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Old 02-27-2005
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Rims look great. Planning on doing a retrofit with those projectors?

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you killed the hood by putting on the windsheild sprayers...*shakes head* you could have mounted them somewere else......

they are OEM, where else am i supposed to put them?
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mount them like i did......i'll take pics later but untill then.....on the plasic molding right at the bottom of the windshiled theres more than enought room for them.....just hope you drill'd the holes well enought in the hood to were the CF doesnt start to crack in a spider web pattern..wich i've seen countless amounts of times.....but i have enought confidence in you that you did..... other than that bro....your car does look pritty clean.

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Originally Posted by Down_
mount them like i did......i'll take pics later but untill then.....on the plasic molding right at the bottom of the windshiled theres more than enought room for them.....just hope you drill'd the holes well enought in the hood to were the CF doesnt start to crack in a spider web pattern..wich i've seen countless amounts of times.....but i have enought confidence in you that you did..... other than that bro....your car does look pritty clean.

the washer holes were already pre-drilled from Seibon

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possibly, i noticed that as well.... But most people that have eibach springs have had the same thing happen... I think its just the way they made the springs.

Hrrmm weird. I have Eibach Sportlines too.. but I'm pretty even on my drop. Maybe cuz I have Koni's? My Koni's are on the stock setting tho.. dunno.
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Originally Posted by flotsamm
Hrrmm weird. I have Eibach Sportlines too.. but I'm pretty even on my drop. Maybe cuz I have Koni's? My Koni's are on the stock setting tho.. dunno.

it sat like that sometimes even when i had the stock struts on before the tokicos...

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i was thinking of using Tokico HP's and Eibach Sportlines too.. how much would it cost me for the same set up
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i was thinking of using Tokico HP's and Eibach Sportlines too.. how much would it cost me for the same set up

4 tokico struts will run you about 300 bucks and the springs about 200.

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