Fitment industries


2019.04.02 19:45 Fitment_Industries FitmentIndustries

Welcome to the official subreddit for the Fitment Industries. A place to talk about fitment, ask questions, and be part of a massive growing enthusiast community dedicated to the aftermarket wheel, tire, and suspension aftermarket. Whether you're just building your first car ever, or if you are a fitment expert, all are welcome.

2012.10.18 17:10 TheBossIsWatching For WRX Lovers

/WRX is a place for Subaru fanatics to show off their rides, discuss modifications, mechanical issues, industry news, and more. It is not a place to buy/sell/trade or spread negativity/hate.

2012.08.02 17:15 HardwareLust Ford Focus ST

A reddit for the new Focus ST, spiritual successor to the Focus SVT.

2023.05.28 03:01 Ok-Variety-1398 Got my rims a month late and half of them are the wrong bolt pattern. Thank you fitment industries

Got my rims a month late and half of them are the wrong bolt pattern. Thank you fitment industries submitted by Ok-Variety-1398 to u/Ok-Variety-1398 [link] [comments]

2023.05.27 18:36 SJang1080 Got my rims a month late and half of them are the wrong bolt pattern. Thank you fitment industries

Got my rims a month late and half of them are the wrong bolt pattern. Thank you fitment industries submitted by SJang1080 to WRX [link] [comments]

2023.05.26 19:59 willardautoparts Advantages of Stamped Parts For Engine Exhaust Systems

Advantages of Stamped Parts For Engine Exhaust Systems
Stamped parts play a crucial role in the manufacturing of engine exhaust systems, offering several application characteristics that contribute to their efficiency, durability, and overall performance. Here are some key features and benefits of using stamped parts for engine exhaust systems:
  1. Precision Fit: Stamped parts are designed with high precision to ensure an exact fit within the exhaust system. This precise fitment allows for proper alignment and seamless integration, optimizing the system's overall performance and minimizing any potential leaks or inefficiencies.
  2. Structural Integrity: Stamped parts are manufactured using high-strength materials such as stainless steel or specialized alloys, providing excellent structural integrity. This enables them to withstand the extreme temperatures, vibrations, and pressures experienced within the exhaust system, ensuring long-lasting durability and reliability.
  3. Complex Shapes and Designs: Stamping technology allows for the creation of complex shapes and intricate designs that are often required in exhaust system components. These include various bends, flanges, brackets, and hangers, enabling efficient routing of exhaust gases while maintaining structural strength and proper mounting points.
  4. Lightweight Construction: Stamped parts are known for their lightweight construction, which is crucial for optimizing overall vehicle performance. By using lightweight materials and employing precision stamping techniques, the weight of the exhaust system is minimized, contributing to improved fuel efficiency, reduced emissions, and enhanced handling.
  5. Enhanced Exhaust Flow: The precise design and construction of stamped parts facilitate improved exhaust gas flow within the system. Smooth inner surfaces and optimized internal geometries reduce restrictions and backpressure, allowing for better evacuation of exhaust gases. This results in enhanced engine performance, increased power output, and improved overall vehicle efficiency.
  6. Cost-Effective Production: Stamped parts can be manufactured in large quantities using progressive stamping techniques, making them cost-effective for mass production. The high-speed and automated nature of stamping processes reduce production time, labor costs, and material waste, contributing to overall cost savings for exhaust system manufacturers.
  7. Compatibility and Integration: Stamped parts are designed to meet industry standards and specifications, ensuring compatibility and seamless integration with other components of the exhaust system. This simplifies assembly processes, reduces installation time, and improves overall system performance and reliability.
  8. Quality and Consistency: Stamped parts undergo rigorous quality control measures during the manufacturing process, ensuring consistent quality and adherence to precise specifications. Advanced inspection techniques, such as dimensional checks and material testing, guarantee that each part meets the highest standards of performance and reliability.
In conclusion, the application characteristics of stamped parts for engine exhaust systems encompass precision fit, structural integrity, complex designs, lightweight construction, enhanced exhaust flow, cost-effectiveness, compatibility, and consistent quality. By leveraging these features, stamped parts contribute to the efficient operation, durability, and overall performance of engine exhaust systems in various vehicles.
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2023.05.26 19:30 ryaniswonka Midwest Industries Chassis w/ Folding Buffer

