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Old 01-03-2012, 12:31 PM   #16
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yea my interior needs some work still, but I'm gutting the rest of the back, it's got no back seats. then I'm going to sand it all and paint the inside, ordering new seats come tax season. because I believe I've got some crappy integra ones in it now that are falling apart. so I'm going to get some Corbeau seats.
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Old 01-03-2012, 12:33 PM   #17
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The '89 is my favorite 4th gen Si, pillar mount belts for US cars and best looking stock SI seats EVER, which sadly I see you don't have.
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Old 01-03-2012, 01:40 PM   #18
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I wish I had the stock seats
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Old 01-03-2012, 02:00 PM   #19
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clean car, lose the fogs tho, looks terrible
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Old 01-04-2012, 10:11 AM   #20
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I wish I had the stock seats
Best Si seats EVER!
These are the ridiculously mint set I used to own, pulled them from an estate auction sale '89 Civic Si w/34k original miles on it. Car had been sitting for some time but interior was mint!
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DANG! Those look brand new!
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Old 01-17-2012, 01:13 AM   #22
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Well I wired my fogs to my driving lights and spreaded them further apart from eachother.

Picked up my wheels and started painting them. I'll post pics when they're finished. Then I'm putting my rear disc conversion on, with the extended studs and she'll be on a break from upgrades.

My ZC bottom is shot, so I'm jist going to throw my Z6 head ony D15 and minime swap it for now
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Old 01-19-2012, 10:10 AM   #23
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After a long 2 days of painting I got 1 wheel done.

the before and after.


I think they turned out pretty good for some sand paper, krylon spray paint, and clear coat.
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Default just posting some new pics

Most recent pic of the car.


Rear tow hook is on, putting my front one on tonight.(pics up soon) lighting is weird, the tow hook is Red.


my wheels are still in the process of painting, no garage of my own, so winter makes it a little hard to paint outside. but wanted to show my new Black Works Racing lugs.
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White wheels look good on certain cars, but you'll hate maintaining them and seeing them dirty.
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I know, but I maintain my car like once a when the weather is good. so I'm not THAT worried about it.
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Front Tow hook installed.
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More pics of the front tow hook now finished.
sheet metal added for some reinforcement to the bumper. also I dig the look!







Car's a little dirty, but she's my daily and it's winter! gimme a break!
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Not big on the tow hook, diamond style amber corner lights or generic fog lights.
Makes the car look tacky and thrown together.
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the OEM fogs are hard as hell to find.
I guess they're not hard. just really expensive for a set of fog lights. plus I don't really dig the USDM OEM fog lights. the Si-R's are pretty sweet, in order to get them on my car, I'd have to get an Si-R front bumper, support, the fogs themselves which is like over a grand just for foglights.

the Corners I like, they stick out compared to the OEM.
Tow hook, I put on for auto cross. it will be functional.

but everyone has their opinions.
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