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    New photo of VR4 with the new ENKEI PF01s

    Found a sweet spot for some pics, took a bunch and this is one of my favs. I also uploaded an XXL version in my garage for those who collect desktop sized photos.

    1996 3000GT VR4 Pearl White - Wallpaper Shots in My Garage Featured car for Dec. 2012 & #5 vote getter for 2014 in the 3S Calendar
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    Be sure to submit that to the calendar. Looks awesome!
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    It looks great with the new rims!!!
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    How did you make it look like a model car? Am I the only one that this picture looks fake to? Obviously it's not, so cool shot!
    '93 VR4 | 10.57 @ 135 on C16 | 11.29 @ 125 on 93 | ~3275 lbs

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    Adam: It's a depth of field of thing Adam.
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    You got my wheels in black. What size and offset? I wish they had black when I got mine.

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    Here's a pic from last year.


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    ooo, i like her much more painted all the same colour.

    what type of lip are you rocking, and maybe you should post another picture or two.

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    awhh, you did it!//oheay fuck you
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    Quote Originally Posted by vr4tune View Post
    You got my wheels in black. What size and offset? I wish they had black when I got mine.
    18x9.5, -35 offset on the rims. I couldn't make up my mind between bright silver and black, so Tire Rack did it for me. The only wheels available for shipping in time to get to Indy for the NG were the black ones. I am glad I got the black ones, but I am having a hard time getting used to them on the car. I really love the look of my Anthracite w/polished lip ENKEI OR-52's. I was thinking about seeing how much it would cost to have the lips stripped and polished on the PF01's. I chose these rims for one reason only, they were the lightest racing rim that I liked that did not cost a grand a piece. I have my TOYO R888 time attack tires mounted on them that I use for autocross and track days, they really won't see much street action as the tires only have a tread wear rating of 100 and will wear out real fast.. As a comparison, BFG KDW's have a tread wear rating of 300 and last a good while on the street and provide all the grip that a street situation warrants.

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    Mike is correct, it is all about depth of field. Essentially, a blurred background will make your brain see a picture in a different way. It especially works with a busy background that competes with the subject. Blur the background by lens setting or post production and the subject will stand out in the photo.

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