Midwest Industries Chassis w/ Folding Buffer
I have the Midwest Industries 10/22 Chassis and was hoping a folding buffer adapter like a Law Tactical (clone) would work on this. I'm discovering the bulk of the adapter interferes with the pistol grip since the buffer threads are so close to the grip attachment.
Does anyone have a recommendation for how to make this combination work? I've been trying to see if there's some sort of thread extender that would free up the space at the grip, but my GoogleFu isn't sophisticated enough to find a solution.
I borrowed a picture of somebody else's kit just to help illustrate the area of fitment concern.
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2023.05.26 18:21 Direction_Actual Fittment Help?

Fittment Help?
Hey everyone, I'm buying my first set of wheels and tires for my base 2016 impreza. Any advice on if/ how well these would fit would be much appreciated!
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2023.05.24 00:13 ChipSkylark977 Recent fitment industries W. 17 x 8 Kanos. Shipped to Saskatchewan. Didn’t even pay duties. Individually wrapped and boxed

Recent fitment industries W. 17 x 8 Kanos. Shipped to Saskatchewan. Didn’t even pay duties. Individually wrapped and boxed submitted by ChipSkylark977 to FitmentIndustries [link] [comments]

2023.05.23 03:48 TheCarGamer22 17” LAS-R’s clearing Mk7 PP Brakes

I’m looking at purchasing 17” LAS-R’s through fitment industries, but they don’t clear PP brakes on my Mk7 Sport
does anyone know what size spacers I need? I was also looking into bronze konig hypergrams in 17, but they’re backordered until june. Otherwise, any other good rim suggestions that look good in 17”?
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2023.05.23 01:05 Hrimnir RTX 2070 Super upgrade thoughts...

Hey all, sort of just spit balling here, but also looking for generalized opinions.
I built an SFF PC in Jan 2020 based around a 9600k and Zotac 2070 Super in an Ncase M1. I was already stretching my budget at the time, and b/c PSU's were in short supply at the time, I ended up getting an SF450 Platinum (more on that later).
I've been generally happy with it, with the exception of the noise level. I use the PC in an HTPC environment, attached to a 2020 era LG 65" C class OLED. I'm gaming *most* of the time on it, but it also does a lot of media viewing duty (Netflix, Etc).
I mainly built it with the intention of playing Cyberpunk 2077 (which i did) however, as you are all prob keenly aware, the game wasn't particularly well optimized. I did manage to keep ray tracing on and hover in the low 40's at 1080p with high settings, but obviously the experience wasn't ideal. Dragon Quest 11 was another game i played heavily, as well as AC Odyssey and Valhalla. DQ11 in particular really showed me the joys of an OLED with consistent high framerate, as well to some degree Odyssey.
With the upcoming DLC and subsequent patches i've been wanting to do a replay of Cyberpunk, and also just sort of update the PC a bit for upcoming games i may want to play and general future proofing. I know 4k is pretty much out of question without basically 4080 or above level graphics (and a better general setup), but ill be honest, at the seating distances i have (12' or so) 1080 looks pretty good.
So moving onto the the thrust of the situation:
I feel like the best upgrade i can make to the system really is the GPU without (obviously) doing a full new build. However, as all of us are painfully aware, the GPU situation as far as "value" is pretty fucked right now.
Having sort of caught myself up to date on the current situation, the 4070 either as an FE or one of the 2 fan designs, seems like it's *probably* the best course of action as far as not spending obscene money and getting at least a decent "value". However, I really REALLY hate the idea of rewarding Nvidia's greed by giving them money. Problem is pragmatism is a thing.

