Ryan Worthington’s Custom Powdercoat Wheel

Do you all remember the vote on Ryan Worth’s custom powder coat for his Audi B7? It was a close battle between the polished wheel and the burnt currant, but in the end the fully polished custom color won out.

Before we get to the finished wheels, let’s take a quick look into the history of Ryan’s car. He first bought the car back in 2009 with 45k miles on the already.  He drove a good amount of 25k with little modification except for a Stage 1 tune. However, he could not keep away from the temptations and after purchasing his first set of wheels, he went all out! After driving for 3 years, the car now sits on D2 coilovers, tuned to stage 2+, and ran through 4 sets of wheels! Adding another wheel to the list, here is the end result!



The fully polished wheel looks amazing on his bagged B7! Check out the full shoot here!

Here is a more complete list of all his modifications he has done to the car:

07 Audi A4 – Brilliant Black – 6MT Quattro Titanium Package

Go:
-Revo Stage 2+
-APR HPFP
-CX Racing FMIC
-APR Carbonio CAI
-RS4 Rear Sway Bar
-JHM Short Shifter
-Podi Boost Gauge
-EuroCode Test Pipe
-Billy Boat Catback Exhaust

Show:
-AirLift Slam Series Bags
-AccuAir E-Level management
-E-code Bi-Xenon headlights with Phil’s v4 LEDs
-Deval CF Splitter (NEW)
-S4 Mirror Caps (NEW)
-B6 S4 Recaro’s front and rear
-RNS-E Navigation
-19×9.5+33 v701s all around (8mm spacer rear)
-225/35/19 Falken 452′s

We can’t wait to see what else Ryan has in store for his B7!

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