actually they DO have rear carpet mats but the only way to get them is to BUY a new 'set' of Carpet Mats. they come as a 'set of 4'. don't know why the OE mats that come with the car are only the fronts. makes no sense to me.No wish they did. They don't even have carpet ones.
Let me hazard a guess. I inform people that my car is a 2+2, before they can look in the back and laugh.actually they DO have rear carpet mats but the only way to get them is to BUY a new 'set' of Carpet Mats. they come as a 'set of 4'. don't know why the OE mats that come with the car are only the fronts. makes no sense to me.
That's pretty cool looking, it'd be cool if they were easy to find and able to be gotten in the standard trims available.These have been discontinued for a while, but Santa brought me one of these http://www.hpiracing.com/products/en/32710.html I got the unpainted kit version, with some spare unpainted bodies, from Hong Kong. And naturally given my issues with the build quality, the kit was missing a bunch of parts... Also got a set of red calipers and brake rotors, and I think I found some wheels online that somewhat match the Sport. Worst-case I'll just get new rims for my 1:1 scale car.
It does look great, but I would not say it's anything anyone should be in a mad rush to get. There does seem to be a slight increase in responsiveness. On the other hand there is more noise. Nothing major, but the car loses the refined hush it has in stock form.That looks really good! Does it seem to have more power now?