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Post by Markve91 on Tue Sep 04, 2012 2:36 am

beefsupreme42 wrote:didn't get too much done this weekend, I was in wisconsin from friday to monday. I did end up tuning a lincoln "pimp car" with gold wheels. too bad I couldn't do gold trim to go with it... I have a picture but the forza server was down so I couldn't upload it. I will post it in my picture thread when I get it on my storefront.

When the lincoln came out the first thing i did was slap on huge rims and slam the car. Although i think jacking up the ride height would've been a little more interesting
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Post by beefsupreme42 on Tue Sep 04, 2012 8:07 am

yeah, I am still experimenting with the ride height. I'm thinking the highest number in the front and slightly lower in the back would produce the best pictures. it was fun to screw around with the height while I was test driving it, it bonces up and down after you change it and it is really amusing to watch for some reason

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