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  1. Welcome and that is a good looking car indeed 😉. I'm interested in your thoughts on the BCS powervalve system as I'm looking to upgrading from stock some time in the near future currently researching and weighing up different options.
  2. Wow this was just what I needed! Thanks for this detailed write up. I can now relax and order my new wheels with confidence haha
  3. Is your car lowered? Or standard? I'm looking to buy some new wheels soon and scanning these threads for ideas on fitment. My plan is to keep the original wheels, pop some winter rubber on so I can swap them between seasons.
  4. That exhaust though..... Right up my street. Looking forward to getting a res delete later this year. Nice work on the lights. Sent from my SM-N960F using Tapatalk
  5. OHHHH very nice! #BrakePorn 🤤
  6. FYI the Michelin deal at Costco has been extended for a further 2 weeks for anyone interested.
  7. Very similar, just had mine fitted today at Costco for £474 all in.
  8. Yep! Went round there yesterday and the price of 1 is £142.06 (Inc Vat) so that works out at £468.24 after discount.... The guy (seemed a bit green) also said that was the fitted price! Found that bit hard to believe but I'll soon find out when I head back haha. Sent from my SM-N960F using Tapatalk
  9. FYI - Costco is giving £50 off 2 Michelin tyres and £100 off 4. Not bad at all. The offer ends 24th Jan. I'll be heading down to my local warehouse to pick up a set 235/35/19 Pilot Sport 4S over the weekend for sure 😎 Car currently have P-Zeros on with 4.5mm on the rears and 3.5mm on the fronts. Will be listing them on eBay as part worn
  10. Wow just had an eye opener on why it's best to put the new ones on the back after watching a few videos like this one here. Thanks y'all for the advice
  11. Thanks@Booth11 I'll check out the link to do some research because at the moment I've always put new on the front as I know they do more work than the rears with pulling and steering at the same time but I'm definitely interested and open to learning what the other side of the argument is. Sent from my SM-N960F using Tapatalk
  12. Thanks for this write-up. Re your advice on the tyres with the most tread being at the back, I read somewhere that these cars tend to wear the fronts quicker and it was advisable to rotate the tyres periodically to even out the wear which would mean putting the tyre that's wearing fastest to the back. So is it best to ignore this? And only swap the tyres when the fronts need replacing, putting the new rubber at the back? Thanks Sent from my SM-N960F using Tapatalk
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