Why So Serious? </br>A Bagged R8 Built To Incite
Joy Of Machine

Do you ever think that sometimes people take cars a little bit too seriously? I’m not talking about elite level motorsport where lives are on the line, but rather your typical car guy, like you or I. I can only speak for myself, but the main thing I aim to take away from my love of cars is enjoyment.

Enjoyment is completely subjective of course, but it’s something that I hope a lot of you can relate to. I mean, otherwise, what’s the point? If you were to examine what we do objectively, it would never make any sense. Spending huge amounts of money and countless hours working on our cars to build them just how we like them, only to likely sell them eventually and start all over again from scratch.

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It’s difficult enough to have to explain ourselves to non-car people, I can’t even begin to think how it all looks to an outsider. “You spent how much on wheels? Were the old ones broken? They weren’t?!” But, I don’t expect them to get it like you or I do.

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The big issue for me is when you have to defend yourself, against your own kind.

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Because quite honestly, these are the people who you would most expect to ‘get it’ and to understand you. I mean, you don’t even have to like something else, but the very least you can do is respect that everyone has different tastes and will go about things in different ways. Would you start shouting abuse at a kid walking down the street because he’s wearing DC Shoes instead of your preferred Nike Air Max? Of course you wouldn’t.

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Unfortunately because of the anonymity offered by the internet, certain groups of people feel the need to make themselves feel better by putting down others. Sometimes it’s in a predictable and often boring manner, but other times with such vitriol and venom that it makes me wonder have these people ever been outside. I’ve read comments before wishing death and serious harm upon people, just because someone has followed their own ideas and built something that they love.

Fair enough, these sort of hate-filled rants are more a reflection of those who spew them rather than those that they are aimed at. But, are we all sometimes guilty of taking things too seriously?

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Brian Henderson is a man who is no stranger to these pages. Being the co-founder and driving force behind Rotiform, he’s certainly familiar with the car scene and how it all works. But rather then being the out-of-touch business man in a suit, trying to keep up with trends, Brian has been busy for the last few years setting them. It’s because of Brian’s love for cars that his business and the Rotiform brand exists.

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An event that Brian deems to be one of the most important on the calendar is the annual Wörthersee Treffen in Austria. For the last few years, Brian has always unveiled a new build on the streets of the sleepy Austrian lakeside resort, and every year – without fail – he stirs a conversation. From his 964 to last year’s twin art car inspired E36s, his cars are always worth taking a closer look at.

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When I first spotted the R8 casually cruising around Velden am Wörthersee, there was no mistaking who the car could have belonged to. Having had the chance to sit down with Brian and talk about the build, I felt there was a certain amount of tongue in cheek when it came to the final build.

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But first, let’s start with the base car.

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Since the introduction of the V10 R8, prices of the V8 model have slowly been coming down. I’ve always felt that the standard R8 was missing something in stock spec, but that’s not to say that they don’t have a lot going right for them.

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Even in factory V8 form, the 4.2-litre FSI makes around 414hp, which is quite honestly plenty of performance. I think we’ve been spoiled a lot in recent years with supercars and hypercars embroiled in all-out horsepower wars, that we sometimes forget that you don’t need 1000hp to be put a smile on your face.

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Still, the modern VW Group engines are incredibly tune-able. With simple modifications such as a custom intake and exhaust, followed by some ECU tuning, Brian has been able to extract another 60 horsepower from the Audi’s mid-mounted V8 without huge investment or adverse risk to the engine’s reliability.

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With power figures currently at around 475hp and 400lb-ft in a package that weighs 1475kg, that’s enough performance by anyone’s standards – especially for a street car.

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However, this isn’t a car that’s about outright performance. It wasn’t built for track days or for breaking lap records on the Nordschleife, although I’m sure it would surprise a doubter or two if given the chance. It’s car built to be enjoyed. It’s a car built to grab attention and it’s a car built to put a smile on people’s faces.

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This is something that it has no difficulty in achieving.

