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    Speedline Refurb Colour

    I have just a few days left to decide what colour option to go for with my speedline alloy refurb as it's booked in for next week.

    I have done an attempt on photoshop to help me decide.

    Thoughts please?


    1. Dark Chrome Effect



    2. or just have OEM silver


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    I think the OEM silver looks lovely against the black, ..it's gonna look SWEET! Love Speedlines! x
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    Keep the silver but add an inch, a 215 and a nice slam, you my friend will be BALLIN


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    Bright silver. I've had my RS4's done in shadow chrome and they look dull
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    Go for the silver, dude.. It makes the wheels look bigger
    Red is the colour..

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    Thanks for the comments guys.

    My gut feeling is to go for bright silver which I think will give a nice contrast with the black paint work. It'll just be nice to have a clean set of alloys with no corrosion or dodgey paint finish from the previous refurb done by the car's first owner!

    I might then paint the brake calipers black to finish off the clean look to the newly fitted discs. It's all pretty standard looking, but I'll enjoy the clean new look on a 5 year old car.

 

 

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