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    Corsa with GSi Snowflakes

    Has anyone ever seen this done? I was planning on getting an astra for a first car and decided maybe a 1.4 Corsa C SRi maybe a better option, but wouldn't mind having a bit of that dream GSi taken with me? Its a risk, so wanting to see photos first or if anyone is a photoshop genius, ideally a black corsa with black snowflakes! Thanks alot everyone!

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    Dont think you will be able to mate.

    The 1.4 SRi is 4 stud. And the Gsi snowflakes are 5 stud.

    The only Corsa C that has 5 stud is the 1.7 unless you changed the hubs etc.

    missing_pilots 1.7 corsa c was on 5 stud vxr's



    My old corsa c was on 4 stud corsa d 17" alloys:

    Astra Mk4 SRi Turbo Blog - Feel free to comment both good or bad.

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    Very easy to do you need hubs from a late 1.7cdti corsa C
    jobs a good one

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    how much would a hub be?

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    would love to see one on sri turbo wheels aswell
    So Far ZLEH, M32, FMIC, Top Hat, CDTi box, Thermobolic intake gasket, De cat, alloy rad, GSi bumper, Coilovers not long off a map now lol

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    there was one on CCUK a while back .. cant remember whos it was was a black CDTI with white snowflakes .. look stunning!

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    silver corsa ...

    http://www.corsa-c.co.uk/forum/showt...Si-s&highlight=

    and if u cant see it in the link




    sexual!!

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    that is so nice, i could generally make love to it... (joking guys.) how much do you think it could be to have the 5 stud hub fitted? and how much to buy one? Thanks alot!

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    i think they are two big for a corsa 16's on a corsa C are perfect
    cant go wrong with SRi wheels

    my old corsa with SRi wheels:




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    I think because they are white they appear to big, whereas if they were black they'd look more fitting! had an idea earlier as well, snowflakes, with Carbon vinyl covering 5 of the 6 spokes? So 5 spokes with Carbon vinyl, one in white? Could look quite unique, but is there another name for doing this? Thanks

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