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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
Here are a few updated pics of my ride. Enjoy!
Mod List
Exterior
Black front grille
Smoked turns
Black sonar projector headlights
Painted brake calipers
"Eclipse" caliper decals
Carbon fiber door handle decals
Carbon fiber B pillar strips
Black altezza tails
"Eclipse" 3rd brake light decal
Black rear bumper inserts
Chrome license plate cover
Interior
Red LED accent tubes
Audio
10" JL Audio subwoofer
250 watt JL Audio amplifier
Custom-built sub enclosure
Performance
Invidia N1 full catback exhaust
AEM short ram intake
Future Mods
18" Exel wheels
Halo fog lights
Grillecraft 5-piece grille kit
New head unit and speakers
Carbon fiber fuel door
High-flow cat










 

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Turbo/Haltech V6
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Nice ride. It needs a drop and some nice wheels.
 

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Here are a few updated pics of my ride. I'll post a mod list later. Enjoy!
Just another clean stock 3G. You should have posted up the mod list earlier. It can't be too long so shouldn't take more then 30 secs to post up.
 

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Suk me balls
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Looks good, make sure and let me know when you want to sell those stock wheels.
 

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Christopher Pearce
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Very clean 3G. Like others have said, a nice set of wheels and drop would make a huge difference in the overall stance of the car.
 

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Discussion Starter #13
thanks for all of the comments guys! i just got my intake in and i am gonna take the car out for a real photoshoot tomorrow so i'll get some better pics up soon.
 

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Christopher Pearce
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Those are some great pictures. Very clean!
 

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Looks good, but I might be a little biased.....:lol:

You should take an hour out of your day and make some side grills for your fake side grill inserts.....

Just go out and find some gutter guard material at Home Depot for like $1 + tax. Then trace, cutout, paint black (optional), pop out from underneath each fake side grill and attach with fishing wire (sounds cheap, which it is, but I installed my side grills well over a year ago and haven't had any problems :yesway:). It'll save you a bundle!

http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c327/CrimsonGT/100_0492.jpg

http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c327/CrimsonGT/100_0493.jpg

http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c327/CrimsonGT/100_0496.jpg

http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c327/CrimsonGT/100_0498.jpg
 
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