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I’ve seen many people dismiss this car online as ‘just’ an R8 with a wrap, bags and wheels (as if that would be a bad thing). What these people have failed to notice is that the only original panels remaining on the car are the doors and roof, such is the extent of the transformation the car has undergone.

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The car has been converted to a full wide-body with Prior Designs’ own GT850 wide-body kit. This is comprised of everything from front and rear bumpers, side skirts, splitter, diffuser, quarter panels, front fenders and hood in a fibreglass/Duraflex composite.

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Even the wrap itself hasn’t just been copied and pasted onto the car either. Brian had originally planned on running the Boss M1 inspired livery on an A6 Avant, but when the opportunity came up to use it on the R8 he wasn’t going to say no. However, the livery required modification to help it flow better with the R8s curves, something I think has been dealt with quite well.

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Abbreviating Rotiform to mimic the Boss logo and adapting the tagline to ‘car fashion’ was always going to get under people’s skin. Brian simply laughs it off, stating that it’s just in the name of fun. There’s a part of me that still thinks that it’s a smile and a wink towards the trolls and keyboard warriors of the world wide web.

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Aggressive wheel fitment and the use of airbags continues to be a source of irritation for some. Speaking from a personal point of view, I’m much happier to see a car with aggressive stance on air these days, than a static setup. It just means there’s less sacrifice – if any – in the overall performance and experience of the vehicle.

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It might seem strange for some to see the words ‘air’ and ‘performance’ in the same sentence, but with the rapid evolution of technologies, it’s going to become even more prevalent in the coming years. This R8 is running a HP Drivetech Clubsport kit, which is based on Bilstein adjustable Clubsport dampers with AccuAir’s e-Level management system.

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The R8 was never going to wear anything else but Rotiform’s own stock, and the 20-inch CCVs are 9.5-inch wide at the front and 13-inch wide at the rear. Their full-faced design with a slight twist are reminiscent of iconic ’80s race car wheels with their turbo fans to aid brake cooling. A retro style on a futuristic body.

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Again, there was no need to reinvent the wheel as such and Brian has made a good decision in retaining all that was good on the R8. The only interior modification is a pair of custom embroidered Cobra seats and the controller for the aforementioned AccuAir management system.

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There’s a very simple idea behind this car, but in true VW scene fashion, it’s a much more difficult thing to pull off than it may first appear. There’s a lot of thought and consideration behind the details – things that would easily go unnoticed if you choose to overlook them.

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If this doesn’t appeal to you – and I know that it’s going to split opinions – then that’s fine. It really is. Just don’t be that guy who has to take sh*t on someone else’s pride and joy so they can feel better about themselves. Instead, why not turn that negative energy into positive energy and make something useful with it. Get out into your garage or driveway and build something which you deem to be better.

Ultimately, it all comes down to that feeling when you slide behind the wheel, turn the key and leave the world behind. If you can do this, and do it with a smile on your face with the knowledge that you’ve done this for you and no one else, then you’ve done the right thing in my book.

When Brian fires the R8 up, I’m sure the last thing on his mind is what someone on the internet thinks about his car. And rightly so.

Paddy McGrath
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paddy@speedhunters.com

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1

On a livery front... why isn't this a proper racing team...?!?!

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On a livery front... why isn't this a proper racing team...?!?!

3

I for one can take no issue with this beautiful car.  It has 111 hp look at the hood!

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I for one can take no issue with this beautiful car.  It has 111 hp look at the hood!

5

I for one can take no issue with this beautiful car.  It has 111 hp look at the hood!

6

Am I the only one who feels like the staff of speedhunters constantly has to defend these bagged cars...or worse, try to convince us to accept them by way of a long diatribe (intro) about car culture and open mindedness?
These articles would be much more enjoyable if you would use those precious paragraphs to tell us more about the car and its owner.

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I love love LOVE those wheels.  Yum yum

8

@Bae Some of that preamble helped setup the story about the owner.

