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Teaser, its been a while :)
 

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I sold my camera, so sorry about the lodef pics
 

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More tomorrow, good night
 

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I like the grille and have been looking at the chrome one on Shark Racing, but can't justify dropping over $200 for it lol. Looks nice though. Why the euro tag on a Korean car?
 

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Lowered Sonatas look like they just suck the road, I really like the look.

I am not being critical just a question for iNTEGY, why do you have a plate on the front of your car? It is cool, thought you were posting from outside the US, but a clean front bumper is better. I see the new 2014 Sonata commercials with the clean bumper and I wish I lived in a State that didn't require front plates.
 

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Not sure why people lower their cars i think it looks goofy but that's just my opinion. How do they ride lowered like that? I've seen a few cars that were lowered and when they go over a bump the car seems to stiffly bounce and the driver's head looks like it hits the ceiling. Maybe people who lower them around here do it wrong but is what i described a normal way for a lowered car to ride?

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2.0 터보;1818313 said:
Lowered Sonatas look like they just suck the road, I really like the look.

I am not being critical just a question for iNTEGY, why do you have a plate on the front of your car? It is cool, thought you were posting from outside the US, but a clean front bumper is better. I see the new 2014 Sonata commercials with the clean bumper and I wish I lived in a State that didn't require front plates.
No front plates in AZ. :D I also HATE the way cars look with front plates.
 

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Asked a guy what size rims he was running on a new "brilliant, fire-engine colored red" Honda coupe. He said 18's. I remarked at how nice they looked. He agreed, but quickly added, "But they sure killed the ride."
 

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2.0 터보;1818313 said:
Lowered Sonatas look like they just suck the road, I really like the look.

I am not being critical just a question for iNTEGY, why do you have a plate on the front of your car? It is cool, thought you were posting from outside the US, but a clean front bumper is better. I see the new 2014 Sonata commercials with the clean bumper and I wish I lived in a State that didn't require front plates.
A truck backed into my car about a year ago and put a hole the size of a baseball in the front bumper - so, instead of filing a claim and getting a new bumper, I got the Moldovan tag. I like it, personally.
 

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Not sure why people lower their cars i think it looks goofy but that's just my opinion. How do they ride lowered like that? I've seen a few cars that were lowered and when they go over a bump the car seems to stiffly bounce and the driver's head looks like it hits the ceiling. Maybe people who lower them around here do it wrong but is what i described a normal way for a lowered car to ride?

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I bought Megan coilovers for my car, you can adjust how stiff you want the ride, and the ride height.
IMO it looks better than stock, no more 4x4 wheel gap.

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I bought Megan coilovers for my car, you can adjust how stiff you want the ride, and the ride height.
IMO it looks better than stock, no more 4x4 wheel gap.

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Well that's good you can somewhat adjust the ride. Never even crossed my mind to lower a car so i haven't looked into it. My SE rides stiff enough so i couldn't imagine going to something that rides even stiffer especially for a DD.

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Asked a guy what size rims he was running on a new "brilliant, fire-engine colored red" Honda coupe. He said 18's. I remarked at how nice they looked. He agreed, but quickly added, "But they sure killed the ride."
The tire size matters more than wheel size. I'm running 235/45r18 which is bigger than the oem tires that come on the 18's.
 

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I'm trying something new
 

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Serious question, does anyone have an opinion on my car? I plan to tint the windows soon, but I'm not sure if I want to do anything else to the exterior. Have any real performance parts been released for the 2.4?
 
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