So my general thoughts and concerns are as such:

That's just some rambling off the top of my head. My inclination is to wait for the 5xxx series, but, knowing NVidia, they will just pull the same shit as before and just say "well we're giving you 50% more performance, so you should pay 50% more" and charge $900 for a 5070. AMD is also a bit of a wildcard, my main concern with them is the subpar ray tracing performance, and the potential issues with integrating into a home theater setup. AVR's are notoriously bad with connectivity issues and signal passthrough issues for example.
Anywho, curious what thoughts others might have. Personal experiences, etc.
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2023.05.21 05:35 OrangeAdenaline Fitment industries YouTube
I don’t know if this is allowed here, so I’ll gladly take it down but I just really enjoyed watching it and thought I’d share
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2023.05.19 01:01 8th_Hurdle [DEVELOPMENT] Not A Chance, Not A Hope, In This World

8th June 2040;
The old man who had once dominated through the whole government, and had yet kept always behind the scenes – Dmitry Ocko – was now gone. He was in retirement, or at least somewhere else but his office in Zagreb. That was enough for the many ministers, who could finally run their own Ministries directly.
That left the Head of Defence Affairs, Bianka Kožulj, all alone to decide for the militaristic future.
On one hand, the military had always benefitted from their independence from much of the bureaucracy that had plagued other sectors of the government, which Ocko had cleared in the years now passed. From that, they were able to procure, to develop, and to advance their own position, and do so with little supervision from the overall leadership. Independence had made the military apolitical, and made them more grounded in reality. What this unfortunately led to, on the other hand of course, was intervention. With Piemontisi having broken such a collection of sacred customs and consensuses, the military lost their position as sacred – the Great Air Race had already began, and with the Overlord now getting involved in the armed forces via Crnković’s intrigue, Kožulj simply wished to keep her matters to herself.
Thus, it was no wonder that when the Defence Head (as the position was informally called) thought of her new doctrine to rule defence policy for the Grand Principality for the far future, it was no wonder that it was to be kept a secret. It was top secret, and for no-one’s eyes, except of the Head’s own choosing. Therefore, it would be the Defence Affairs Secretary to look over them.
“Well, is that going to be feasible?” asked Silvia Vavassori.
“Yes,” answered Bianka Kožulj, firm on her answer. The Defence Head was tall – at close to 190cm, she was the tallest of the cabinet members – and was well-built, being of the health to fight a war if needed, despite her age now approaching 50. Twelve years ago, she was a rising star in the party, and one of the leading members cited to be in line to replace Piemontisi in case harm ever came upon the PCZ leader. Her black hair, unique amongst her family, and a stern gaze completed Kožulj.
The Defence Affairs Secretary, Silvia Vavassori, was of a different origin and look altogether – being of an average height at about 170cm, her brown hair and hazel eyes matched the standard brown & black suit that Vavassori always wore, with a small Italian tricolour pin in its lapel that was defaced with the Arms of Savoy. She was an avid Italian nationalist in a past life, one that had more relevance than expected for her current job, but that was all gone when she worked for the Grand Principality, after Trentino was annexed those years ago. Her determination and tenacity had granted her the job.
“Well, how about you include less tactical bombers in your proposal? We have little in the way of such planes yet, and still you include three groups! Plus, we cannot have too many medium fighter groups, otherwise we will be over capacity, and do remember that we need to order those medium fighters soon – Puch are ready for orders. We need to get those through now! And then, get Steyr working on the bomber, you can ask Crnković to get that through,” suggested Vavassori helpfully. It was critique that Kožulj had asked for, even if not explicitly.
“Please, I have a lot already on my sights. If we can set up another air base along the Danubian coast, that would be good, but that will take a few years. I am surprised that you did not at all comment on those light fighters, the 5-2s – nothing to say about them, Silvia?”
“No no, they are good planes. I was more looking over your naval plans, and they are of concern as well. We have a lot of older ships, but is retiring all of them immediately really a good thing? I say we build another naval base for them too, otherwise we will just lack the room, especially with your plans for yet another carrier. We need 5-2s for that, remember, I am completely fine with the planes being there because you need it. But still, do we need more cruisers as well, the most costly ship, when we could spend a good few resources on training?”
The debate was about focus. The Defence Head was more concerned over the Navy, for it was undergoing some new fitment, with a few destroyers due to be commissioned by the end of the year. Meanwhile, the area that had been just a footnote in Kožulj’s mind, the Air Force, was being scrutinised intensely by Vavassoni, the Secretary picking up the details otherwise missed. The duo were a good fit for each other. And after all that, there was the debate over training, and whether it really mattered too much.
“Even if we can get our soldiers to all be better trained, then it still matters what equipment we have, and what we can get. Developing the local industry is what Piemontisi wants though, and he would be elated to have yet another race to grow his political outreach. It will take long enough that the Romans may surpass us in equipment, and that cannot do.” Kožulj had dealt with the argument before.
So had Vavassoni. “We can just find out equipment; we cannot reverse engineer better training.” It was a good counterpoint. “Besides, you are ignoring money and Crnković, the two main preventors.”
“The first, I can just get whenever, Piemontisi is running a decent surplus anyways. The second though…” The Defence Head had levelled off to dwell on the idea.
“We need to keep it secret. From him. For now. Can we do it forever? Not a chance, not a hope, at least in this world where information seems to flow transparently from every source to the Overlord of all people. We can trust each other, correct?”
“Yep. It is just now do or do not. Let me decide. We can do this, for certain.”
They certainly could.
{DP to Navy Logistics / PDev Construction / Destroyer Construction / Plane Construction}
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2023.05.18 22:16 MarcStrydom From Broke Plumber to Multi-million deal closer.

