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Discussion in 'High Tech Retrofits' started by TheMeat, Dec 21, 2012.
love it. very nice and should be a beast on the road. who is tuning it?
That looks wicked. I bet it is going to be a bad mother @$#%&*. LOL
NicD in Phoenix
Put the engine and trans in today after finishing the front suspension work. Everything takes me 4x longer than I plan for it to. I'm not a mechanic by trade so I do the best I can.
I put on a set of QA1 coil overs I picked up from a friend. I snapped a few photos with them on the car at the lowest setting. Too low to drive like this but I wanted to see where it would sit.
Still trying to figure out a color combo for the wheels too...
Tomorrow, I am going to tidy up a few things on the car then take a week off for vacation with the wife and kid. I think I will have to move my completion date another month to the right...maybe September??
This Mother F*cker is heavy and not fun to install on while on the floor.
Plasti Dipped one wheel leaving the rivets polished.
I like the stance and the polished wheels in this photo. How much higher does it need to be to drive on our wonderful roadways?
Hmmm, guessing 1/2". Once all of the parts are installed I can see where it will sit.
Lowest part is the headers which are about 4" off the ground...maybe 4!
I'm still torn on what to do with the wheels. Maybe I am just bored with them being all polished. Time will tell.
FYI on adjusting the ride height. If you move the adjuster up say 1" the ride height goes up 2". So just make the actual adjustment about 1/2 of what you want.
Good to know, thanks.
All polished looks sweet in my opinion! Not a fan of the black... Nice ride!!!
you can never go wrong with hellsya on your plates. polished rims look great and wont get old. painted rims are just a fad that will pass.