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Old 02-14-2013, 07:52 PM
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Hey, kids!

Been kinda busy the last few months:

Reman 2006 4/2 piston brakes, Stoptech stainless steel brake lines, Stoptech street pads, OEM blanks and, started out with ATE Super Blue DOT4, but ended up flushing most of it because I'm an idiot. Long story..



The wife and I have recently gotten into snowboarding so we figured we should get a rack for the boards: OEM crossbars, Inno Grabmax and fairing.. with stikrzz!!:


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Old 04-28-2013, 10:01 AM
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Can finally take these out of "pending":

Morimoto H1 HID projectors in JDM STi headlights and transferred over the 1157s


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Old 05-03-2013, 10:43 PM
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Old 05-05-2013, 01:52 PM
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Upgraded the speakers with 6.5" 3-ways up front and 4" 2-ways in the rear. Had to get a little creative with the install:



Needs more low-end, though.

Just ordered: a bunch of rubber bits.

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Old 05-15-2013, 07:36 PM
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Did LEDs in all the exterior lights and LED blinker module. Rear turns are NOT 7440, but some variant on a 1156. I made the 1156s I ordered work. Everything looks pretty good. I'll post pictures when it gets dark out.

I also added a bunch of driveline parts:
-Perrin front and rear shifter bushings
-TiC transmission mount bushings
-Group N transmission mount
-Kartboy rear subframe outrigger bushings
-Kartboy rear subframe botox bolts

Pain in the *** to do with only one hand. Still have the TiC rear diff mount bushings sitting on the work bench. Ran out of steam. If someone wants to come do these for me, I'll pay.

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Old 05-15-2013, 08:15 PM
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Car looks good Rob...
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Ive got TiC rear diff bushings too haha.

Wasnt sure if the whole thing had to be removed to get them in or not.. and was too lazy to search after I got out from under the car... So they've been sitting in my garage for almost a year now
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Car looks good Rob...
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Ive got TiC rear diff bushings too haha.

Wasnt sure if the whole thing had to be removed to get them in or not.. and was too lazy to search after I got out from under the car... So they've been sitting in my garage for almost a year now
Just that bracket needs to come out. It seems fairly easy, I just can't get the leverage with one hand to get the diff studs and nuts loose.
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Well if you still havnt done it by the time Im back in town.. lets do it haha
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Well if you still havnt done it by the time Im back in town.. lets do it haha
Fo shiz.
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Just a warning on those wonderful little diff bushings, if your driveshaft is out of balance, these bushings will let you know. Dog bless em.
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Originally Posted by Rev. Rob Large View Post
started out with ATE Super Blue DOT4, but ended up flushing most of it because I'm an idiot. Long story...
You installed the calipers upside down didnt you?

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You installed the calipers upside down didnt you?
Who, me? No. Never. Never happen. I don't know what you're talking about. <_< >_>
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Who, me? No. Never. Never happen. I don't know what you're talking about. <_< >_>
LOL Your wagon is still looking good!
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