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    Right guys im looking in to enhancing the looks/power of my car but no idea what to buy for it... so i am looking to you guys to give me advice and inputs on what to get and what not to get! what mods you think look good?

     
     

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    i think making your car look better is a very individual thing...my car looks good to me,others may hate what i've done.
    having said that,some things work whatever your tastes...lowering on 18's improves any E46
    etc
    what i've felt,what i've known
    never shined through in what i've shown.

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    Drop it on coilovers before anything Makes a massive difference.

    I'd also look into either an M Sport Body Package or if you can get hold of it, a ACS or Hartge front bumber

    ACS Front Bumper



    Hartge Front Bumber



    I also like the ACS Roof Spoiler, however these are pretty impossible to come across, you can get plastic reps though



    Your going in the right direction with HID's, maybe look into CCFL angel eyes as well.... Just keep it subtle and don't chav it up and you'll have yourself a nice car

    What else did you have in mind?
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    hmm im liking the idea with coilovers , but dont want to mess with the handling! want so new alloys for her...but not sure what to go for? liking the Hartge bumper though looks sweet! no chance in chaving it up want to keep it subtle, as for the angel eyes, where to get a set from at a decent price?
     
     

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    i quite like these?? in need of a refurb though!

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/17-Hartge-5-8-...item20adb46aa9
     
     

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    offset all wrong for yours mate
    you want 35-50 otherwise they'll stick out of the arches too far
    what i've felt,what i've known
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    oh yeah didnt realise that maybe i wont be getting them!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leroy View Post
    i quite like these?? in need of a refurb though!

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/17-Hartge-5-8-...item20adb46aa9
    Nice choice of wheel but as mark says the offset is wrong and also 17"'s will look tiny if you lower it aswell!

    Plus by the time you have refurbed them and put a set of tyres on them they wont be a cheap set of wheels!
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    Powerflex Bushes
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    Performance Friction Carbon Metallic Z Rated Pads
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    Dipped & Main Beam CCFL's
    Phillips Main Beam Rally Bulbs
    PIAA Silicone Wipers
    BMC CDA Carbon Fiber Intake
    JVC VX-220 Multimedia Headunit
    Kenwood DSP 4 Channel Amp Stealth Mounted
    Alpine 5.25" Type X Components Mounted In Custom Pods
     
     

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    what i've felt,what i've known
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    a nice new big set of wheels always transforms a car,
     
     

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