There is a constant theme here though, not just about accepting bagged cars.... but about being open minded about all types and styles of car culture and modification. It pops up in many different areas, and is a mindset I'm firmly behind.

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Hellafunctional

What a stupid article. Headline is "...built to incite." Then goes on to complain about people who don't like what was done? So to review, because I'm not sure you get it: the intent is to incite (provoke), people react negatively due to said provocation, then you vilify those you provoked? Yeah... WE are the haters right?

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Hellafunctional

What a stupid article. Headline is "...built to incite." Then goes on to complain about people who don't like what was done? So to review, because I'm not sure you get it: the intent is to incite (provoke), people react negatively due to said provocation, then you vilify those you provoked? Yeah... WE are the haters right?

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stupid

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stupid

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turbo BEAMS ae86

type all u like...still i will cry when i see this type of ride

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turbo BEAMS ae86

type all u like...still i will cry when i see this type of ride

15

Please, please, please,.... some pictures from underneath.

16

Nice wheels. Stupid height.

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Nice wheels. Stupid height.

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Incorrect. The story of the owner (apparently from reading chapters 2 and 3) is that of a guy who owns a wheel company and builds high profile VW related builds to attract clientele. I didn't need to read through the entire first chapter (which was a blog about why we should be open minded about air suspension and be more accepting of car culture at large) to come to that conclusion. Chapter 1 added nothing to this feature.
I am open minded about cars...but I don't need to be reminded of that every time I want to relax and read about a feature car. Instead, I would prefer more details about the freaking car....perhaps more details about the bolt ons and performance gains of the NA Audi V8 (for example).
Cliffs notes to speedhunters staff:
You don't have to convince me to like [insert subgendre of car tuning culture] every time I click on a feature.

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"" It wasn’t built for track days"" WHY THE HELL NOT?. If I owned this beautiful car that's the first place it would go.  People hate on cars this low, but the fastest cars in existence, Indy and Formula 1 are also this low. With the new high tech I'm sure you could drive this on the street to the track and then lower it and drive around the track at a full on race car height. The good looks is just a bonus.

Speedhunters is slacking though. How many pics here and not a single underhood shot much less a coveted suspension / underneath shot? And there's some other online mags that are doing really good journo driver vids where they actually get on the throttle. Still pics are nice but motion and sound are nicer. Sure you have a owner supplied vid here, but how about one where you put this thing through it's paces, you have affiliated race drivers, what's the hold up?  Speedhunters needs to step up it's game.

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"" It wasn’t built for track days"" WHY THE HELL NOT?. If I owned this beautiful car that's the first place it would go.  People hate on cars this low, but the fastest cars in existence, Indy and Formula 1 are also this low. With the new high tech I'm sure you could drive this on the street to the track and then lower it and drive around the track at a full on race car height. The good looks is just a bonus.

Speedhunters is slacking though. How many pics here and not a single underhood shot much less a coveted suspension / underneath shot? And there's some other online mags that are doing really good journo driver vids where they actually get on the throttle. Still pics are nice but motion and sound are nicer. Sure you have a owner supplied vid here, but how about one where you put this thing through it's paces, you have affiliated race drivers, what's the hold up?  Speedhunters needs to step up it's game.

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I guess i'm the only one that doesn't really read the articles i kindof just skim through and see whats what on the car or just scroll down to the bottom for specs and comments(mainly cause its funny to read how butt hurt people get over something they have no control over) everything else is just white noise,I dont visit this site for the authors literary skill i just like looking at cars.nice car though i think its great that these things are becoming more obtainable and modifiable and it looks great. the only thing that bothered me in the article was ", I’m much happier to see a car with aggressive stance on air these
days, than a static setup. It just means there’s less sacrifice" i think modifying a vehicle of any kind require some sort of sacrifice and if you aren't willing then you have no passion or you've learned your lesson and you just want the brownie points and thats fine i guess. rambling thoughts over, nice wheels cool fenders and gnarly livery could do with out he bitching but ahh you gotta do what you gotta do to get people interested

