Thanks bruh! :sunny:Tis a good read
:blol: You know I'm so 90's I would though Soochie...you're so mad my car looks sexy as fuck with that bumper I can sense it through the internet!Get a better camera instead of your 90s era KODAK disposable.... JESUS... How long did it take to process the film at wal-mart? :biglaugh:
:lol:they have a 24hr turn around I think?
Thanks!Hmm... seems like you cut out the slats in the center of the bumper? Looks 10x better IMO.
Do those bumpers take the same fogs as, say, an 02 outback? I've got a few spares I could toss your way, unless you're just running covers?
Anywho the car looks great, those stubby mirrors always throw me :clap:
Ha, yeah I’ll probably still get Kouki’s if they ever go on sale.I shoulda known you'd have fogs, durrr!
That's nuts, quite the life that bumper has had! Glad it didn't end up in peices in a snowbank like so many others have here in NE. I still think it looks better without the slats...<img src="http://www.rs25.com/forums/images/smilies/theyareontome.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Run" class="inlineimg" />
I didn't think 13.5 was that heavy for a flywheel? Aren't the lightweight ones like 11.5ish? If two pounds makes that much of a difference, I'll have to reconsider trying out a lightweight crank pulley.
Did you use "flexible" paint on the urethane bumper? I have the same v4 bumper that's been burning a hole in my pocket! Dying to get mine put on but painting it has been holding me back. A friend was telling me I can't just rattle can it and that I need some sort of special paint for it.I took advantage of the nice weather to finish up this V4 Bumper:
Also did the fog covers, but I am debating on using them:
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And this stuff ready to be installed:
Those tiny front rotors were very light, coming in at around 11 lbs. each. I also have the JDM front beam to use with the bumper, so much weight will be shaving off...
I probably should have, but no I didn't. I actually did more prep work on it this time then when I had it on my Acadia Green sedan, however.Did you use "flexible" paint on the urethane bumper? I have the same v4 bumper that's been burning a hole in my pocket! Dying to get mine put on but painting it has been holding me back. A friend was telling me I can't just rattle can it and that I need some sort of special paint for it.