The worlds financial status tells you that business is meant to be hard, sales are on the decrease, companies are "tightening their belts", the market is saturated, pricing is too cut throat...
These are common statements flowing through the offices and canteens...Flowing through homes and drilling FEAR into families.
Recently I received news of a man that I knew very well that committed suicide. Why did he do this? He got let go from his job...the feeling of failure at the age of 47 with a highly skilled IT degree was to much for him to handle.
So why is this so significant to mention? Because I know that there was a way for him to provide financially for himself and his family with generational wealth.
I have been to rock bottom. A Plumber by trade, With mountains of debt, a business that struggled to make money, a child with down syndrome, hospital bills accumulating almost daily, depressed and in a black pit that seemed to have no way out...So I thought...
However one morning I looked in the mirror and said enough is enough. Today I am going to take control...BIG STATEMENT...sounded good, but straight after the burst of motivation the "worldly" reality hit and a voice in my head said: "This is not going to change anything, you have no other option". My motivation turned to frustration and anger within seconds and a feeling of a 10Ton truck drooped on my shoulders. I went serviced a rare call in from a client which was no more than an hour long job and got home and just sat on couch. Staring at the ceiling holding my head with tears in my eyes saying "what am I going to do". I picked up my laptop and went on recruitment sites looking for jobs. I applied for over 50 jobs and not a single response. Here is a man at 25 years of age and my experience working for a company was ZERO. All I knew from the age of 18 was how to do Plumbing.
What else could I could I do?? Well I had always had a passion for business. I always had a goal of having a successful business, but i had no cooking clue of how to run one properly. I always saw post of these successful multi-millionaires and said "oneday that will be me".
One evening my wife and son were asleep and I grabbed my laptop and started researching business studies. I came across a course for an MBA. I said "THAT IS IT, THAT IS WHAT I AM GOING TO DO!" until I saw the price.... Well that was a solid blow. I could never afford to pay that!
So I started doing free online courses with "Alison". Every evening I did a new course. By day struggling to make a couple of bucks and evenings working 4-8 hours on personal studies. I gained knowledge of Accounting, Finance, Operations, Manufacturing, Marketing and Sales. Finally I finished off on a course with Microsoft Excel which raised my motivation even more! During the day all I could think about was transforming companies but where do I start? I started networking through friends offering free consulting for their businesses and true...PEOPLE LOVE FREE! How did I proposed my new free consulting solution? I asked them "What do you have to lose?" They laughed and said ok go for it... Little did I know I just entering the exciting world of "SELLING" . After a few months and return requests from my free services from companies I came up with a new strategy...what I was doing was providing cost saving solutions for their businesses so how could I monetize this??!! I didnt want to lose the relationship but heck, working for free was not helping. So I my strategy was this. I was going to propose that the deal was what ever I saved the business I would get remunerated 5% of the value saved. Once again little did I know I came up with another selling solution. AND IT WORKED!! I started generating income from costing saving solutions across multiple areas of businesses and multiple industries. I spent less time Plumbing and more time consulting which lead to me closing my Plumbing company and investing 100% of my energy in consulting. However as time moved on and my lack of experience superseded me i started getting less and less work as the work that people required I had no idea how to do it! So back to the drawing board I went, however this time I had a new driving force!
I managed to secure myself a full time job as a Fitment center audit for a company. It was not a terrible job, it just was extremely monotonous with no opportunity for growth. I was grateful however, as the fixed salary covered my monthly overheads to the cent! My position was lower than a Sales Executive however I had something inside I knew the Sales Executives didnt have. My PASSION for success. Without dragging this out to much longer, I started investing more and more in myself with Sales Training courses, Project Managment and Business Managment. Within a 4 year space starting at the bottom (RIGHT AT THE BOTTOM) I was promoted 4 times in 4 years with my final promotion taking over the position of General Manager for the business. By this stage I had extensive knowledge in Sales which lead to my international business travels and securing multi-million dollar contracts.
From a broke Plumber with the highest level of knowledge was fixing a toilet to closing $ 50,000,000 deals.
How did I do this?????
I am going to showing you just how exactly you can achieve this! Irrelevant of you experience, age, financial status. In the upcoming series I will give you insight into how EVERYONE is in sales and how you can achieve generational financial success.
Do you want to succeed irrelevant what people, work colleagues or the news is telling you? I will show you how!
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2023.05.17 02:59 Zekeify Wheel offset

