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Old 04-09-2013, 08:40 PM   #1
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You can not go wrong with black bullets. Bullets are the most popular. Powder coated Cobra R's are hot!
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You can not go wrong with black bullets. Bullets are the most popular. Powder coated Cobra R's are hot!
I thought about bullitts but I'm now leaning toward black and chrome fr500s
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This picture swayed my opinion from bullitts to fr500s

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This picture swayed my opinion from bullitts to fr500s
Yes black chrome fr500s look amazing on 99-04 I'm also getting some in the near future
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I thought about bullitts but I'm now leaning toward black and chrome fr500s
If you powder coated the out side of the rim the color of your car that would be sweet!
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This picture swayed my opinion from bullitts to fr500s
Yeah love those rims!
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anything in black chrome would look great
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Old 04-09-2013, 11:19 PM   #11
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I lowered my car 2 inches and my 18s rub when I turn realy sharp, which is not good cause I'm trying to drift my car, but anyway I'm trying to step down to 17s I really want fr500s, but I'm selling my 18 inch American racing rims, black with a chrome lip, my cars the same color as yours and they look really good, you interested?
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I always liked the black saleens. Theres a site that you can put rims on and see wut it looks like before you buy and i cant remember the name
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Old 04-09-2013, 11:28 PM   #13
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I lowered my car 2 inches and my 18s rub when I turn realy sharp, which is not good cause I'm trying to drift my car, but anyway I'm trying to step down to 17s I really want fr500s, but I'm selling my 18 inch American racing rims, black with a chrome lip, my cars the same color as yours and they look really good, you interested?
Those are some nice shoes, but I think I'm going to save for those frs

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I lowered my car 2 inches and my 18s rub when I turn realy sharp, which is not good cause I'm trying to drift my car, but anyway I'm trying to step down to 17s I really want fr500s, but I'm selling my 18 inch American racing rims, black with a chrome lip, my cars the same color as yours and they look really good, you interested?
I went look at your pics, how did you put the fogs on the v6 bumper
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Old 04-09-2013, 11:32 PM   #14
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your v6 bumper has the slots for GT fogs...just cut out the 3 plastic pieces and you're set
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your v6 bumper has the slots for GT fogs...just cut out the 3 plastic pieces and you're set
Nice, what do I have to do as far as wiring and buying things
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you can either buy a harness and switch...wire your fogs to a power source like the ambers (so they turn on when you pull your light switch)...or wire the fogs to a toggle. i went this route due to the fact i needed a good strong wire for my 55w fogs
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you can either buy a harness and switch...wire your fogs to a power source like the ambers (so they turn on when you pull your light switch)...or wire the fogs to a toggle. i went this route due to the fact i needed a good strong wire for my 55w fogs
Thanks man ill end up getting the factory button
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I have aftermarket lights behind the vents because I like the holes beter than 2 big lights in the bumper, I wired it into the headlight harness and spliced it into the running light wire so when you pull the headlight switch half way the running lights and my fogs are on, you pull it all the way and everything is on
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I have aftermarket lights behind the vents because I like the holes beter than 2 big lights in the bumper, I wired it into the headlight harness and spliced it into the running light wire so when you pull the headlight switch half way the running lights and my fogs are on, you pull it all the way and everything is on
How hard was that?
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yeah it's just a power and ground wire for each side...power wire from constant amber wire to fog...and fog ground wire to a good point (i use the headlight ground bolt since it's such a good ground)
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