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Old 07-22-2013, 07:01 AM   #106
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That's the only one I have of the front
I'd look for some stock or smoked housings. You'll love how much better the light output is on any headlight besides those projectors.
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Old 07-22-2013, 07:02 AM   #107
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Ok so u have a gt cover
I'd try it, worse thing that'll happen is YOU don't like it and can peel it back off

I'm not sure what it'll look like, maybe Andre has done it?
But like I said, he'll If you wanted to put flames on, we might not agree but it's your car, your ultimate opinion is all that counts, is if to you, your car is the *****

I'd atleast try, gotta try everything once

And I'd talk smack bout ur baseball team but my team is having a terrible season, quite embarrassing, I dnt even check the scores anymore this season, if they win I'm pleasantly surprised
yea i have il take a picture today n post it on

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There is a site that sells the brembo rotors for the sn95 for around 300 if I remember correctly.
yea rotor i know man that's not the expensive stuff i want the two piston calipers
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I'd look for some stock or smoked housings. You'll love how much better the light output is on any headlight besides those projectors.
I just can't give up the halos. The light output is awful I just love the look of the headlights
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like many i us here have said to all his own meaning eveyone has there own preferences so u make ur decisions brother

and here's one spoiler less or no


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like many i us here have said to all his own meaning eveyone has there own preferences so u make ur decisions brother

and here's one spoiler less or no
I like that. I think a lot of y'all on here were right; the no spoiler makes it clean and smooth
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I like the spoiler on my car, I think it gives it more edgy, and aggressive look, you take the spoiler off the car, and it looks like any other 2000 era car
Metaphorically speaking that is, I know the Mustang looks a whole lot different

Too many cars run without spoilers, every car other than the mustang that run spoilers, ricers, look bad, I think the spoiler kind of makes us stand out a little bit
I mean let's be honest, how many times do you walk through the parking lot of Walmart, looking for your car, and it's no spoiler no spoiler no spoiler no spoiler
I mean don't get me wrong, certain things don't need spoilers, a Ford focus, a Ford Taurus, Cavalier

But I feel it kind of brings our car together, at least mine has a nice flow with it I think
I mean don't get me wrong on this either, it's your car, I'm a firm believer and it's your car, do what you want to it, if you want to paint flames on your car, paint flames, as long as you, the owner of the car, love your car that's all I care about

Doesn't mean I will like it, but if you're happy I'm happy

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like many i us here have said to all his own meaning eveyone has there own preferences so u make ur decisions brother

and here's one spoiler less or no
Also I feel with that spoiler off, it kind of creates a dead point on the back of the trunk, like from that angle, it just looks like it's missing something on top of the truck, too much space without anything on it
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It's coming along just nice! Still debating wether or not to get a black spoiler
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I like that. I think a lot of y'all on here were right; the no spoiler makes it clean and smooth
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It's coming along just nice! Still debating wether or not to get a black spoiler
Your *** looks sick & I attached a wingless of mine to show off a lil
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I agree^

Your *** looks sick & I attached a wingless of mine to show off a lil
That is absolutely beautiful
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That is absolutely beautiful
Thank you Jonathan
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Thank you Jonathan
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Leave it wingless...no holes lol
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After second coating
Spectacular !!!
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Sorry for all the pictures I just really love it lol. Good transformation?!
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Sorry for all the pictures I just really love it lol. Good transformation?!
Yes!
Awesome! Rims next???
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Yes!
Awesome! Rims next???
Nah I think I'm staying with the chrome. I'm not the biggest fan of the plasti dipped rims
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went wingless again i like it
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Nah I think I'm staying with the chrome. I'm not the biggest fan of the plasti dipped rims
Looks great what ya done
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I think wev made another plasti dip fan
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Less than a week at that!
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Hahaha i joined less than a week ago and now look at me! 😜 You guys are awesome and thanks for the help. Do they make a gloss black plasti dip?
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Hahaha i joined less than a week ago and now look at me! dde1c You guys are awesome and thanks for the help. Do they make a gloss black plasti dip?
No, go get this can called glossifier, it's basically clear coat
It will still peel off but iv heard it flakes more because it hardens also, but will still come off
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No, go get this can called glossifier, it's basically clear coat
It will still peel off but iv heard it flakes more because it hardens also, but will still come off
How durable is your plasti dip? Does it ever peel up or anything?
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it only peals when u want to and yea it lasts trust m
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How durable is your plasti dip? Does it ever peel up or anything?
Very durable, I left my hood for about 3 months, stayed fine, wanted to redo, peeled right off and sprayed again bout 3 months ago again, and all my dip has taken highway speeds, heavy rain, power washers at the car wash(plasti dip attracts dirt so will get dirty) and never came off

I actually had a bird crap on my plasty dip one, had to spray the power washer very close to it to wash the bird crap off, and the plasty dip was perfectly fine
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Is there any good way to keep it clean? Or just wash it a lot?
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personally i used meguaires tire polish n for my wheels i use pledge orange wood oil lol leave beat shine ever
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Is there any good way to keep it clean? Or just wash it a lot?
Wash, I try to wash and wax my car atleast once a month, just to keep up appearances, I was taught by my dad which had alot of muscle cars in his day, to wax and wax, to the point were its so good, you can throw a rag on the hood and it will slide off, because of no imperfections

So as long as you take pride in your car, as in washing your car regularly, you shouldn't have to worry about it, by the month mark, the plasty dip will look a little dirty, but spraying it will clean it up
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How durable is your plasti dip? Does it ever peel up or anything?
dont use car washes lol that use rollers (of course any car guy wouldn't use a car wash like that anyways)

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wax it with a liquid wax then you can wash it like any other part...believe me waxing it makes a world of difference in plasti dip
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dont use car washes lol that use rollers (of course any car guy wouldn't use a car wash like that anyways)

wax it with a liquid wax then you can wash it like any other part...believe me waxing it makes a world of difference in plasti dip
Nooo, I wasn't meaning the automatic wash, self wash, with the power washer and the scrubber brush

No, you definitely don't do an automatic wash on your car, if you cherish it
If it sounded like I use the automatic wash, that's totally my fault, that's wrong I don't use that
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every Sunday i hand wah my car with microfiber towels n sponge using zamiol or wht ever it call i never get it right n every two weeks i wax it n use detailed
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every Sunday i hand wah my car with microfiber towels n sponge using zamiol or wht ever it call i never get it right n every two weeks i wax it n use detailed
I try to wax my car every week, but with the work, sometimes I don't have the time to
Since work can call me at any time and I have to work
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too much wax can be a bad thing too so you may want to hold back on the wax and just use a waterless wash or spray detailer to shine her up.
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