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Old 06-10-2013, 01:07 AM   #1
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What else should I do to it?

It's summer time and I'm working more, which means I have a little more cash to spend. I need some more ideas on what else I should do to it. Here's a list of what I've done/had already:
-Mach 1 Grill delete
-Sequential Tail light kit
-Cue ball shifter
-plasti dipped rims
-Mach 1000 bass system

What else should I do to it? (Cosmetic wise)
I've already made an appointment to tint next week. Thanks!
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Tint windows, tails and headlights, lower it, shorty antenna, mach lip, bumper inserts
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What i was goin to suggest was already said^

I was going to say lower tint lights along with windows
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You can also paint calipers
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You can also paint calipers
+1 I need to paint my calipers too.
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You can also paint calipers
Should I buy the actual caliper covers? Or how do you paint them? With plasti dip?

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What i was goin to suggest was already said^

I was going to say lower tint lights along with windows
What percent tint do you have on your car?
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Build up some money to loose those wheels. Buy a nice set and lower it, itwill change your look the most.
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Build up some money to loose those wheels. Buy a nice set and lower it, itwill change your look the most.
Yeah I agree, I've been looking at these ones.
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Should I buy the actual caliper covers? Or how do you paint them? With plasti dip?

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What percent tint do you have on your car?
No don't buy the covers, buy caliper paint or high temp enamel, clean up the caliper and cover the rest up and paint
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No don't buy the covers, buy caliper paint or high temp enamel, clean up the caliper and cover the rest up and paint
Sounds good, do I find caliper paint at the local hardware store? Home Depot, Lowe's etc.
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Yea you can probably find it at those places or like auto zone or oreilys
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Yeah I agree, I've been looking at these ones.
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Should I buy the actual caliper covers? Or how do you paint them? With plasti dip?

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What percent tint do you have on your car?
20%
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20%
I was wanting to do 20% but here in Colorado the darkest I can legally go is 30%.
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Then 20% it is!!!
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Usually isnt a big deal. But if it will bother you do 30
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Usually isnt a big deal. But if it will bother you do 30
I won't bother me.. Parker cops are just jerks and pull people over for the stupidest reasons cause they have nothing better to do. I got pulled over the other night because " they couldn't see my temp tags in my back window because it was cold out "
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Texas is 25% on the front and you can have 20 layers of 2.5% on the back if you want
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