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Old 05-17-2013, 06:06 PM   #36
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Looks good, i like it a lot!
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Your car is looking good man, like the rims, gas cap on the back and the vinyl on your fender.

Where did you get the vinyl from. I want it in red for my car. Thank's
thanks! I am pretty close to stopping anything else exterior mods wise. It is going to be too much soon! I got those from American Muscle over a year and a half ago haha.

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I like it! But take some bleach white too the tires..
Thanks!! Is that safe for the powder coat? I've found some stuff online that is and will be ordering that here shortly.

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What exhaust tips do you run?
They are the stock Borla S-Type exhaust ends.
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Old 05-17-2013, 06:22 PM   #37
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thanks! I am pretty close to stopping anything else exterior mods wise. It is going to be too much soon! I got those from American Muscle over a year and a half ago haha.

Thanks!! Is that safe for the powder coat? I've found some stuff online that is and will be ordering that here shortly.

They are the stock Borla S-Type exhaust ends.
I believe so.. I love it on my tires turns them black without being oily and turning brown

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That was a bad picture lol these was taking about 3-4 days after I cleaned themm

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I believe so.. I love it on my tires turns them black without being oily and turning brown

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interesting! yeah those tires look dark. I do love the wet tire shine look though. Looks like non-acidic gels are recommended for powdercoated wheels.
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interesting! yeah those tires look dark. I do love the wet tire shine look though. Looks like non-acidic gels are recommended for powdercoated wheels.
It's more of a cleaner.. I love it idk if its acidic.. :S
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How much of a drop do you have on your car ? Frat and rear
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I doubt he'll reply... Haven't seen him on seen him on here in months, all I know is that he has the H&R springs with the more aggressive drop
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I have a 2013 v6 with rtr's coming soon and I'm just trying to figure out what a good drop would be for it. Something that wouldn't rub and also good for daily drivers but with a nice stance. Btw I'm most likely going with BC , Megan , or d2 coilovers.
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