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I guess i'm the only one that doesn't really read the articles i kindof just skim through and see whats what on the car or just scroll down to the bottom for specs and comments(mainly cause its funny to read how butt hurt people get over something they have no control over) everything else is just white noise,I dont visit this site for the authors literary skill i just like looking at cars.nice car though i think its great that these things are becoming more obtainable and modifiable and it looks great. the only thing that bothered me in the article was ", I’m much happier to see a car with aggressive stance on air these
days, than a static setup. It just means there’s less sacrifice" i think modifying a vehicle of any kind require some sort of sacrifice and if you aren't willing then you have no passion or you've learned your lesson and you just want the brownie points and thats fine i guess. rambling thoughts over, nice wheels cool fenders and gnarly livery could do with out he bitching but ahh you gotta do what you gotta do to get people interested

23

I can already hear purists screaming over the computer screen. Beautiful selection of M1 livery - not every stance cars can be attractive as much as this IMO.

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I think anything over 300 hp is excess on anything but a track car so what it comes with is plenty of awesome. The wideboby and livery look sick and 13 in the rear. Dang!

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Chris 'Haffy' Hafner

I'd have it, without the wrap because just imagine this with some nice paint.
Also the name of the story, 'Built to incite'. Yes it will, typical haters will be haters. But why spend half the story complaining about haters when the title says go for it?

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MichaelNicholls

How about this for a story then - Honda City Turbo II Racer Bulldog – After
several months I’ve managed to track down & finally spoken with the owner of more
than likely now the *only* existing moulds of this WideBody kit left in the
world – who also owns a half-built Turbo II he planned to run as a track car –
with this kit on it – And his mate who owns the Only installed Widebody Replica here in
Australia – with a complete custom engine swap. Basically 2 guys with very Rare
very Interesting project cars, that back in the day went to Japan in person to
track down an original car & get their hands on a kit etc etc, that deserve to be written about & have
their cars shown. In my opinion at least…Speedhunters
you keen?

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I will admit that I was one of those people that thought it just had a wrap, wheels, and drop on air. Honestly, I couldn't even tell there was a widebody until it was mentioned in this article. Its a very, very well executed build overall and I'm not into the bags and stance thing. The one thing I don't agree with though it the title. "Built to Incite" makes it seem like the whole purpose of the car was to make something to start arguments when, based on what I took from the article, its just the product of one man's vision for an R8 build and what other people feel about this build is not his concern.

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Well, you are hating... or is that crying?

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Well, you are hating... or is that crying?

30

I respect the work - i really do. Yet the M1 wore the Boss stripes much better than this car. Something to do with straight body lines. The car itself is great, the warped stripes just make it wonky. 
You're saying people hate so much on airbags, maybe that comes from hundreds of pictures of static cars with the floorpan on the ground. Why not include a few still pictures of a bagged car in a reasonable drive height? I personally don't like that overly slammed stance, which would change seeing the car (standing still) in a driving configuration. Because in the end it's all about driving a car.

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bluestreaksti The V8 models are slowly coming into the realms of affordability for a lot of us. In my home country, you can buy a used R8 for the price of a new S3, or thereabouts.

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@Bae I think you raise a valid point and criticism, it's something I'll take on board in the future. I've had so many experiences in the past where I've felt that I've needed to defend cars that I try to cut off some of the - inaccurate - criticism before it actually happens. 

You make your point very well.

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loslogo It's height adjustable...

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@Hellafunctional I think you've mis-interpreted what I was saying, whether on purpose or not, I'm not sure. It's not my intention to vilify anyone, rather it's a criticism of all of us that we sometimes take things too seriously. I know I'm guilty of it at times.

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Chri5 Duncan You absolutely could track it, no issue. I'm just saying that Brian didn't build this particular car for track use. 

There's not really much to see under the hood, such is the way that a lot of modern cars are packaged now. Have you seen the engine bay on a 991 GT3 RS for example? 

