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About oryxgolfr

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  1. as above..... https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00JKER5IW/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00__o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  2. I had a B7 RS4. It dyno’d at 372bhp with 19k miles on it. It was a group rolling road day and mine was the most powerful standard car. One was 350bhp. A long way from the 414bhp quoted. I would hope technology has moved on in 12 years....
  3. T-cut for chrome, super super fine sandpaper....the type used for polishing scratches out of plastic and elbow grease!!
  4. Yep, had my first minor kerbing on current black wheels a few week ago. When I’ve done some more the wheels will be refurbed and shadow black again.
  5. Same here although I did ECO recently.
  6. On black/blue I agree....
  7. Refurbed and sprayed. I think they paint them black and then spray silver at/through the spokes.....it’s a stunning effect.
  8. These looked great on my last R. Shadow Silver.
  9. Think I paid £16k in 2002. Great car....had passive rear steering if I recall. Traction was good for FWD.
  10. I had one of those......Brembos were magnificent.
  11. Gloss Black....... (Please ignore the roof rails.......Wife made me do it[emoji849])
  12. I had an Oryx White 2014 R and now have a White Silver. In the sun it’s bright white metallic. When it’s grey it looks like a flat off white. I like both effects so it works for me. White cars don’t look as dirty as quickly as black/dark colours IMO. Black looks awesome when clean. I have black alloys too and they mark way to easily.
  13. It wasn’t repairable so bit the bullet on a new Michelin which is now on the back axel.
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