looks great man
this thing is so good.
Thanks guys :approve::jawDrop: Dead on fitment, just perfect :approve:
that looks so good, man. worth the wait, IMO haha
edit: just me; instead of dropping the front, pull up the rear to match 1/2" or so...
I'd raise the rear instead of lowering the front....
I don't know that it was worth the wait... I mean, I missed basically every event I was planning on attending already lol.that side profile shot really shows how good these wheels look on your car! Personally I don't think it needs to be any lower and I would agree with raising the rear, but its whatever you wanna do, the car looks beautiful regardless!
Thanks man! Your car has jumped right up to one of my favorites :approve:Ive always liked your car dude. Its been through so many changes, haha.
If you have ran out of adjustment on the coilover bottom cup, then you can easily wind the spring adjustment collar down to get it lower. At the moment I run about 50mm spring droop on the rear to get down to the height I want. Havent had any problems with springs popping out, lol. Even during my spirited drives
Wheels look boss!
PS: Please dont raise it
Ah yes! The famous problem with our cars. I dunno how easy it is to find someone who can do welding in your part of the world, but shortening the hub would be a much better option.Also considering drilling holes in my shock tower for my upper A arms so they stop banging. Cusco arms - bigger than stock
that always looks sketchy. but if its done right, then I heard good things about it. id rather cut a hole in the fender well and weld a dome style box, that forms with the fender, so it looks OEMAh yes! The famous problem with our cars. I dunno how easy it is to find someone who can do welding in your part of the world, but shortening the hub would be a much better option.
LolI know I'm in the minority, but I actually have mixed feelings about those wheels. On one hand, I don't really like them, but on the other, they look great on that car. Looking at the whole package, I can't deny that I like what I see.
BTW, raise the car lol.
Yeah eventually I want shorter hubs, and MUCH stiffer coilovers. Most stuff is on hold right now though.Ah yes! The famous problem with our cars. I dunno how easy it is to find someone who can do welding in your part of the world, but shortening the hub would be a much better option.
:approve: Thanks man!one of my favourite IS"s
Vents are not functional They can be made functional but as is they are not. There's more pictures of them a few pages back from when I got them (first post will have a link to them) but the vent doesn't go through anywhere.in the new pics, I noticed the vents. i said to myself, is it functional? how about matte black for the vents?
your on point and good to see that you lowered the front, instead of raising the rear!!!!
gotta creep now, with it being that low. this is when you have to route your way around town, to avoid construction and bad roads ahead
that always looks sketchy. but if its done right, then I heard good things about it. id rather cut a hole in the fender well and weld a dome style box, that forms with the fender, so it looks OEM
Ah, the classic upper control arm problem. That's why I ended up raising my car from slammed to functional.
I never understood the point of the window vent things, but if you're going to keep them, then some kind of gloss black to help the blend in better would be nice!
Interesting. Had no idea these were on the site. :approve:Here you go Corey, You can use these before you do anything drastic with cutting a hole in your fenders.
http://shopfigs.com/v1/image/cache/data/BUMP STOP copy-800x800.jpg
SPC 67300 Urethane Bump Stop Spacers
http://shopfigs.com/v1/image/cache/data/Bump Stop Placement-800x800.jpg
Yea man. Uprating the springs was probably the best thing I've done suspension wise in a while.Yeah eventually I want shorter hubs, and MUCH stiffer coilovers. Most stuff is on hold right now though.
Those shots with the sun flares came out great!!
:approve:looking great and that straight pipe.. o_0
Me too, although after owning this for 6+ years there are times I wish it was a different color lol.Tasty. Im such a sucker for white.
haha exactly. One of the reasons I wanted the oil pressure gauge on my cluster to functionYea man. Uprating the springs was probably the best thing I've done suspension wise in a while.
I mean, its a bit stiffer ride, so I'm not sure how much you like your comfort.
But the way I see it, if you have a low car, the last thing you want is for it to go even lower after hitting a bump and taking your sump off
I wish mine was in as good of shape as yours, but I paid so little for it... It's one of those long term projects I'll eventually see if I can have rewrapped in nice, similar leather and re-stitched in like white.lol after seeing your pictures. I realize you just got the steering wheel not too long ago too.
But yeah, definitely get a quick release.
Although you might dislike it or not get used to it at first when you use your left fingers for all the turn signal switches, since you have a deep horn like me, your left hand will have to leave the steering wheel when you're driving to touch the turn signal switches.