Little bit of context coming into this, street/drift car and I want a square setup (heard it’s good for reducing under steer and helping the rear end kick out). looking at buying Kansei Astros and from the research I’ve done ideally I’d want +22 offset all around but the only offset they come in with the size I want is 18x10.5 +12 and I’m worried about poke particularly in the rear cause in the future once I get an angle kit I’ll be running a solid amount of camber in the front which should help. You guys think I’ll get some poke in the rear w the +12 offset? Im going for super flush fitment in the rear. Ps: yea I’ve looked at the fitment industries gallery
Bonus question: on 18x10.5 +12 I plan on running 245/40 in the rear and either the same in the front or if I want a little more stretch then I’ll go 235/40. Also considering running a lower tread wear tire in the front for extra grip. If any of that sounds silly pls lmk
TLDR: the wheels I want are 18x10.5 +12 unfortunately that’s the only offset available(wanted +22) am I gonna poke?
Edit: plan on running 0 rear camber
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2023.05.14 19:53 Turboninja99 Wheel fitment for a G37 coupe

Quick question, would I have to roll fenders for a 19x9.5 wheel with a +22 offset? These are about 0.5 inches wider than the stock 9" wheel width, and most "no-hassle" fits have been at a +30 to +35 mm offset.
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2023.05.13 22:35 sforzabull KZ BROKE THE MARKET......?