Regards the rest of your criticism, there are so many factors that don't allow us to drive other people's cars at times. Insurance is probably the big one, my own insurance would only cover me to drive the R8 if the car was Irish owned and registered. Secondly, Wörthersee is neither the time or place to put a car through its paces. It would be highly irresponsible to do so as not only would it be dangerous but also puts the event at risk in future if something was to go wrong or you were to upset the wrong resident. There's a time and a place for everything. This wasn't one of them. 

We have just introduced video features quite recently, and it's something we hope to do more of in the coming months. We don't just want to do something for the sake of doing it, it has to be done well if that makes sense. 

I hope that answers some of your questions, we do appreciate you taking the time to air your grievances. It's what keeps us on our toes.

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BigTmoneyD Yup, anyone who thinks 300HP isn't enough for the road either doesn't drive or is maybe short a few brain cells :D

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@hahahahaha It's personal preference right? I've done the whole low car and scrape on everything in the past and it just became tiresome. Maybe it's me getting old, but I'd certainly prefer to be able to air up over an obstacle now and still keep a low driving height.

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Chris 'Haffy' Hafner I'm definitely having second thoughts about the title, if I'm honest and having read everyone's feedback.

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MichaelNicholls I think you should submit this through the proper channels or else it's at risk of getting lost in the comments. Very, very cool. 

(I'm away from the office so can't think what the correct e-mail is off the top of my head!)

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tunerguy21 As I've said below, I think the title wasn't the right one. Definitely my mistake on that one.

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flyingjolly I think they've adapted the livery quite well, although you'll need to pull up a picture of the M1 to see where they've made changes. I do quite like it, but any full wrap is always going to be polarising. 

I did include some driving shots, it's something I think I need to do more of in the future. Appreciate the feedback!

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JakWhite Well, it was at one point :)

43

I love a bit of Indian food as much as the next man but I'm not so sure I like it so much that I feel the need to emblazon the name of my favourite Indian flat bread across the doors of my car...

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I love a bit of Indian food as much as the next man but I'm not so sure I like it so much that I feel the need to emblazon the name of my favourite Indian flat bread across the doors of my car...

45

Hey Paddy, I hear you on this one; personally I've not been a fan of air because of the poor ride quality reputation, so I understand that there's often a need to defend it...but from your description it seems that this is not a conventional bag setup?

I'd be dead keen to see some shots of the strut itself, and a bit more technical info on WHY these new air kits should not be considered the same as the old  - personally, I would only even consider an air setup if it was in the form of an active helper spring (could actually be hydraulic) - but maybe seeing what sort of solutions are out there would help convince guys like me?

Cool car, and nice photos as usual!

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MichaelNicholls

Thanks Paddy. I've looked for an email but could only find Twitter based links. If you can suggest a email that'd be Great. Btw Love the Audi, mostly the Wheels. They need to bring back the 80's Aero Discs :)

47

Stop writing articles about splitting opinions, keyboard warriors, and troll trolling. This has got to be the millionth article I've read about being cool in the scene. 

Write about the car more. Sorry for being negative.

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just give up already, internet comments are the low of the present, like you should take any of the people you've never talked to in person serious? I so often want to become a hermit when I read some youtube comments...

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I must admit i've seen a few photos of this car and not really looked past it having the wrap and a drop...i've got a much better appreciation for it having read the article. We use cars to express our personal tastes, interests and inspirations, and he's taken an iconic livery and applied it to his road car for no other reason than he likes it. No matter what the subject, whether I'm a 'fan' or not, Speedhunters articles always give me a new appreciation for what people are doing and make me want to get on with a car build myself...

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Gianluca FairladyZ

Brothers Seferi ( BS Carstyling ) R8 still more killer than that one.......................

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Paddy McGrath great to see you react to feedback . Your driving shots were the main reason why i thought "it actually does look good when it's not that slammed". It doesn't have to be mainly non-slammed pictures, but i think a lot more people would appreciate these bagges cars when they saw what it actually looks like with a bit of useable ride height.

