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News on the page about the Accincjp team (ACCinc airrunner OntheGround TC-5 decade systems G-DRIVE). We discovered the following photos on the tuner's social media channel and just have to show them to you. You can see a tuned Daihatsu Move L175 (fifth generation) which is not only breaking low thanks to the Airride chassis, but also has fat alloy wheels and a body kit. Who is just doing this? 😀 No matter ... The company has not really posted many details so far, so we have to "guess" something about the changes to the car. What we were able to find out and have recognized ourselves, we provide you with a small summary below. Should you discover any further changes, we would be happy if you let us know in the "comment box", we will of course include them in the post.
These are the details of the Daihatsu Move L175:
- ACCinc airrunner lowering (Airride air suspension)
- darkened windows all around
- unknown Bodykit (bumpers front incl. LED lights, side skirts, grille, front splitter, wider fenders with air outlets front, roof spoiler, possibly rear bumper incl. diffuser)
- evil look
- unknown approx. 16 inch large work wheels alloy wheels (possibly multi-part)
- painted calipers (possibly stronger brake system)
- possibly a performance increase - (chip tuning, tuning box, compressor or turbo conversion, NOS etc. - info is pending)
- possibly a sports exhaust system (info is still pending)
Certainly, new information and certainly new pictures and videos will soon be online. As soon as this is the case, we will of course put it online and inform you about it.
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