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    Quote Originally Posted by Seventynine View Post
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    Couple pics of the interior and the craftsquare mirrors I just installed.





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    Looks great did you flock the door cards and dash inserts or is it felt or something?

    What did you use to paint the bits too? It was done in my beat when I got it but was all peeling so had to strip it all back sit its just clean original grey again


    TE37s and the seat will really set it off, what colour are you going on the wheels?

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    Quote Originally Posted by C-Rex View Post
    Looks great did you flock the door cards and dash inserts or is it felt or something?

    What did you use to paint the bits too? It was done in my beat when I got it but was all peeling so had to strip it all back sit its just clean original grey again


    TE37s and the seat will really set it off, what colour are you going on the wheels?
    The door cards and dash inserts were wrapped. I bought cheap china suede wraps. They work fine for those pieces cuz they're pretty much flat.

    I took the interior panels to my paint shop to get it done. He said he has to spray a layer of something on the dash first for the paint to stick. Not sure what it is.

    TE37s are gon be chrome copper.
    Should get painted this week.

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    Finally got my suspension installed. The car is significantly sharper. Handles a lot better. It's a little stiff, but very acceptable.
    The car looks even smaller after its lowered.
    Rims will be painted tomorrow and I'll install them Monday.






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    Finally getting there. Couple more things to go and this project is done.






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    It could do with losing those orange side repeaters.

    Like this.

    http://www.u-ukhbc.co.uk/vbb/showthr...&p=365#post365
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_M View Post
    It could do with losing those orange side repeaters.

    Like this.

    http://www.u-ukhbc.co.uk/vbb/showthr...&p=365#post365
    I thought about it, but even if i rid the side markers, the corner lights on the headlights will still be orange. Since I can't rid all the Orange, I decided to just keep it.

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    Looks great on the TE37s!! The decals you put up on them are cool
    Ive been planning on doing my fog lights yellow too and just noticed yours now, Ill be going at it next week when I get to doing exterior work


    And agree with Steve on the repeaters, the clear would be cool!

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    Awesome how it's changed so much you over on Hong Kong proper or Kowloon / Mong Kok way? I usually stay in new territories with family when I go over

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    Did you need to space your front wheels too?

    What are the tire 165/65?

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    Spacers weren't needed. It wasn't rubbing anything. The tire size is 165/55/14

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    that looks brilliant! love the ducktail spoiler.

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    It's a Mugen spoiler. I love it to. It goes well with the car. I have a spare one if you're interested.

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    Couple pics of the cusco suspension. Only height adjustable. You can't adjust the stiffness, but it's pretty good. Stiff enough, but not too much.






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    I recently bought a new bumper from yahoojp, I wonder who makes it?




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    looks like an automac one Bob just been looking for some more parts and saw one listed as automac like that

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