So the hype train has left the station, again. The word on the streets this time is KZ and their new planar offerings. I initially ordered the KZ PR1 Pro after multiple Redditors went to bat for the newly designed "real" planar iem. Here we are, just a few weeks later, and KZ has collaborated with well known reviewer HBB to introduce the KZ X HBB PR2. The PR2 is the 3rd version, I have not listened to the original KZ PR1 Hifi. My initial goal was to get the KZ iems in my hand to see if the hype is legitimate and if KZ did in fact "break the market" with their planar offerings. I was also excited to A/B the KZ's against my current planars, the Letshuoer S12 Pro and the original Timeless. I am not a professional reviewer, I paid for every iem I own, and these are just one guys opinions. So please make sure to do some homework for yourself before purchasing any of the units I mention.
Let's start with the PR1 Pro, I paid $80 for this set. This was also the first KZ iem I have owned. I know everyone is hoping I will use some audiophile words to discuss the sound of these units. Well, there are already tons of reviews from people smarter than me with pretty graphs that are happy to share their impressions. I watch and read those reviews too, I'm just one of you. What I will say is the PR1 Pro has a sound signature and head-stage incredibly similar to the S12 Pro. It's a fun iem with sufficient bass and extended highs. The mids are a tad bit more forward on the PR1 Pro but if I'm being honest, some songs make it difficult to differentiate between the two. I was really hard on the PR1 Pro, I'm not a KZ fanboy and I already loved the S12 Pro's so I was biased going in. I still feel the S12 Pro is a slightly better iem. Both sets can get a little "splashy" in the upper treble but I personally feel like the S12 Pro's can handle the turn of the volume knob a little better. Most of the time I listen between 80 and 85 db's. Every once in a while, like when "that song" comes on, I like to bump up the volume a bit and that's where I feel like the S12 Pro pulls ahead. Ok, now I have to decide if it's worth the difference in cost, I paid $135 for the S12 Pro's. If we're simply discussing the audio performance of both sets then my answer is no, absolutely not. To me there's more to it than that. The S12 Pro's will sit comfortably in my ears for hours, this is important to me. They come with a really nice (maybe a little stiff) modular cable, a decent case, and usable eartips. They are firmly in my current listening rotation and will most likely stay there for the foreseeable future. The PR1 Pro on the other hand does not fit me as well. I can get a good seal with Dekoni tips but they're not comfortable enough to leave in long term. This may not be the case for you, fitment is a funny thing. The cable is decent enough, especially good compared to the PR2 cable. No case is offered, same as with just about every KZ iem I see. If you're on a tight budget then by all means pick up the PR1 Pro instead of the S12 Pro. I did compare all of the iems with Tripowin Zonie cables. I don't believe in cables altering the sound but some do and I wanted this to appear like I gave the KZ every chance possible. The truth is, it didn't need it. Like I said, sound wise these units are extremely close. I did add a cable for $20 so I could run them balanced and I had to add tips at $13 for a good seal. Now the $80 KZ cost $113 for "me" to enjoy it as much as I enjoy the Letshuoer out of the box. This means I'm only looking at a $22 difference, for that I'll take the case and better fitment of the S12 Pro. Makes me wonder what Letshuoer could sell the S12 Pro for if they cut some corners. Either way I don't feel like KZ " broke the market" with the PR1 Pro.
Now let's take a look at the PR2. This is only my 2nd offering from KZ and my first time purchasing a HBB collaboration. Part of me was mad that I just paid $80 for the PR1 Pro and part of me was happy I could pick up the PR2 for less than $50. Really, KZ could have kept the same cable from the PR1 Pro, added the silicone tips while still including all of the foam tips, and left the price where it was. That was my initial thought when the PR2 was released, now that I own it I feel differently. More on that later, for now let's try to discuss the sound of the PR2. The tuning done in collaboration with HBB is a welcome difference from the PR1 Pro. The highs aren't as "splashy" while being more airy with better instrument separation. Unfortunately, just as another Redditor stated today, everything seems to come at a cost. Even though I prefer the tuning of the PR2 I might not recommend it to someone wanting to try a planar for the first time. Every planar iem I own seems to scale up with better amplification but it's almost mandatory with the PR2. My current sources are the EarStudio ES100 MK2, Qudelix 5K, Topping DX3 Pro+, and the SMSL C200. I'm pretty sure every source mentioned has better amplification than most dongles, if I'm overlooking something please let me know. The PR2 does perform well on any of these but really came to life when ran off the C200. I almost felt like I had to find the sweet spot with the ES100 and 5K volume wise. Like they needed the increase in volume to perform but pushing them too hard on those devices would have an inverse effect past a certain level. With the amplification of the C200 the head-stage and technicalities were fantastic, I could adjust the volume at will and the PR2 would just keep singing. It's absolutely amazing that KZ and HBB built an iem that sounds like this for under $50, I don't want to take anything away from what they were able to accomplish. I sat there switching back and forth between the PR2 and the Timeless when I realized I was comparing a sub $50 set to a $220 set. Unfortunately, it took the amplification of the C200 to make this possible. On any of the other sources the 7hz unit simply ran away with it. The 7hz Timeless is still my preferable iem but the fact that I was even comparing the two should speak wonders of the KZ. If you have decent amplification, spend the $50 and have a listen. It may not be for everyone but I am thoroughly impressed. If you're considering your first planar iem, and running it from your phone or Apple dongle (or similar device), and the Letshuoer or 7hz it's out of your budget, pick up the PR1 Pro. This is also my reason why the PR2 didn't "break the market" for sub $50. The fact that it doesn't come with a case, tips aren't the best, and it includes the typical KZ cable are all things you can look past. Not having the needed amplification is another story.
I know this may not be the review everyone was hoping for. I know I didn't use enough audiophile terms to describe the subjective sound I heard. Don't worry, with all of the hype surrounding these iems the reviews will be plentiful. Even if this helps just one person it was worth it for me. I will say this, I have a new found interest for KZ. Hopefully the next set I try (already ordered the KZ D-Fi) is more comfortable for me. Releasing units like this doesn't only give us budget options, it makes the rest of the industry take notice. For that we should thank KZ.
One last thing, in the off chance that someone from KZ reads this, why don't you include a KZ case when I can buy one from AliExpress for under $2.00? Is it due to the increase in packaging size? I don't know about the rest of you but I want some kind of case. Even Xinhs included a case when I purchased 2 sub $15 cables.
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2023.05.12 23:36 Major-Restaurant277 Zpap m92 flashlight mount modification/fitment.

