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Old 03-19-2017, 12:50 AM
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Now all you need to do is buy my sedan clear corners and you'll be ready to go! That orange really clashes with the wheels LOL
lol I already ordered black ones with led bulb. But thanks. They going on with these that my buddy gave me. Just don't know if it will hurt visibility since I have OEM HIDs.

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Polished my nasty filthy Exhaust tip!
Finally painted the in famously faded lower trim on the car.
Mounted the front lip and tested it at high speeds in Mexico 🇲🇽 lol
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lol I already ordered black ones with led bulb.
Nice. I was going to suggest black or smoked ones. That's going to look pretty sharp.

I like the front lip, too. I'd get one but my driveway would eat it.
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Installed the Chinese Stillen knock-off front sway bar I found on a local CraigsList ad. Can't go wrong for $80. Good fit and finish, crisp feel. Kind of hard to mess-up a sway bar.

Also installed the Z1 undershroud, which looks pretty slick. No *real* reason for it except it offers slightly better protection for the low-slung supercharger bits and gauge sending units. It had to be modified slightly to fit around the intercooler plumbing. Nearly severed my thumb cutting the sheet-metal, but you can't make an omelette without breaking a few eggs.

Gotta say I like the oil drain access flap. Makes oil changes even easier.

Next up 100,000 mile suspension TLC:
new shocks and struts (KYB 341366/67, 344455 on monroe kits),
a replacement right front lower control arm (bad bushing),
new tie rod ends,
SPC adjustable A-arms
adjustable rear camber arms and toe arms
rear 245 40R19 tires (haven't decided on which ones yet) and TPS

Oh, and time to replace the leaking gasket that sits between the firewall and the brake booster. Kind of dreading that one because it's going to be a PITA, I know it.
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Splitters!

Installed my TGWRKZ abs splitters. Up next is the front lip!
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Installed my TGWRKZ abs splitters. Up next is the front lip!]
Wow your G is sharp as hell, love those wheels man.
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This is my new ride, 2005 6MT. I love it and im really looking forward to a plenium spacer and a short ram coming soon as well as front tints and 1in lowering springs. Longer term goals are exhaust and uprev tune
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This is my new ride, 2005 6MT. I love it and im really looking forward to a plenium spacer and a short ram coming soon as well as front tints and 1in lowering springs. Longer term goals are exhaust and uprev tune
Noice. Gotta love the 6MT sedans. Those wheels look great.
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Also installed the Z1 undershroud, which looks pretty slick. No *real* reason for it except it offers slightly better protection for the low-slung supercharger bits and gauge sending units. It had to be modified slightly to fit around the intercooler plumbing. Nearly severed my thumb cutting the sheet-metal, but you can't make an omelette without breaking a few eggs.

Gotta say I like the oil drain access flap. Makes oil changes even easier.
If you want the easiest oil changes ever get one of these. I have one on every car of mine and they're awesome. Best $20 mod ever!

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Wow your G is sharp as hell, love those wheels man.
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This is my new ride, 2005 6MT. I love it and im really looking forward to a plenium spacer and a short ram coming soon as well as front tints and 1in lowering springs. Longer term goals are exhaust and uprev tune
Thanks bro, and thats sick as hell! I wish I had the 6MT. You'll love the plenum spacer! I got mine from Z1 motor sports and it's amazing.
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If you want the easiest oil changes ever get one of these. I have one on every car of mine and they're awesome. Best $20 mod ever!
I know it's irrational and paranoid of me but I don't trust those things. I know now my oil pan is fully enclosed it's a lot safer but I don't like the idea of my engine being a quarter-turn away from being inadvertently drained. I'll stick to the old-school nuts.
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Cool by me, I've used them for years with zero issues so obviously I'm a big fan.
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Cool by me, I've used them for years with zero issues so obviously I'm a big fan.
I also run one, have no complaints. If people are really concerned about them there is a video where they drop heavy weights and concrete blocks on them to prove they will still function properly.
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Not too much today. I got sick of looking at my old, beat OEM shifter and test-fit a weighted **** and a finisher I had laying around from another project. Need to take down the gloss on the finisher. Apart from that I think it looks pretty good. The added weight makes for a nice throw.

Of course now I need a new leather boot. It never ends haha.
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Thanks bro, and thats sick as hell! I wish I had the 6MT. You'll love the plenum spacer! I got mine from Z1 motor sports and it's amazing.
Hopefully doing the spacer tomorrow. Then about all I have left is either high flow cats or Art Pipes then a tune.
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