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    How to ruin a CLK63 Black Series - Bling it out with an Ipad in the center console and neon

    I'll just let the pictures do the talking. I seriously do not understand how someone buys a Black Series to do this to it though. It's not meant to be some audio/video show car but a performance car. It's embarrassing:

    - Evosport long tuber headers
    - Evosport exhaust
    - Evosport ECU tune
    - Custom AfterFX wheels with carbon fiber lips
    - Audison amplifiers with custom amp rack built into the trunk
    - Morel Elate speakers
    - 2 Morel Ultimo subwoofers in carbon fiber wrapped boxes
    - iPad 2 that motorizes out, wrapped in carbon fiber


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    This is all about status.
    Guy probably has it for making rubber donuts and showing off.
    The power of money.
    Car will most likely never see a racetrack other then from the VIP parking lot.
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    and how not to ruin it. Need to get more pics of this car for you guys. Run ADV 20's and a whole lot of Renntech add on's.

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    I've seen worse. A CLK is barely a real performance car, Black Series or not (unless you also call a Bentley Continental GT a performance car). More of a fast cruiser. So a little bit of bling in the interior ain't too bad.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Autobahn335i Click here to enlarge
    I've seen worse. A CLK is barely a real performance car, Black Series or not (unless you also call a Bentley Continental GT a performance car). More of a fast cruiser. So a little bit of bling in the interior ain't too bad.
    Do some more research on the Black Series and you will realize its not a fast cruiser especially when it comes to the suspension and how it can be adjusted. You will also be shocked how many components are unique to it.

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    the center console i feel is an upgrade from the dated nav in it stock....im all for that....but the custom leather tho....that can go

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by George Smooth Click here to enlarge
    Do some more research on the Black Series and you will realize its not a fast cruiser especially when it comes to the suspension and how it can be adjusted. You will also be shocked how many components are unique to it.
    I would agree on the new C63 AMG Black Series. But this fat ship? Click here to enlarge Of course it's alot more agile than the normal CLK. In which you just seem to hover over the road and don't get much feel or steering response.

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    those wheels are god awful
    it belongs to a local guy that owns that after fx company
    he has a lambo, 997 or 996 turbo, and a bunch of other cars
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Autobahn335i Click here to enlarge
    I've seen worse. A CLK is barely a real performance car, Black Series or not (unless you also call a Bentley Continental GT a performance car). More of a fast cruiser. So a little bit of bling in the interior ain't too bad.

    Yeah, that's why I can lap it on STREET tires as fast as a 996 GT3 Cup Car. Are you retarded or something ???? Do some research before you make such idiotic statements.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by inter1032 Click here to enlarge
    those wheels are god awful
    it belongs to a local guy that owns that after fx company
    he has a lambo, 997 or 996 turbo, and a bunch of other cars
    Nice cars but his taste in modding leaves a lot to be desired. You don't do this to a Black Series.

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    Everything about that car is disappointing - all that investment for a backward result, wow.

    One thing - the pictures reminded me of just how soft the lines are on the CLKs. Even though the CLK63BS is just, what, 4 years old... it looks pretty dated. Not bad, mind you... just obviously older vs. the newer designs like C63BS, w212 E63, new CLS, etc.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by c32AMG-DTM Click here to enlarge
    Everything about that car is disappointing - all that investment for a backward result, wow.

    One thing - the pictures reminded me of just how soft the lines are on the CLKs. Even though the CLK63BS is just, what, 4 years old... it looks pretty dated. Not bad, mind you... just obviously older vs. the newer designs like C63BS, w212 E63, new CLS, etc.
    It's dated, no getting around it. However, some designs are timeless and appeal to car enthusiasts forever. E46 M3 CSL, that is my argument forever.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I'll just let the pictures do the talking. I seriously do not understand how someone buys a Black Series to do this to it though. It's not meant to be some audio/video show car but a performance car. It's embarrassing:

    - Evosport long tuber headers
    - Evosport exhaust
    - Evosport ECU tune
    - Custom AfterFX wheels with carbon fiber lips
    - Audison amplifiers with custom amp rack built into the trunk
    - Morel Elate speakers
    - 2 Morel Ultimo subwoofers in carbon fiber wrapped boxes
    - iPad 2 that motorizes out, wrapped in carbon fiber


    Not what I would have done to a CLK63 BS. But the owner is a friend of mine and he is constantly thinking of things to do to his cars. He owns AFTER FX customs. The orange 1M with the 20" Vossens is a After FX car too.

    This jeep is one they just did too(650HP):

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by UsualSuspect Click here to enlarge
    Not what I would have done to a CLK63 BS. But the owner is a friend of mine and he is constantly thinking of things to do to his cars. He owns AFTER FX customs. The orange 1M with the 20" Vossens is a After FX car too.

    This jeep is one they just did too(650HP):

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    I mean looks like they do some great work but... it's a Black Series. Would you put a big stereo system in a GT3 along with some big chrome wheels?

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    I dont think its too bad for what he is gonna use it for. A city street status symbol. Something to pull up to a nightclub with, thats about it.

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    I actually think I like the wheels, the back wheel especially, looks aggressive. The interior is terrible, but different strokes for different folks I guess. This guy is more into electronics and stereos than racetracks, nothing wrong with that.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I mean looks like they do some great work but... it's a Black Series. Would you put a big stereo system in a GT3 along with some big chrome wheels?
    Hell no! That's why I said, it's not what I would've done, but they're show cars...to make you go whoa.
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