Here it is with half the wheels and tires done so you can decide for yourself which you like. The other shot is the afm cold air induction. Great instructions! If you can change the filter on the current unit as well as use a screwdiver with a couple of different tips, you can do this. There were a couple of things they left unsaid to some extent. Put the stock bolt back in the front air tunnel that connected to the stock airbox. Put a nut at the bottom of the new vertical black sheet metal where the rubber piece was under the stock unit. Also, clean the area that becomes your new twice as big air cavity. It erased any hesitation or stuttering at idle or under braking. Sounds good inside the car too. It seems more responsive and quicker to accelerate. On the wheels, I had to clean the hubs and calipers since they now show. I used wheel cleaner and Never Dull. There is a place on the way to work that advertises painting calipers. I may drop it off to make those look better. No Brembo red,just gloss black.