I know many were charging this matter as we promised in the G5 - Rio version , but our friend Gutto preferred to wait a bit for the car out even more beautiful in the picture, after all this G5 is one of the best known throughout Brazil and was already in time to have a special issue in his honor, because those who have the courage to walk in the day to day at this point and fixed, deserves our admiration.
Talking with him a bit I realized that a guy with only 24 has many stories to tell, if to speak here a little of each car that the guy would have had to make many materials. A passion for cars comes from brat, and then to 16 years Fox has walked only with sports springs (What nonsense!! Rs) and rims 17 ", eight years ago that were very hard to see the cars and we can even do comparison as are the rim 20 "today. The next game was a goal "Milzão" original Turbo 112 hp with fixed suspension and rims 17 ", which after some modifications and bars sprang up his cavalry to 235 hp.
Following the new host of the garage was a Golf Gti 2 red doors, chipped, wheel rim 19 "and logical fixed suspension which in the opinion of Gutto was the best car I ever had:" I miss this Golf today, but the queue walk. " He liked it so much Gti line that left for a goal G3 Gti 2.0 Turbo with "only" 480 hp, with more wheel rim 17 "and more fixed suspension. Parati A Track & Field tamped with the VR6 wheel rim 17 "has also passed into his hands. Fox, Gol Turbo, Golf Gti, Gti Gol, Parati, Gol G5, the guy just had VW!!!
Because little of the history of cars Gutto gave notice that the guy in the car is cracked, and very low car!! But let's get to the Gol Trend 2011 1.0 G5. Once you've got the car put rims 17. " Ops rim 17 "??? No ... no ... no! G5 had the honor of having the rims 20 "replica of the Audi S8 that have been customized over time, golden orange and then a fixed suspension kit to make the car even more stylish was installed. The original G5 Silver was enveloped in White Frosted than a year and a half ago was new. But Gutto was not happy with a low G5, rim 20, enveloped in white matte.
Thinking about the rims 20 "gave rise to a set of rim 17" (Look them there again!) TSW Nurburgring painted metallic red shod with 195/40R17 Maxxis tires. But what was the purpose of this change? The goal was to be able to download the car to the extreme and walk with him day by day. With that knocked on the doors of Suspensions Extreme which had already installed the suspension and wheels, and proposed a challenge to friends Tatu, Ralph Beard and Rodriguinho where he wanted to go with the G5 as low as possible.
Engine and Transmission raised, beam rear axle and wheels reworked, at the end another happy customer cash. To enjoy even more the car the sound was assembled with all fondness for the Monster Audio, DVD using Pioneer 2-way 2 Bravox Kits, Modules Stetson 1K5 (Mono) and T400 (Stereo), Kicker L7 Sub (Square), along with a battery Auxiliary Power Strokes to enjoy the sound even with the car off.
Member of Club 272 ° to over 3 years historical passion for modified cars Gutto is quite insightful: "! has to be Low and FIXED", but as he told me this business of Competition Gol G5 + Low World is not with him. "When I started my car, I always thought in my taste and not what others would think or speak, because this is my only car and I use it to go to work, grocery shopping roles with friends and to the meetings of the 272 ° Club at Pacaembu ", noting that the guy lives in Sorocaba, there layout!! The important thing is to draw attention wherever he goes, because I'm sure that many when they see the car for the first time think it's air suspension. We know how it is, it has a close friend who has been there with Corsinha him.
Certainly not to have problems with the police, the car is all egalizado L : suspension, xenon color and therefore have a headache with it ever. The cards are on the table, it's up to you to say what Gol G5 + Down World.
Extreme Suspensions - (15) 3224-2997 - Tatu / Rafa
Monster Audio - (15) 3031-3299 - Katia / Rafael
Text: Adriano CP
Photos / Video: Deivid Duarte