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Did a quick shoot at work during lunch. Just got some new rims and tires not long ago. Had my car for about 2 years. Been loving every moment.

Advan RZ 18x8 +45 w/ Conti ExtremeContact DW 235/40/18

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sweet shots, love the colour in your pictures.

Also a sucker for interior shots :D

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Needs moar low.. :)

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Thank you!

I swear all my friends and forum friends are like "what a 4x4 LOL"

I'm going to lower it this summer with Bilstein Sport + Swift Springs. :) I like doing mods slowly one step at a time!

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Two more from today.

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Any critique on these? :) This is like my first time shooting anything for the past 1.5 year.

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I would invest in a good polarizer. The reflections are pretty destracting on all of them, and I don't know if its because you are using tire shine and your tires are wet but they all look dirty to me, its unflattering to an otherwise pretty interesting looking car.

I kind of feel the same way about your location, maybe try it again when its not wet? and watch for other cars in your background!

Cool car though, and not to bad for not shooting in over a year!

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Thank you very much for the advice.

Got it on the polarizer. And you are right, the tires are brand new and they are very dirty right now. It was very brown-ish before rain. haha

Thanks again!

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swift springs? Arent those actually made for a MZ3 and not an MS3? the difference being that the MS3 is a heavier car. Its even a bigger difference on the GenPu vs the GenJuan.

As far as pics, I echo what others have said. A polarizer would help greatly.

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Swift Springs developed their Spec-R springs just for Mazdaspeed3. They used Genpu to develop it and just released the product couple months ago. And in fact, they decided to start the R&D because a lot of members over at mazdaspeedforums.org petitioned for it. They gratefully accepted it and did the R&D for more than a year before releasing the actual product.

Thank you!

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right on. I didnt know they had developed a Genpu version. Sounds good.

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brother has a mazdaspeed3.... he was going to lower it, until he put mudflaps on it, really helped get rid of the 4x4 look somehow which you would think added mudflaps would make it look worse.

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