I coated in VHT Nightshade so the lights still shine through. The calipers are the Wilwood Superlite 6 pot big brake kit. Not sure if they are physically bigger but they are 6 pot as opposed to 4 pot and with the stainless lines and 2 piece floating rotors they bite extremely hard.
  5. MarioKart
    11-15-2018 08:36 AM
    Hi,
    if your motor is forged you can go up to 300whp but you will need a slightly larger turbo compressor wheel. My tuning is very progressive which make the power very usable, fast and safe for the motor. You can text me if you like for an easier responce 805-746-2666.

    Thank you
    Mario

    mQubed Motorsport Manic & RPM Power Tuining

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