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8th Gen (98-02) Showoff

Discussion in '8th Gen' started by Shifty, Mar 29, 2006.

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    Old but still cool pic i took[IMG]
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    I love how clean your car is, even with the hood bra thing
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    Thanks! i wash it like once a week lol The next setup might top this setup
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    crolla "Wait did I just lose to a corolla?"

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    looks good man. where did you get the hood bra?
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    I got it trough a dealer oem bra i had the whole kit on but the car looked tooo old lol so just the hood
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    Yeah the bumper bra is really ugly.
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    Is the TOM's sticker broken? Or is part of the M supposed to be missing.
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    That's how it is
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    Weird lol.

    Not a fan of how the front lip sticks out past the wheel like that (not your fault though)
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    thats how it is....well gold, im gonna install a full 9th gen kit on my rolla eventually so it can flow properly
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    I know that it's gonna flow properly, but I hate the entire kit for sticking out like that lol.
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    Yeah it's an ugly lip.
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    opinions
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    Obviously.
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    TOYROLLA99 Kleen 8.125 (According to Mack)

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    yea thats a characteristic of newer cars but i think it will look okay since the car still has a fairly low profile, i think the fatty lipkits drifteres put on there 240's stick out as well, i guess its just finding a nice wide wheel to go with it
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    I think different offset wheels would refresh ones perspective about it
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    ... as we've been telling cbass forever
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    We have the Bonnet Bra here in SA from most shops, never new there were more bra's for different parts.

    So a whell spacer will make it more flush
    Sometimes it is interesting to see the rear/inside mould of a kit. no need to hide it. ,)
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    I prefer to see as much tire from the front/rear as possible! (well within reason... tire>lip)
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    Obviously

    X2

    This

    cBass y u no listen

    You don't say?
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    Some Finds

    Nice Jlines Always cool to see quality rims on a 8th gen

    [IMG][IMG][IMG]
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    Too much rear camber.
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    Way to take advantage of a rainy day!
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    Good job on the lower grille.
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    Thanks brother, I need to touch up the upper part alittle.
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    What did you use on the high beams?
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    It's just a 12x48 peel and stick vinyl roll that I ordered from Amazon. I marked out a template for both the high beams and fogs then cut them out. I used soapy water and a hair drier to apply it to the light. Everything must look legit, I had a gti revving his engine at a stop light.. Made me wish I had my WRX again lol.
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