Hey there, I’ve been shopping for a cheap way to mount a flashlight to my zpap m92 without buying a whole ultimak just for the light.
Here are some potential options
I’m not afraid to do some filling and fitment if need be. I am fully aware the first link says not compatible with m85 or m92, but I’m curious if anyone has successfully modded theirs.
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2023.05.11 20:30 2015challengersrt cPP rear shock relocation bracket question: I just got these, going with 4" drop springs. Do I go with same drop shocks, or do these brackets make me need a longer spring?

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2023.05.10 03:36 Forsaken-Peanut-885 Will these wheels fit on my 2016 6MT GTI

I’m looking to switch up the stock look of my gti with some König or Neuspeed wheels but I don’t really understand what all the numbers mean. Rn I’m looking at these from fitment industries and these from Neuspeed.
If someone could explain the sizing it would be much appreciated 💕
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2023.05.09 14:59 Vibinjack The Future Of Web Development: Emerging Trends And Technologies To Watch


Web development is constantly growing, with new technologies and trends always emerging. As a result, web developers need to stay up-to-date with the latest advancements to create cutting-edge websites and applications. Some of the technologies and emerging trends shape the future of web development.

About Web Development:

Web development is the creating and maintenance of websites and web applications. It involves various disciplines, such as programming, graphic design, and content creation.
To learn web development, one can learn the basics of CSS, HTML, and JavaScript. Then, one can explore frameworks and libraries such as React, Angular, and Vue to create more complex applications.
It is the emphasis to keep up with the latest technologies, trends, and trends of web development to stay relevant and competitive. This can be done by attending conferences, following industry leaders on social media, and taking online courses or tutorials.
Practice and hands-on experience are also crucial in learning web development. Building personal projects, contributing to open-source projects, or working on freelance projects can solidify skills and build a portfolio for future job opportunities. If you're looking for comprehensive Web Development Training In Chennai, many reputable institutions and online sources can help you learn the necessary skills.

