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Old 02-27-2012, 02:22 PM   #31
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I got bored this weekend and painted my shaved Z6 valve cover.
this is the result.

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Old 02-27-2012, 02:30 PM   #32
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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,

I think square fogs fit the front ends of these well.
These are believe are generic square fogs, which on this car, I think look pretty good.
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Old 02-27-2012, 03:27 PM   #33
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I think square fogs fit the front ends of these well.
These are believe are generic square fogs, which on this car, I think look pretty good.

I definently agree with you there.
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Old 03-26-2012, 11:24 AM   #34
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Mini Me is in.

Before


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Just wanted a little more kick before the Autocross season starts.
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Old 03-26-2012, 11:36 AM   #35
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Now clean it up a bit and get rid of that ridiculous intake.
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I intend on it, I just haven't really got to motor stuff on the car. that came with the car. ha

looking to get the injen long take that goes where the airbox was.
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looking to get the injen long take that goes where the airbox was.
Save your money, stock air box, drop in filter, resonator removal from behind front bumper.
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Save your money, stock air box, drop in filter, resonator removal from behind front bumper.

Resonator is already out, I'll keep an eye out for a stock air box, it's hard to find ED's that aren't stripped to nothing at junk yards though.
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one of my favorite efs [:
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Time to take some weight off.
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Is it for fashion or function?
I'm not a fan of these seats, but if you necessitate them for road coarse racing or something, then i can understand.
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They're for Function, I run Autocross, trying to get more weight off, taking he passenger out too.

CF hood and fenders are coming next.
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CF hood and fenders are coming next.
The hood I can understand. You can def feel the difference between the stock steel hood and CD one. The fenders are a waste of money since the stock ones are paper thin and weigh nothing to begin with.
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The hood I can understand. You can def feel the difference between the stock steel hood and CD one. The fenders are a waste of money since the stock ones are paper thin and weigh nothing to begin with.
I am going for looks too, I honestly don't care if it's pointless. I'm getting a CF hatch as well. I recently rusted my hood, I know hate away. But it makes the car look very aggressive. the hood was filled with dents from hail as well, found out it was bondo-ed as well. so before you all fly off the handle about it, keep that in mind.

my fenders I also sharpie bombed with monsters, I'll show pics you guys may or may not like them. But oh well. I'm sure you Mr. Baker will hate it, you're all about that OEM which is cool, but I think OEM can get a little bland sometimes.
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