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Mud Flaps on an Evo X... Yes or No??

  • Yes

    Votes: 63 73.3%
  • No

    Votes: 17 19.8%
  • Cant decide??

    Votes: 6 7.0%
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I personally cant decide???
 

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That was quick!!! lol

Start the polling...


I like the look of them on other peoples evo's, they look aggressive and rally inspired cool! But I have to say.... I dont know????

Would be interesting to hear your feed back.

thanks in advance.

Spike m.
 

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I'm getting them for the rocks/snow/salt protection
 

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i just bought a used set off a member on this forum. i should be getting them in 3 days. protects from flying debris hitting the side of your car and what not
 

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I was in the same boat as you, couldnt decide... Then i saw a good deal in the classifieds and im glad i did. The look good and add a little extra protection from chips, and if you dont like them you can always take them off
 

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I went to Wolfsburg this weekend to see a mate and get my car tuned and my mates evo x is a total beast, it has mudflaps fitted and along with a janspeed exhaust it looks so aggressive!!!:wackoff:
 

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Discussion Starter · #12 · (Edited)
very good point xezerax!!

I am seriously thinking of getting some for mine, but I also like the clean/special look(cant describe it really) and I think the mud flap wearing cars want to be noticed?? Its not a "Mudflaps protect the paint" type mod, I think its more of.... look at me I drive a rally car that could absolutely destroy your dads 100k+ super car type mod...

Correct me if Im wrong?? cos I don't know if I should get them fitted to my car or not?
 

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I highly recommend mud flaps to help reduce rock chips. You can always remove them at car shows & events. They can be removed & put back on easily.
 

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I was in the same boat as you, couldnt decide... Then i saw a good deal in the classifieds and im glad i did. The look good and add a little extra protection from chips, and if you dont like them you can always take them off
Especially since now i have wider wheels maybe i do need them?
I think on your car they would look good dude:rock:
 

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I just put mine on a few weeks ago. I always thought they made the car look wider and meaner...but after putting them on my car, I barely notice them. At least I have them on before snow fall.
 

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Winter time - taller, slimmer snow tires on stock enkeis, stock ride height, mud flaps

Summer - Lowered 1.5" with nice wheels, no mud flaps.

Keeps it interesting throughout the year
 
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