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About noelleon69

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    C180 Coupe
  1. So far have only seen news online about facelift for C class later this year. The only changes I could tell - new design centre console touch pad and steering wheel (these are what the new A class will have) and what looks like new headlights.
  2. I've checked with the workshop, will cost around $2800 for LTA compliant Eisenmann exhaust (with heat shield bracket for right side mounting). Anyone else interested?
  3. I have an Eisenmann muffler (LTA compliant) on my Scirocco and never regreted it. I had compared a few common exhaust brands before deciding on the Eisenmann because in my opinion its sound is damn shiok... I love it because it has a low bassy tune. I wouldn't say it is considered loud (not like Ferrari/Lambo kind for sure) but noticable for passerby to hear it. If possible I would love to get an Eisenmann exhaust again for my incoming W205 coupe. I actually looked up their website before but it doesn't state an available model for the W205 coupe though. Since you mentioned that you had checked with a dealer, it got me searching again online and I found this: You can hear the sound from the video. Is this the dealer you had contacted? From the video it appears to be the coupe and I'm now very interested to find out more
  4. The photo I posted of the red merc is similar to those I just found here: Any owners here who has these rims can share the specs? Otherwise I'll probably have to pm some of them to ask.
  5. I didn't think of going to a tyre shop to ask as I paiseh to ask questions on whether this or that spec can fit my ride if I'm not going to purchase anything from them. I've been to a few shops and I don't see anything I fancy from what they have to offer. I was thinking of checking out rims I like online and then see whether they can fit, before checking with tyre shops whether they have that model available or can bring it in. Thanks for sharing, but your specs I believe are based on rims that look the same for all 4? As in the rear rims aren't concave/deep set in compared with the front right? I don't have any plans to lower the ride as I'm quite happy with the ride comfort now.
  6. Looking for some advice on staggered rim set up from anyone who has experience doing this before. I'm driving the W204 C180 Coupe with AMG 18" rims as part of the AMG Sports package option. The specs are: Front - 225/40 R18, 18x8, offset 50 Rear - 255/35 R18, 18x8.5, offset 54 I want to change to a set of rims where the rear rims has that deep set look: I was browing for rims online and come across these specs: Front - 18x8, offset 40 Rear - 18x9, offset 30 Does it sound right for a fit on my ride? I tried this website and it does look fine, but this is my first time going for the staggered rear rim deep set look and I guess I want to make sure by asking for advice here so that I don't end up making a mistake choosing the wrong rims. Thanks so much!