· Detailing Freak
well, it will need a quality paint job, to match the paint on your car.. and it will have to be blended to the doors and bumper... cheap for the kit, but you get what u pay for in painting....
He also asked if they would look good in our opinon. So I gave it.[neener]matthewstetz said:well, while that may be true, to each is his own.. were not going to war over this.. he asked, if it would be easy to fit on.. yes they should be an easy fit, with a few minor adjustments, and some goot paint work "."
It all depends on what you're goin for. I'm plannin on workin my car as a show car. I have some performance mods, and plan to add more to give it some pep. But we can all be honest. I "F"in love my focus, but I bought it b/c it was rather inexpensive and quick "for the MONEY". It's not a speed demon, there are other cars you can buy for that. But I think changin up your Focus and styling it in your own way is cool. I say figure out what direction you're tryin to take your car (as far as, performance or show) and take it from there. My friend alex has em tho with the EVO hood, DAMN it looks good!02_zxFIVE said:IMO (and it is just MY oppinion.. and probably a lot of other peoples too), all this z3 fender, evo body kit BS is exactly that... BS. if people want their cars to have the same things as the cars these parts are modeled after, then spend the money and get the real thing.
z3 fenders on anyhting but a z3, dont make cars any faster, they dont serve a purpose, and honestly (even on the z3), theyre just plain ugly. but like i said, thats just my oppinion.
im all for minor body mods, keeping the stock lines, but giving a more aggressive look.. performance should always come first... then worry about looks later... besides, isnt it more fun smoking cars in a car that came from the factory slow, and still looks slow?
im done... im off to bed, its ben a long night.