TE37 in A90 fitment

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On all the sites that look graphite, they are called diamond black. I really want to know as well. I know for a FACT that te37 diamond blacks are at least cleared and glossy.
TE37SL come in graphite and pressed double black, both of which are gloss clear coated.

TE37 come in a variety of colours matte and gloss.




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TE37SL come in graphite and pressed double black, both of which are gloss clear coated.

TE37 come in a variety of colours matte and gloss.
I was replying and adding on to the post about what the diamond black or diamond dark gunmetal looks like. I wasn’t talking about the te37sl, I was just trying to figure out what the “diamond dark gunmetal” and “diamond black” color way is like in general. I’m fully aware that there are other colors but I think that question about what “diamond black” looks like is because on the te37 ultras, it doesn’t show the differences on the websites.
 

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I was replying and adding on to the post about what the diamond black or diamond dark gunmetal looks like. I wasn’t talking about the te37sl, I was just trying to figure out what the “diamond dark gunmetal” and “diamond black” color way is like in general. I’m fully aware that there are other colors but I think that question about what “diamond black” looks like is because on the te37 ultras, it doesn’t show the differences on the websites.
it’s a really subtle difference. As far as color codes go “diamond dark gunmetal” is the same as dark gunmetal (DG). So if you look at the Rays/Volk color chart and compare DG to DB (diamond black). The DB is just a tad bit darker.

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I really want a set! Who's got the best price? I checked with Titan already.
Titan prices are horrible. Example everywhere has the seibon lips for 995 and they still have it listed at 1100.
 

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Te37 ultra m-spec, blast bronze, Supra fitment.

HKS springs, not maxed out, stock tires for the moment

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looks good! Is that 10.5 in the rear
Another Supra in Matte Black

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I was thinking about RE71s, what size did you go with and how do they compare to the stock tires? Looks great!
 

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looks good! Is that 10.5 in the rear


I was thinking about RE71s, what size did you go with and how do they compare to the stock tires? Looks great!
Yep! 10.5 +35, 9.5+23
 

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I prefer the m-spec compared to the SL. I like the concave vs the fat lip. That matte blue gunmetal :love:. Added to the wishlist!! Are there any site carrying these in supra fitment? Ive been looking but only found 5x114.. These would look good on turbulence grey :yes:

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