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blitz kit help #147795 Apr 7, 3:01pm Apr 7, 3:01pm
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blitz kit help
i have a blitz kit and i like the front and all but its a problem because of how far out it sits has anyone done another front with the rest of the kit that looks cool?? any pics appreciated

Re: blitz kit help [Re: nosceli1] #147796 Apr 7, 3:02pm Apr 7, 3:02pm
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the front is pretty big...


but i would get the Buddy Club front...it looks nice imo. thumbsup


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Re: blitz kit help [Re: VSGTS14] #147797 Apr 7, 3:03pm Apr 7, 3:03pm
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buddy club is your best bet to make your car look 'even' (having the sides match up with the front rear without having it look 'off).

also, veilside I & II work ok and although they are a bit 'higher' it won't be so noticeable thumbsup

(buddy club is actually a bit lower than blitz, but that too won't be noticeable)

Re: blitz kit help [Re: Speed4TheNeed] #147798 Apr 7, 3:06pm Apr 7, 3:06pm
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Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
buddy club is your best bet to make your car look 'even' (having the sides match up with the front rear without having it look 'off).

also, veilside I & II work ok and although they are a bit 'higher' it won't be so noticeable thumbsup

(buddy club is actually a bit lower than blitz, but that too won't be noticeable)


VS 1 and 2 stick out the same as the blitz, i measured...

the buddy club 1 is not lower than the blitz front...the buddy club 2 is lower...

the best that will look good is BC1

1869921414-Celica - BC Orange.jpg

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Re: blitz kit help [Re: nosceli1] #147799 Apr 7, 3:06pm Apr 7, 3:06pm
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plus VS won't match with blitz sides and rear.


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Re: blitz kit help [Re: nosceli1] #147800 Apr 7, 3:27pm Apr 7, 3:27pm
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thanks for the reply , i like all the customs that you can do to this car but the problems with some of them suck like the low front scraping everything but thats the price you pay for the look ill look into those fronts any other ideas out there welcome

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