Emerging Trends And Technologies To Watch:

1. Artificial Intelligence (AI):
Artificial Intelligence has already started to make its mark on the world of web development, and this trend is set in the upcoming years. AI can be used to create customized user experiences, streamline workflows, and automate various tasks. For example, chatbots are becoming increasingly popular on websites, allowing businesses to provide customer support 24/7 without human intervention. AI-powered recommendation engines can also suggest content or products to users based on their preferences and browsing history.
2. Progressive Web Apps:
PWAs are web applications that join the best features of native mobile apps and traditional web pages. They are customized to be fast, reliable, and engaging, with features like push notifications, offline functionality, and home screen shortcuts. PWAs have gained popularity recently as many users access the web on their mobile devices. They can also help to reduce prices by eliminating the need to create separate native apps for different platforms.
3. Voice User Interfaces (VUIs):
Voice user interfaces are becoming increasingly common, thanks partly to the widespread adoption of virtual assistants like Amazon's Alexa and Apple's Siri. VUIs can be integrated into websites and applications, allowing users to interchange with them using natural language. This technology can revolutionize how we interchange with the web, making it more available and appropriate for people with difficulty using traditional interfaces.
4. Single-Page Applications (SPAs):
Single-page applications are web applications that load an HTML page and update the content as the user interacts. SPAs provide a smooth and smooth user experience. The page does not need to be restarted whenever the user snaps on a link or performs an action. They are also faster and more flexible than traditional multi-page applications, as they require fewer server requests.
5. Blockchain Technology:
This is best for its use in cryptocurrencies but has many other potential applications. One of these is in web development, which can be used to make decentralized applications (dApps). dApps are similar to traditional web applications, but they are built on a blockchain network and are more secure, transparent, and resistant to censorship.
6. Motion UI:
Motion UI is a design trend that uses animation and other visual effects to create a more engaging and interactive user experience. This technology can add subtle energies to buttons and other UI elements, create dynamic transitions between pages, and provide feedback to users when they interact with the website or application. Motion UI can help to make a website or application feel more alive and responsive and can also help to guide the user's attention to important elements.
7. Web Assembly (WASM):
Web Assembly is a low-level bytecode format that can be executed in modern web browsers. It allows web developers to write code in languages like C++, Rust, and Go and then compile it to run on the web. This technology is essential to greatly improve the performance of web applications, as it allows them to take supremacy of the full value of the user's device. It can also create complex applications like video editing tools, gaming engines, and scientific simulations.
8. Serverless Architecture:
Serverless architecture is a development model where the cloud provider manages the framework and automatically scales it up or down depending on the demand. This allows the inventor to focus on writing code and not worry about the underlying framework. Serverless architectures are becoming more popular as they offer reduced costs, scalability, and faster time-to-market for applications.
9. Augmented Reality And Virtual Reality:
AR reality and VR technologies have been around for, but they are still in the infancy of web development. However, these technologies have great potential to create immersive and interactive user experiences. For example, a furniture store could use AR to show customers how a piece of fitment would look in their home, or a travel website could use VR to give users a virtual tour of a destination.
10. Cybersecurity:
With more businesses and individuals found on the web to store and transmit sensitive information, cybersecurity is becoming a progressively important consideration for web developers. This will require web developers to stay updated with security technologies and best practices.


The future of web development is an exciting and constantly evolving field. As new technologies and trends emerge, web developers must stay updated with the latest advancements to create cutting-edge websites and applications. We've looked at some of the emerging technologies and trends that will likely shape the future of web development, including AI, PWAs, VUIs, SPAs, blockchain technology, Motion UI, WASM, serverless architecture, AVR, and cybersecurity, by keeping these trends in mind, to create innovative and engaging web experiences for their users. In addition to web development training, consider taking a Digital Marketing Course In Chennai to understand better online marketing strategies and how they can be integrated into your web development projects.
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Im currently looking for a pair of enkei rpf1 wheels and I was just wondering did you guys go to a local shop or did shipping ? I’m leaning on fitment industries but I really don’t want my wheels getting delivered with a scratch anyone experienced shipping ?
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Is this a good wheel and tire set up?
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