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Old 12-24-2012, 11:59 PM   #51
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i was gonna give you the ultimate prize, a jeremy clarkson thumbs up. but idk how to post gif's

heres a link to it for you anyway

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Old 12-25-2012, 12:03 AM   #52
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but but but who fills my stocking?

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Old 01-13-2013, 12:26 AM   #53
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Lost some more weight today. Doesn't sound half bad for a 1.8



Sticks out just a little...



I had some 25mm Ichiba spacers lying around from the 95 L I bought, so I tossed those on the back. I bought some 5mm H&R Trak+ spacers and studs for the front. I rub at full lock on the left. I hope to have them by next weekend.









While I was working on the rears, I noticed I have KYB GR-2's

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Old 01-25-2013, 08:28 AM   #54
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Lucy strikes again! Resealed the taillights where they still leaked. Rained yesterday...guess what still leaks. -_-

And now the front passenger side leaks where your feet go. Water all over the connectors. Awesome.

This morning, walking to the car, I realize how exposed my negative terminal is. Car has yet to be pulled on the frame machine, so the hood is not flush leaving a nice gap for rain.

Should of known it was a bad sign. Car doesn't start now. I think this battery is hating life.
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Old 01-25-2013, 06:03 PM   #55
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What are the future plans with this car? Just drive it with the mods you have? Looks good so far.
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Old 01-28-2013, 11:29 PM   #56
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What are the future plans with this car? Just drive it with the mods you have? Looks good so far.
This is my DD...to my race car and rally car.



Gunna sign up for my first autox for end of Feb in this 2wd bad boy. Just wish someone would sell me a GTSpec rear strut bar!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So i can put my trunk cage in.
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So last Sunday, i put my H&R Trac+ 5mm front spacers on. I chose this kit because it comes with new studs, and they are not universal.





New studs







Putting the new studs in. I forgot to take a pic of taking them out. I put the nut on the stud untill it was flush, then hammered it out. This allows them to be re-used. The nut should come right off.





After getting the first one on, you can use a jack stand with a towel for the rest to help.



New studs in



Ill snap some pics this weekend after a car wash unless it rains.
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thats sweet
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when youput the rims and lugs back on make sure you put a little axle grease on the studs. my hr kit started rusting after a few months and the lugs were hard to take off.
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Thanks for the tip. I used anti-seize...that should be suffice right?
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