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Anyone knows about this Euro R?

Postby jaymen » Sat Oct 20, 2012 6:27 pm

Hi bro's,
I am considering to get this Euro R.
Test drove it couple of weeks back and its the best among the many I have viewed/test driven. Does anyone know any history or something I should be aware off? Any thoughts are welcomed.

http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info ... 67&DL=1015

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Postby viper76 » Sun Oct 21, 2012 7:36 pm

hmm saw tis R before but can't remember which owner ixxit....btw 19 inch rims is a over kill...if u get tis car go downgrade to 18 or best 17 ....if u stick to 19 gd luck to ur FC...

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Postby jaymen » Mon Oct 22, 2012 12:30 am

viper76 wrote:hmm saw tis R before but can't remember which owner ixxit....btw 19 inch rims is a over kill...if u get tis car go downgrade to 18 or best 17 ....if u stick to 19 gd luck to ur FC...



Hi Kelvin, thank you for your response on my previous post and this one. I am with you on the rims and my plan is to look for the stock standard 17' rims if I do proceed to get this car. Do you think I should be worried about any other components considering the car has been running on the 19's currently?

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Postby walterpan » Mon Oct 22, 2012 9:21 am

best to get from direct owner...

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Postby Rcar » Mon Oct 22, 2012 3:35 pm

viper76 wrote:hmm saw tis R before but can't remember which owner ixxit....btw 19 inch rims is a over kill...if u get tis car go downgrade to 18 or best 17 ....if u stick to 19 gd luck to ur FC...


if the rim is light, it should be of much difference between 17 vs 19.

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Postby viper76 » Sun Oct 28, 2012 9:38 am

Rcar wrote:
viper76 wrote:hmm saw tis R before but can't remember which owner ixxit....btw 19 inch rims is a over kill...if u get tis car go downgrade to 18 or best 17 ....if u stick to 19 gd luck to ur FC...


if the rim is light, it should be of much difference between 17 vs 19.


bro if the 19 inch rim very light tat means tat rim must be super expensive man...but frm the pic i doubt the 19 inch is a ex rim...

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Postby jaymen » Sun Oct 28, 2012 11:58 am

Hey bro's, after much searching and many test drives, I have decided to purchase the unit below:
http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info ... 59&DL=1128

This runs on 17" rims but uses the D2 Coilover which is pretty stiff...I plan to change to standard shocks at some point

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Postby viper76 » Sun Oct 28, 2012 9:33 pm

jaymen wrote:Hey bro's, after much searching and many test drives, I have decided to purchase the unit below:
http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info ... 59&DL=1128

This runs on 17" rims but uses the D2 Coilover which is pretty stiff...I plan to change to standard shocks at some point



try to adjust the damping....might help to sofer the hardness..can click make it soft or hard..dun bother going back to stock shocks unless u really really want comfort for family...coilovers can be accepted by family members as well so jus my 2 cents dun waste money bro

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Postby jaymen » Mon Oct 29, 2012 12:45 am

viper76 wrote:
jaymen wrote:Hey bro's, after much searching and many test drives, I have decided to purchase the unit below:
http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info ... 59&DL=1128

This runs on 17" rims but uses the D2 Coilover which is pretty stiff...I plan to change to standard shocks at some point



try to adjust the damping....might help to sofer the hardness..can click make it soft or hard..dun bother going back to stock shocks unless u really really want comfort for family...coilovers can be accepted by family members as well so jus my 2 cents dun waste money bro


Thanks for the tip bro...I ll go with your recommendation and see what the outcome is first :)..Thanks again bro


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