Smoked tails...LIKE 'EM!
Like the illuminated emblem also (thought of doing this myself). Did you have to drill a hole to connect them to the trunk lid license plate light, or was it already there when you removed the OEM Logo?
Hey guys! Sorry i've been MIA. No drill for the illuminated emblem. I made a walkthrough here: http://forum.mazda6club.com/electrical-lighting-audio/392649-led-tail-emblem.htmlI second the question about the illuminated emblem. I want to do this, but I can't seem to find many DIY's about it.
2017 M6 Touring with the premium package in Soul Red. H&R springs with AXE 19x9.5 CS lite wheels in Hyperblack with Firestone Indy 500 245/40/19 tires and i love it!!! Before and after pics
You probably want narrower tires in the winter. I’d stick with the stock size or even narrower. Looks like 215/60-17 is cheaper that 225/55-17...at least here in the states. Might be the way to go?Hi everyone
I wanna change my stock 19" rims to 17 "rims for winter. I wonder that if i choose 235mm wide tyres on stock rims that are 7.5 wide, will these tyres fit? And if they suit, how do these tires affect to fuel consumption?
thank you so muchYou probably want narrower tires in the winter. I’d stick with the stock size or even narrower. Looks like 215/60-17 is cheaper that 225/55-17...at least here in the states. Might be the way to go?
Thank youIm guessing the assumption with winter tires is that you’ll be driving much of the time on snow covered roads or in low traction situations (wet, ice, cold, slush, etc.) Therefore, you won’t be pushing the handling limits of your car very much, so some degradation in handling (within reason, of course) would be acceptable. There are also “hi performance” type winter tires available, but they’re probably more expensive.
How bad are winter driving conditions where you live in Turkey? Do you really need winter tire or could you get by with all season tires?
Also, if your road surfaces are pretty poor, you’d be better off with a 17” tire with a higher aspect ratio 55% vs. 40 or 45% anyway.