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Old 02-25-2007   #31
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Hella nice bro. Lovin those seats. The seatbelts are out of place though lol.
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Just be careful when doing that rolling fenders. Cuz the guy who did mines peeled off the paint so yea just be gentle and do it slowly
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that is by far the most B E A utiful es iv ever seen Congrads on the work and effort
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what paint did you use to paint your carbon fiber hood?
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what paint did you use to paint your carbon fiber hood?
car paint.. taffeta white.. i had them sand the hood down then paint it then clear .. sand untill i has no ridges then clear over like 4 coats i dont remember... the red outline is vinyl
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appreciate the paint info pich...now just gotta find someone who can get mind sanding done right.
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i too k to this guy thats bee doing stuff like this since he was 17 yrs old... he is 58 now.. hes nasty an cheap.. charged me $150 fo the job.. he does it out of his garage... has an oven and everything..lol
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instead of actually rolling the fenders you can always take a di-grinder and grind back the lip. this is what i did to fit in the 225/40/18's. works great and have'nt had a problem with them at all.
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instead of actually rolling the fenders you can always take a di-grinder and grind back the lip. this is what i did to fit in the 225/40/18's. works great and have'nt had a problem with them at all.
idk bro.. i dont like the idea of cutting.. that lip is there to reinforce the wheelwell... if u cut it off and the tire hits omg that **** turns ugly i seen it on mah boys car.. but them again idk if its the same effect with rolling them in
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im not talking cutting anything i am not refering to ausing a cut off wheel, but more of a carbide burr style bit and shave the lip down. it doesnt even have to be completely off just shave enough down as to where it does not rub. this is much easier than rolling the lip under and it does the same thing your not decreasing the structural integrity of the quarter by doing this

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im not talking cutting anything i am not refering to ausing a cut off wheel, but more of a carbide burr style bit and shave the lip down. it doesnt even have to be completely off just shave enough down as to where it does not rub. this is much easier than rolling the lip under and it does the same thing your not decreasing the structural integrity of the quarter by doing this

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i see what u mean and i do have a dremel tool downstairs

ill consider that... what should i use to protect to from rust
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you can tape off anything youd see with masking tape and just use some kills or white primer to cover up the edge that was ground down and prevent rust
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ever thought about going to a black housing projector???
the only reason i say that is becasue the headlights are the only chrome on the car besides the lip on the rim. I think black housings might provide a better contrast
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Yo, that car is sick, seeing that really makes me not want to do anything to my car. Good Job.
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damn, the car looks amazing. Bien hecho pa'
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Looks good man. Damn where'd you get that strut bar at? LOL, jk, i'm glad you like it, i know i did when i owned it. I'm debating on rolling my fenders too. Even though my camber isn't that bad at all, i still want my **** to wear as even as possible.
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Damn BRO looking Great!!! I never post anymore but I'm glad I got to see this keep it up!!
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where u get the hybrid spoiler from..
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