Official ABSOLUTE ZERO WHITE Supra Club Thread

Chill47

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Got it yesterday. Glad I went the absolute zero color
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Many thanks for ideas on this forum. After considerable research, looking at multiple possibilities at Vossen and Stance wheels, I settled for Variant Wheels. Robert Chang at Variant is first class all the way, and helped me with the right size and offset to make this work. I end up with 20X10 in the front, and 20X11 in the rear. The wheels are Variant Xenon Satin Gunmetal and I specifically chose the blood red center caps (optional caps). Shod with Michelin 275-30-20 front and 295-30-20 rear in Pilot Sport 4S. Very smooth and great handling, though a bit bumpy now compared to stock (my suspension is stock). Really good concavity front and back, which I wanted, and gives the car a lot of depth and character. Due to the aggressive wheel size and offset, the wheels literally “stick out” of the body – it’s the most aggressive stance I’ve seen on any Supra’s. Downside is that the tires kick some dirt onto the body but the overall look and feel are amazing.

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ThePhamtom

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Many thanks for ideas on this forum. After considerable research, looking at multiple possibilities at Vossen and Stance wheels, I settled for Variant Wheels. Robert Chang at Variant is first class all the way, and helped me with the right size and offset to make this work. I end up with 20X10 in the front, and 20X11 in the rear. The wheels are Variant Xenon Satin Gunmetal and I specifically chose the blood red center caps (optional caps). Shod with Michelin 275-30-20 front and 295-30-20 rear in Pilot Sport 4S. Very smooth and great handling, though a bit bumpy now compared to stock (my suspension is stock). Really good concavity front and back, which I wanted, and gives the car a lot of depth and character. Due to the aggressive wheel size and offset, the wheels literally “stick out” of the body – it’s the most aggressive stance I’ve seen on any Supra’s. Downside is that the tires kick some dirt onto the body but the overall look and feel are amazing.

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Looks good! Is your front license plate zip tied to the grill?
 

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Yes, I bought a rubber-backed soft licence plate holder (which has 4 holes) then zip tied them to the lower grill. That way, the soft rubber licence plate prevents any rattles and the fit is perfect. For those who claim that this will cause problem with cooling, that isn't true. I am an automotive engineer and I can say that in 98% of the circumstances, the slight blockage of the lower intake isn't an issue at all.
 

JakeM

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Good morning. Picked her up Saturday. I have 170 miles on her so far. Can’t wait to really start digging in on her.

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PS - Finally cleaning up my garage on Friday. I haven't been able to get away from work since winter.
 

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As promised, cleaned up the garage. Car goes to the detailer for paint correction, ceramic coating and tint in t-minus 6 days and I can’t wait! Finally will be worth the time to get the good camera out and go get some pictures. Still have some organizing and work to do. Also need a few more good shelves and a cabinet for my detailing/chemical stuff but it’s getting there

Walking into this car in the garage still feels a bit like a dream.

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