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My New 08 60th Anniversary VE Omega (Help with Mods)

RotaryKing

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Hey.
Im 17 and on P Plates in WA
I just got this 2008 60th Anniversary Edition VE Omega
Full Leather Interior
3.6L 240HP V6
180kW
Reversing Sensors
Lip Spoiler
Bluetooth
18inch Rims
Karma Blue
FE2 Sports Suspension

Cost $22,000

What do you think and what are some easy mods to do to it either for performance or looks?

Cheers
 

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maybe get some ssv headlights and taillights also maybe ssv exhaust system??
www.holmarts.com
try them out they have heaps of stuff for ve :)
 

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The only mods I would do would be as follows...

SSV head/tail lights
Lowered (no more than 2 inches EVENLY and with short body shocks)
Window tint
Wheels (no bigger than 20 inch but personally would stick with 19 inch).
HSV Steering Wheel (NOT just the HSVi one)
Maybe a lip spoiler

Maybe some speaker upgrades, add a sub and amp but that's not of huge importance to me either.

And that's it!

Performance mods are a COMPLETE waste of money on a V6.
 

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I actually don't mind the wheels that are on it - but make them black.

As said.. lower it, change the lights, grab an SS exhaust (for the look at the rear, not performance) and leave it basically at that. The HSV steering wheel would be a nice touch and is something specifically for the driver, instead of the 'show-pony' factor.

And congrats on the car. Hope it behaves and brings you many good times!
 
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