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Gianluca FairladyZ The BSC car is awesome too!

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Gianluca FairladyZ The BSC car is awesome too!

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jdmRob I'm old fashioned, if someone is going to direct something at me in a mature manner, the least they deserve is a response. Trolling is trolling and I just leave those alone, as you can't argue with that.

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ChrisBurnham I'm glad to read that!

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Jobby That definitely came up in conversation :)

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CoreyKononchuk

I'm glad he doesn't care what I think, because I think it looks stupid LOL. Can't please everybody all the time, I suppose!

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CoreyKononchuk

I'm glad he doesn't care what I think, because I think it looks stupid LOL. Can't please everybody all the time, I suppose!

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Why have a comments section if I am only allowed to like everything?
What about if the mods are only visual? For example if someone put wheels, decals and slammed it.
What if they then have it featured on a website so the world can see it?
You can't put on an art show and then tell people not to judge. And a car only made to look at is a bit of art.
I don't hate this car but Ill keep the right to thanks.

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Paddy McGrath Maybe not grievances, just preferences. I build cars with the emphasis on the chassis, so I like to see how it's built underneath. Like how did they do the air suspension?  Plus a lot of times those plastic engine covers pop off in about 2 seconds. I bet if you asked the owner he would be glad to. That's another preference, or maybe even a grievance, plastic covers, uggg. This engine is too ugly for people that don't know what they are looking at, let's add some plastic covers for the people that barely even ever open their hood anyway.

I know what you mean about doing something right or not at all. I'm sure it takes a while to develop good video and editing skills. I have seen a few more vids and appreciate that.

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rook56  I think you just proved the point of the article though. Why should you "hate" anybody else's car? Sure you may think its stupid and you would never do it. Nothing wrong with that at all. Or you think the general idea is good but it need some changes-- constructive criticism. But hate is a strong word and a strong feeling, why put that much emotion into somebody else's car?

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Paddy McGrath bluestreaksti  So in the US we're either paying way too little for S3's or way too much for used R8's because they are a solid 30-40 grand apart here. If its the latter I am completely envious.

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Hate is a strong word I admit, especially on the internet. And generally I don't hate cars even if I would do things differently. Esp. if it used for getting around, racing etc.
That said, many cars featured on here are artwork (ie. Its primary purpose is to be looked at, not driven). In that case, it might evoke an emotion, and imo it is reasonable to express it in the comments.
I take your point though.

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whether you like it or not this car is winning its game. big time. the project's main purpose is to gather attention for the brand, any kind of comments (positive/negative) will simply bring it closer to its goal; that is, to have people talk about it. the more it's talked about, the more people will remember the name Roti.
being featured at Speedhunters simply gave the epic finishing touch. 
great job Rotiform. smart Brian. can't wait for next year's project to unveil.

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whether you like it or not this car is winning its game. big time. the project's main purpose is to gather attention for the brand, any kind of comments (positive/negative) will simply bring it closer to its goal; that is, to have people talk about it. the more it's talked about, the more people will remember the name Roti.
being featured at Speedhunters simply gave the epic finishing touch. 
great job Rotiform. smart Brian. can't wait for next year's project to unveil.

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Love it!!

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Love it!!

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if not for the rear quarter shots, the widebody wouldn't be that obvious, just the way i like it.  must be the lines on the graphics :)

to each his own, some of us will hate this car while some may sit on the fence and some may love it.  as for me...i'm close to jumping off the fence.  just give me a less-flashy wheel set heheh

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"it all comes down to that feeling when you slide behind the wheel, turn the key and leave the world behind"
so all this money and it still has a turn key?

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"it all comes down to that feeling when you slide behind the wheel, turn the key and leave the world behind"
so all this money and it still has a turn key?

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I still can't get over how memorizing this car is to me. I've been admiring it for quite some time now and I still can't find a single detail that I'd like to change (and I'm all about personalization). Just epic and thank you Brian for the inspiration.

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the car was very good 
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