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post Apr 16, 2011 - 6:55 PM
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Possibly if a set popped up at the right price i'd consider it. I'm pretty happy with it atm once I do all my lights again, so I may consider them again soon. But at the meantime i'll wait till a set finds me haha.


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post Apr 16, 2011 - 8:05 PM
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sweet ride. Nice job!


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post Apr 27, 2011 - 6:32 AM
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Ok, so, Having a fractured knee cap isn't playing to well on my budget spending. Sitting at home all day on the net = $$$ that i don't have haha.

I've recently installed my HID's, but im waiting till i can drive to get a good night photo.

In the mean time, i'm waiting for my LED Kit from spree, and i have some new guages/bezel coming too.

So currently, since i cant drive frown.gif my car is in pieces, interior wise, waiting for my new parts.

Boredom finally got ahold of me and decided to mod again haha.

Since im getting Spree's LED's, i have my old ones spare, so this is what i came up with.





The inside lights worked out pretty good. Spread evenly and doesnt light up the car, just them side pockets.
Adds a nice accent to the inside smile.gif


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post Apr 28, 2011 - 8:53 PM
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That is a gorgeous shot. You know, is it just me or does the 6gc actually resemble an Aston Martin from that angle? Without the spoiler I can really see a DB9...
post May 12, 2011 - 4:31 AM
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New update time since its cold and have nothing better to do.

So my 'Wheel bearing' problem turned out to be my back tyres.
So i moved them up front and the noise is a little less noticable now smile.gif

I removed the blue led's in the doors, thought it was a bit too noticable for my likings.

Anywho, Recieved my dash kit from spree, heres some pics of my AC Controls and Guages.



I also bought a set of custom made gauges, white, with outlines of numbers at night.
Could be a bit better, looks better in the photos but i'm happy atm.



Heres some pics of them in the light. Also carbon Fibre wrapped the surrounding bezel.



And the ashtray thingg.



Also modded my pre-face indicators.
Made them into Parker/Indicators. Think they turned out fairly well smile.gif



Buying a set of SSIII Splitters this week, hoping they will be on in a week or too. Re-done my intake again, shall get pics tomorrow.
And that about all thats new. wink.gif


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post May 12, 2011 - 4:51 AM
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The new dials look good, especially with the CF surround.


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post May 16, 2011 - 1:38 AM
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Still working on making the LED's look good in there, but it looks sweet at day time! haha.

Heres a quick pic of my new intake setup. I CBF finishing it any time soon haha.



And look whats coming by the end of next week hopefully smile.gif

Test fittings.





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post May 16, 2011 - 3:01 AM
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Send your euro splitters this way tongue.gif


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post May 16, 2011 - 3:37 AM
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Maybe in a bit tongue.gif Think i might hold onto them for a while in case i change my mind again tongue.gif

I shall see how this looks in a week or two, and i might not want to hold onto the euro's tongue.gif


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post May 16, 2011 - 3:51 AM
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Yeah I really liked the look of SS-III sides and rear with euro splitters on your car, I actually didn't think you would go SS-III all round.

I suggest drop the rear more or raise the front a tad and call it a day with the euro splitters smile.gif


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post May 16, 2011 - 4:24 AM
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I've thought about it for a couple of months now, so i took the plunge.

I'll see what feedback i get once i do it tongue.gif

I have to find somewhere to roll my guards if i want to drop the back any more, which i would like to another cm or two, but lifting the front might be easier to level it out better.

Front on photos i loveeee the euro splitters, but the side views just let the car down in my eyes.

Here's a shot of my HID's.
Its freezing outside so i cbf getting a better angle tongue.gif



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post May 16, 2011 - 4:59 AM
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That looks really nice,

Yeah, I know what you mean, Roll the inner lip up. Call up engineer shops, ask them if they have that tool I don't know what it's called, but it bolts onto your hub and they turn it.

I'd have to do the same if I had flush fitment lol


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post May 16, 2011 - 5:01 AM
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post May 16, 2011 - 5:09 AM
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Yeah, no one within the hours drive around my house can do it.

And i don't feel like buying the tool myself tongue.gif

I may have to venture towards sydney if i ever get the effort. tongue.gif


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post May 29, 2011 - 7:26 AM
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Hopefully this will be one of the last shots before the SSIII Splitters come on.
Weathers too crap to paint them atm, hopefully through the week smile.gif

Also have an EL Panel coming for my guages. Hopefully they will work out good.


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post Jun 2, 2011 - 5:10 AM
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So today,

I hop out of the car at work and what do i see.... My right splitter just dangling there, but 1 screw.
I don't know how long it was hanging there for, but i wasn't too happy.

So atm, i'm 1 splitter down till i put it back on tomorrow. frown.gif

Anywho, got my EL Panel the other day, here are some pics of the speedo:

Lowest Dim Setting:


Highest Dim Setting:


I snapped by Temp Needle somehow too frown.gif


And another of the celica number plate smile.gif


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post Jun 2, 2011 - 11:16 AM
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If your brave you can use a hammer/rubber mallet and a heat gun to roll your fenders.
Its not the best way, but if you don't have access to a fender roller it would work.
Heat the paint up around the lip so that it doesn't crack and just slowly work the lip up


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post Jun 26, 2011 - 6:05 AM
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Not much of an update, but heres a few photos.

Got my SSIII Front Splitters painted today, so these shall be the last with the euro's on smile.gif





I also have a mad leak somewhere in the car.. might get photos of that too


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post Jun 29, 2011 - 7:33 AM
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SSIII Splitters.

I'll get some better photos on the weekend. Heres some driveway pics for the moment.









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post Jun 29, 2011 - 11:32 AM
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Damn your car looks sooo gorgeous! How do you make your paint look so glossy and perfect? lol
I like everything about it, simply beautiful. Makes me wanna go wingless!
Btw, do you have any pictures or any writings about how to install the projectors and make your parker/indicator? Cause I don't think there's a bulb at this place in the projector right?

Whatever.. clean, clean! Love it.

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