not too light.. not too dark.. pero ok din yung last pic na pinost niyo.. ano bang ok na brand at itsura para sa accent? hindi ko pa alam yung feeling ng naka 17s.. papangit ba handling? pansin ko sa stock na gulong ng mt, 4 lang na passenger ang nakasakay (1 sa harap 3 sa likod).. medyo tama na yung gulong sa body nung accent..
no need to dictate 1 by 1 kung ano ang ayaw mo sa porma ng isang auto, auto naman nya yan e.. kanya kanyang trip ng owner yan..
With regards to 17s, I did that to my wife's honda city (2009 Acquired, 1.3AT). Ang tatag ng ride sir. Not advisable for daily driven cars. And besides, yari ka sa maintenance. A single tire cost as much as 6K if you go to reputable brands though meron namang 2k-3k, I guess china made and its road grip is questionable...
Another thing to watch is your wheels could easily be scratched or damaged at worst kasi sobrang nipis na ng tires. A 3 or 4 inch object hits your tires' side walls, and probability is high na tatamaan yong wheels mo...
With the new accent, the only viable tire size mo 205/40/R17. Napakanipis na 'yan for a daily driven car though it looks so good...
Hinay-hinay lang sa upgrades gaya ng body kits at kung ano ano.. Sayang ang accent at pera mo... a new shoes would do, and if lowering springs are available, might drop it by 2" or let us say 2 to 3 finger gap... Void nga lang ang suspension warranty mo...
Just my 2 cents though...
+ 1000 ako dito kay bro meikey!
I've a bad experience with my 205/40/R17 before, mounted sa lancer ko with lowering springs... grabe ang tagtag and the worst of all prone sa bengkong... nalubag lang ako sa SLEX ng under construction pa ung SLEX, sabog kagad ung goma then bengkong kagad ung mags... one more thing mabilis magasgas ung wheels. sayang tlga.. pero when it comes to looks (porma) maganda tlga no question about it... yun nga lang as one of our bro had said earlier, you'll be compromising a lot sa R17.
But depende parin sa end user on what do you prefer... based on experiences lang..
Hindi ba kasya ang 45 series sa Accent ? Sabit sabit na ba ?
Tapos if 45 series on 205, offet +40, lalabas na sa fender yong gulong sir... pag +42 naman, sasabit na sa inner engine guard on full turns...
Kaya no'ng nagpapalit ako ng shoes, walang ibang magawa kondi sa 16s. Though I upgraded mine, but I'm still lurking here in cebu, baka may ibebentang stock ng 1.6Blue... I'd like to leave the car as stock as I could. Di lang kasi ako comfortable sa 14, 70 series. Medyo soft ang suspension ng accent sa likod, tapos 70 series pa... Maalon yong ride... Kaya pinalitan ko ng medyo manipis na gulong (195/50/R16). It improves the ride a lot. You have a good feel of the road, unlike sa 70 series, na feeling mo, sobrang detached yong sasakyan sa road.
Yeah, actually what you did was correct. You didn't compromise the ride comfort and the safety of your rims. The 14's are too small, upsizing it by 2" is probably the best option. Add one more ... and you have to compromise a few things over looks ( maganda talaga kasi ... if you saw the Accent @ MIAS I think that guy was wearing Bronze 17's. ) parang sa Stance Nation ba .... Form > Function. Wherein you have to drive really .. really ... slow in order to make sure to have your mags undamaged for a long span of time.
Yep. If you happen to spot the OEM's of the Accent Blue, better grab it ASAP. I'd really doubt if Blue owners would give up their rims easily, its one of the things that detaches them from the 1.4L clan so if it happens that someone gave up on it & you spot it right on probably it wont happen again in a few months or so kaya buy it. Don't buy on CASA's though. They'll charge you A LOT.
I'm just a newby here..
Is there anyone out there who can help me to install alarm and key less acess to my 2011 Hyundai Accent 1.4 MT? Or do you know what hyundai service center provide that service and the estimated cost for it..
Thanks in advance ..
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