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Old 04-08-2004, 10:48 PM   #1
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My car goes into the body shop this coming Monday (4-12-2004) and will be out Wednesday (4-14-2004) with the new wing on... stay tuned
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w00t this is what step 2 or 3 of your de-ricing treatment?
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w00t this is what step 2 or 3 of your de-ricing treatment?
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I'll outline the de-ricification that had begun...

#1 -- Repaint interior
#2 -- Get wheels
#3 -- Remove Magnaflow decals (not rice since I own their products... but definately cleaner w/o them)
#4 -- Swap out wing

#5 is most likely gonna be the Roush Stage III front... and #6 is probably (at the moment) going to be a Saleen urethane rear bumper w/o Saleen lettering (and I'll also change the exhaust tips to single chrome outlets). But at the moment, I'm gonna leave it with just #1-4 till I can save up.
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I'll outline the de-ricification that had begun...

#1 -- Repaint interior
#2 -- Get wheels
#3 -- Remove Magnaflow decals (not rice since I own their products... but definately cleaner w/o them)
#4 -- Swap out wing

#5 is most likely gonna be the Roush Stage III front... and #6 is probably (at the moment) going to be a Saleen urethane rear bumper w/o Saleen lettering (and I'll also change the exhaust tips to single chrome outlets). But at the moment, I'm gonna leave it with just #1-4 till I can save up.
Wow you are doing better than I thought...... now you need to get to the part where your car actually can live up to the look
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Old 04-08-2004, 10:58 PM   #6
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Ya... well at this point my parents and I are trying to determine what expenses (other than tuition) I'll need to take care of for college. We're looking at at least 3k for a laptop, and then books for the next four years. In addition, I want to add 5k to that loan for all of this to cover a supercharger for my car. So as far as performance, that's my next upgrade... I'm just waiting on the details.
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Good luck!! Its gonna be sweet!:burnout:
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I thought your kit was fine. Just needed those skirts.
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Old 04-08-2004, 11:25 PM   #9
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I thought your kit was fine. Just needed those skirts.
Thats cause you LIKE rice!!
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I love my kit... don't get me wrong. The only reason I'm changing bumpers is because my fiberglass is falling apart. Fiberglass is definately not good for a daily driver that faces the conditions that I come up against on a frequent basis. Poor car... Fiberglass kits are cheaper and come in more designs... but I need something much more rugid.
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Yeah, good luck with your "de-ricing"
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I think we need to hear a Brother Corey sermon of nature during this most wonderful of times...

Shahrum if you do the Saleen Rear like we discussed yesterday, how about doing a center exhaust setup, kinda like a Bassani setup...would be so kewl!

Just pricey aswell....?
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Ya... a center exhaust would be cool... but too expensive. I'll probably stick with just regular single outlet chrome tips.
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I love my kit... don't get me wrong. The only reason I'm changing bumpers is because my fiberglass is falling apart. Fiberglass is definately not good for a daily driver that faces the conditions that I come up against on a frequent basis. Poor car... Fiberglass kits are cheaper and come in more designs... but I need something much more rugid.
You would think Erebuni would make the kit in urethane wouldn't you?
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