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Installed the Sport Design bumpers

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Old 09-07-2012, 05:28 AM
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Installed the Sport Design bumpers

Got the front bumper and rear diffuser installed. Went with the GTS Sport Design bumper instead of the hassle with the turbo bumper.

Also painted the v6 exhaust tips matte black. Waiting for the 20in turbo II wheels to arrive and the paddleshift steering wheel.

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Looks good....now it needs a nicer set of shoes.
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Old 09-09-2012, 12:38 AM
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Yes, got a set of 20" Turbo II wheels along with 15mm RSS spacers to push them out a bit more aggressively.
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Great work! Always love the contrast of Sports Design on a lighter car, it emphasizes the aggressiveness more. Props to you.
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jtanoyo1, I know it is real hard keeping a Panamera with 22" in CGK considering the quality of the highway and the constant traffic jams over there, you are truly dedicated ... all those mods and stuffs must have costed you a fortune.... and patience (to order) man...
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Just noticed you're going with 20 in wheels.
Too small for the Pan. Way too small. Needs 21 or 22.
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Just noticed you're going with 20 in wheels.
Too small for the Pan. Way too small. Needs 21 or 22.
ice350, I know

I need to drive pass the boarder to China, and the quality of some of the highways in China are rediculously awful that it's very easy to burst the tyre(s) and/or turn the shape of the rim to oval... at least that's what the tyre shop told me and don't wanna sell me the rims... this is also why I envy jtanoyo1, he is really dedicated...

Well, once I really did pop two front tyres and triggered the two fire *******s on the side hinges of the hood to pop (a safety feature), hence, pushed up the hood as well... that really caused me quite some troubles, so although I'd love to change to bigger shoes, I'm really worried and never put that into action...
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Just noticed you're going with 20 in wheels.
Too small for the Pan. Way too small. Needs 21 or 22.
I had 21s on my Sclass and 22s on my Quattroporte. With the roads here, these wheels won't last a week.
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I had 21s on my Sclass and 22s on my Quattroporte. With the roads here, these wheels won't last a week.
20's are not much different than 21 when it comes to road handling but a heck of difference with looks.
But, to each his own.
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20's are not much different than 21 when it comes to road handling but a heck of difference with looks.
But, to each his own.
I was going for the OEM Porsche sport look, not for aftermarket.
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I was going for the OEM Porsche sport look, not for aftermarket.
I think you are building it nicely and in a way I prefer! We also have crappy roads, 20inch is maximum for my taste.
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