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Wreckz

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@AeroMY It looks lowered. I know my LR and others is way higher. These are my before and after on MY
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Dr.Will

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Thought I’d post my setup for those LR owners trying to dial in their setup like I was. I went with Avant Garde M590 in matte black, 20x10 ET35 rear with 275/40 tires, 20x8.5 ET30 front with 255/40 tires. At stock ride height the fronts are perfect but the rears poke a little much for my taste. Once I get my MPP coil overs installed I expect the rear should be perfect and I'll be adding 5mm spacers to the front to match the rears better.

Looks great. I'm surprised that's not lowered. :)
 
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Wreckz

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The Continental ExtremeContact have a fairly squared sidewall. Add in the offset in the rear, it makes it visually less gap between the top of the tire and the wheel arch trim piece.
It looks great as it. Even better with mpp!! Mindblown if that’s an MYLR. Does the stealth version have lowered suspension and red caliper? Never new about that option since it wasn’t availble when I purchased MYLR
 

pt19713

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It looks great as it. Even better with mpp!! Mindblown if that’s an MYLR. Does the stealth version have lowered suspension and red caliper? Never new about that option since it wasn’t availble when I purchased MYLR
I think it's the MYP PUP but I'll let the owner answer for confirmation.
 

AeroMY

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Apr 20, 2021
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I think it's the MYP PUP but I'll let the owner answer for confirmation.
Definitely just a MYLR. It would be nice if they had given me a MYP by mistake. We had the calipers painted, no time to do it myself. Also added a Tesmanian spoiler. The wife and I like the performance look but couldn't justify the cost considering we would replace the wheels regardless. I am interested in what you will all say when I get the coil overs installed.
 
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pt19713

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Definitely just a MYLR. It would be nice if they had given me a MYP by mistake. We had the calipers painted, no time to do it myself. Also added a Tesmanian spoiler. The wife and I like the performance look but couldn't justify the cost considering we would replace the wheels regardless. I am interested in what you will all say when I get the coil overs installed.
It'll be funny if you install the coilovers and you raise the car. With the stance, I wonder if they installed the Performance springs on your car. My LR definitely had 3" more gap than what you have.
 
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AeroMY

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It'll be funny if you install the coilovers and you raise the car. With the stance, I wonder if they installed the Performance springs on your car. My LR definitely had 3" more gap than what you have.
So I took a closer look and you are all right. I'm not sure what happened but the pictures were taken by the wheel manufacturer and they dropped the car somehow. Take a look at the picture taken by me and the side by side comparison. At least I know how it will look soon. 😀
 

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pt19713

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So I took a closer look and you are all right. I'm not sure what happened but the pictures were taken by the wheel manufacturer and they dropped the car somehow. Take a look at the picture taken by me and the side by side comparison. At least I know how it will look soon. 😀
Well, at least there will be no surprises when you install the MPP coilovers and the ride height since you'll know how it looks haha
 

spatelpsd

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Nov 16, 2020
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Looking good. Looks virtually the same as my (same size) Replika 241s + Quatrac Pro.
I like that the 245/45/20 taller and fill in some of the wheel well gap. I can also use them in snow up in Big Bear. The ride is much much better than the 255/45/19 that came with it.
 

frankvb

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I like that the 245/45/20 taller and fill in some of the wheel well gap. I can also use them in snow up in Big Bear. The ride is much much better than the 255/45/19 that came with it.
Actually missed the fact you are using 20" wheels - I have 19x8.5" (and 255/45/19 size tires). Ride difference is I think mainly just due to the Quattrac Pro, the slightly larger size you use makes it a bit better still I guess.
 

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