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oas Nov 3, 9:35pm - #57641 
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snow and humps VS body kit

i have no body kit on my car and i was woundring to get a body kit but damn norway snow and humps every wear and i dont have mony to have a winter car. So i just wanna ask if it is a body kit that works in snow condition. a kit that looks good eaven if it is not fully lowered confused
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RoMkApOmKa Nov 4, 3:33am - #57642 

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Don't Worry Even if you don't have a Body kit You wouldn't be able to drive when if there is 2 inches of snow.
So put it on and stay at home when it's snow outside grin Just Kidding wave
I have a same thoughts in my mind too.I have a body kit and Eibach Sport lines with stock rims...I don't know how I'm gonna drive during the winter spineyes
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shox Nov 4, 8:56am - #57643 

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Originally Posted by oas
i have no body kit on my car and i was woundring to get a body kit but damn norway snow and humps every wear and i dont have mony to have a winter car. So i just wanna ask if it is a body kit that works in snow condition. a kit that looks good eaven if it is not fully lowered confused

I just bought a VS Replica kit, when I recieved it it started to snow a week or 2 later so I'm going to postpone putting it on my car. This is what you can do, install the kit during summer, remove kit and install stock in winter. It's that simple and that's what I'm probably going to do.
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oas Nov 4, 11:54am - #57644 
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Originally Posted by RoMkApOmKa
Don't Worry Even if you don't have a Body kit You wouldn't be able to drive when if there is 2 inches of snow.
So put it on and stay at home when it's snow outside grin Just Kidding wave
I have a same thoughts in my mind too.I have a body kit and Eibach Sport lines with stock rims...I don't know how I'm gonna drive during the winter spineyes


lol, i have seen some kamanari kits that is preatty high up almost as the stock ones. i dont have any experiense with body kits so i dont know but have any body tried to drive with a body kit on the winter its for the most not mutch snow in road but its about 30 centimeters some times any body know if it will work if i not lower just but on a kamanari body kit PS:im not shure if the "kamanari" fhing is spellt rigth but you know witch i meen
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oas Nov 4, 11:59am - #57645 
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Is it mutch work to change the body kit if you have no expreiense with it?
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VSGTS14 Nov 4, 4:21pm - #57646 

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Originally Posted by RoMkApOmKa
Don't Worry Even if you don't have a Body kit You wouldn't be able to drive when if there is 2 inches of snow.
So put it on and stay at home when it's snow outside grin Just Kidding wave
I have a same thoughts in my mind too.I have a body kit and Eibach Sport lines with stock rims...I don't know how I'm gonna drive during the winter spineyes


if there were 2-3 inches of snow on the ground...I would be plowing a small patch where ever I drive...LOL...

don't get a full kit, just buy a WW or Vizage...or RMM...something that are just lips and side skirts...

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oas Nov 5, 8:20am - #57647 
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do you have any pics of that
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acilec Nov 5, 6:55pm - #57648 
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i have a veilside kit and mine is a snowplow in the winter it was horrible, i finally had to crank the coilovers all the way up.
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oas Nov 5, 7:23pm - #57649 
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did it work or was it still bad when you satt the car higher?
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