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      08-27-2009, 10:38 AM   #9
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I'm of the opinion if you're not going to improve what you have (less weight, same or better strength), which means a forged wheel, why bother. Do the exhaust, and if/when you save enough money for a better wheel than stock, go for it. The other option to maximize wheel money is to stay with stock sizes (they're plenty wide IMO), so you don't have to buy tires. But either way, I'd do it right, even if it takes longer, but it's your car. Good day.
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