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  1. YanoYano
    04-13-14 03:04 PM
    believe it or not, the sides are just stock 97's and same as the rear. but i do have a fujin front lip
  2. pieisgude
    09-18-12 07:36 PM
    BC Racing coilovers for the Supra. Fenders are rolled, no pull. As much negative camber taken out as the factory bolts would allow. And of course, harness relocated through the bay, super easy, and very worth it. Wheel/tire specs are 17x8 -15 205/45, 17x9 +0 215/45 if you were wondering. I appreciate the love my man!
  3. ecstaticSC
    09-04-12 09:27 PM
    Thanks. I'll get new pics up soon.
  4. bishop977
    08-15-12 06:35 AM
    hey sorry for the late reply i didn't know about the vistor message section. i have some in other color. you talking about the corvette license plate frame?
  5. ecstaticSC
    06-21-12 09:46 PM
    Thanks man. It's a Fujin Lip(Big Win rep).
  6. CrazySC300
    07-25-11 04:22 PM
    Posted the pics that you wanted of the adjustable rear lower control arms on that one thread for you.
  7. 1JZPWRD
    11-15-10 01:45 PM
    You can use a heat gun. Be careful not too get to close to the lense cover. It will melt it. Let me know if you decide too. You can also drill very small holes in the bottom lip to also help dry it out. I have done this method myself. It dries in about 2 days.
  8. 1JZPWRD
    11-13-10 09:32 AM
    You first need to remove the headlights. They are (2) 10mm bolts on the inside of each fender well. You must pull it back to reach them. You can do it without removing the front wheels, you may want to turn them in the oppposite direction. Once those are removed, their is (1) 10 mm on top of the headlight. Pull up and out slightly. Unplug them. Preheat oven to 300 degress. Place headlight in the oven for about 6-7 minutes each. The heat will reactivate the factory sticky glue. Pull the lense apart. Clean both sides of the lense cover and the glass projector. Reseal with 100% black silicone after scrape all of the old factory gray glue away. You may have to place back in oven a few times to keep the glue sticky. Put them back together. Silicone around the adjuster and every little piece that you think it needs or where you think water is coming in. Ziptie them together and let dry. Pull them tight. Place back in car after overnight. Now would also be a good time to upgrade the lights to something better or better quality bulbs. Laslty, place some tape or something on the lip under the light, so you dont scratch the car when you pull them out. Let me know how this works out. Mark
  9. VinnyMac
    11-08-10 10:16 PM
    Thank you, they're just the stock lights taken apart and painted black. I might go ahead and deline it around the projector area though for a cleaner look.
  10. KC95SC400
    11-06-10 08:16 PM
    Weight transfer is good but "squatting" is technically wasted energy. Good for the street and makes a car feel fast. On the track (dragstrip) its better to have the rear suspension firm and the front on the soft side so weight transfers but the energy of the launch isn't wasted. Not to mention that when a independant rear suspension vehicle squats the tires negative camber quite a bit and road to tire contact is lost.

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