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Old 06-20-2011, 12:33 PM   #1
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They are here!!!

My CDC chin spoiler, raxiom black headlight and tail light covers, black Billet upper and lower grilles, and headlight splitters are here! Gonna put em on and post pics within the next couple of days
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Old 06-20-2011, 12:39 PM   #2
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Re: They are here!!!

If you dont mind my asking where did you find the black billet grills? I have been looking and havent found any i like so far.
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I got mine at American muscle for my 07. Like 160 if I remember right for upper and lower...
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Thanks! Look forward to seeing pics!
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Awesome it is always a nice day to see ups drive down the street with ur package lol i cnt wait to see pics.
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My CDC chin spoiler, raxiom black headlight and tail light covers, black Billet upper and lower grilles, and headlight splitters are here! Gonna put em on and post pics within the next couple of days
Nice!! Can't wait to see.
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Awesome it is always a nice day to see ups drive down the street with ur package lol i cnt wait to see pics.
I care not to see anyone driving down the street with my package. That means my ole lady took it out of her purse and shipped it to someone on loan..

Lookin' forward to some pictures as I was looking' to install the grill with hidden fog lights.
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So I put the head and tail covers on (that's pretty much all I had time for) and then tried to put on my splitters overthe headlight covers. There is too much gap between the post and the splitters, so I'm gonna have to sand the splitters so they fit flush with the post.
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So I put the head and tail covers on (that's pretty much all I had time for) and then tried to put on my splitters overthe headlight covers. There is too much gap between the post and the splitters, so I'm gonna have to sand the splitters so they fit flush with the post.
Post some pictures when your'e done with this.
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So is this for a 2007?
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Re: They are here!!!

Where are the pics!?!?!?!

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They aren't on yet. Havent had time... Sorry
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My 14 year old son did most of this... Still gotta put the splitters on tho...
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Excuse my dirty car in those pics ^
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I like the emblem please explain how you did that (rear emblem)
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Taped it off, painted the WHOLE emblem, waited it to dry. Then get something sharp and separate the inside from the outside, and peel of only the inside. Make sure not to peel any off the chrome part.
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So you taped off the car, so no paint would get on it.
Ten you popped the middle piece put with the horse logo and painted the entire thing and then slapped it back together? The step about peeling confused me alittle sorry I just think I would try this looks awesome
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Here's what my emblem currently looks like but I plan on taking the boss logo off it.
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Nonononono lol. No prying involved... I explained it better in the "plastic dipped wheels" thread
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Okay I'll look into it of I can't figure it out from there you can expect a PM might have to give you a call so I can comprehend it well haha Whats your next project
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Here's what my emblem currently looks like but I plan on taking the boss logo off it.
If there was ever any doubt about you owning that car, your license plate just solidified everything.
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If there was ever any doubt about you owning that car, your license plate just solidified everything.
Haha well thank you! I think that's how I should reply.. Haha Dubya is my first initial "W" but noone really pronounces it doubleyou it's usually more along the lines of Dubya so that's a fun fact for ya
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Okay I'll look into it of I can't figure it out from there you can expect a PM might have to give you a call so I can comprehend it well haha Whats your next project
Hopefully exaust and wheels when I get the funds
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Hopefully exaust and wheels when I get the funds
I think your car needs itself some decals I really like the car it looks good I love flat black accents! Take your rims off and paint them for now until you can afford others that's what I did it's gunna have yo hold me over till I can get others
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Oh wow my bad didn't see that you actually had decals scratch that
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That looks sick! How much should it cost to get my rims painted? Or is it better to powdercoat?
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I'm not sure about power-coating I seriously just used flat black spray paint and red boat paint and I live in a rain forest did it about six months ago and I haven't had any issues whatsoever.. Just a thought so total probably maybe like 15-20 bucks you want to clear coat it afterwards
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The hardest part was taping them off but totally worth it! I thought rims where my #1 priority and after painting then it's not so high up there it is just going to hold me off till I can afford other wise! Another idea is look into Plasti Dip in a spay can if you don't like how it turned out you can just peel it odd like dead skin.. 
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Yeah, I did my emblems with plasti dip. It seems sketchy for the whole wheel
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I've seen threads of where people used them on their rims but anywho go for it with spray paint 
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You just need to upgrade the rims! I suggest black bullitts... Always a guaranteed awesome look
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You just need to upgrade the rims! I suggest black bullitts... Always a guaranteed awesome look
Yeah.. You must have missed the part where we said for the "time being" due to lack of funds.. I'm pretty positive it's a given that if you can afford nice rims to get them over spray painted stock wheels....
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