Discussion in '8th Gen' started by MacktasticSlick, Mar 5, 2014.
Exactly.. Mack knows what I'm talkin about
I has quarter panel damage. ); Can't really see in this pic but whateves.
speaking of quarter panel damage, mine has too , but u cant really notice lol
JEEEEZ that looks bad, get a rubber mallet and hit it out...
My body kit rolla has quarter panel damage on both side but bondo took care of it and fixed the issue
My 5 speed has no quarter panel damage and im very happy
Just bought this 2000 Prizm; took me a while, but I found one that had under 100k miles on it and a good body.
Doing a few updates to it now (I fixed the door trim, put in a new washer reservoir, put in a new headliner, new struts, new brakes). Plan on getting the doors reupholstered, adding some neoprene seat covers, and a few other little cosmetic things before I look at doing some performance upgrades. Doing this all on a tight budget and doing most of the work myself. It will be my daily driver for years to come hopefully.
I did a thing to my lip today haha. Thank you cBass! Fitment is spot on.
I'm going to get my car repainted sometime next year. *crosses fingers*
Damn Matt are the CG's that bouncy? And fuck your quarters lmao
Jerry how did you camber your wheels?
I need help on lowering my front more but dont know what coils to get to get that stanced saticfaction that im looking for.
IMO you are definitely slammed already. I think if you mod the fenders and space the wheels flush, you'll get the satisfaction you need!
PS it's "your girl likeS this"
Haha, yea I had to play around with the ride height until I got it comfortable, I cut more than enough off the bump stops.. It's only real bad on bumps, feels like there's about a foot of fender well gap before the car settles back. On a nice paved road it does pretty good. I'm pretty well off the beaten path, and I can't take a lot of my favorite back roads anymore, but with a lowered car comes sacrifice, right?
Haven't been on in a while, figured I would pop in and post some pics.
I bought grade 8 bolts & nuts from Home Depot. Make sure they're smaller in diameter than the OEM bolts.
I'm currently on D2 Coilovers right now, pretty much maxed out. Although, I do want to go lower.
do you remember the model numbers of the grade 8 bolts and nuts by any chance?
damn really nice looking corolla dude. that front bumper makes me miss my corolla (dads DD now). I really like the extra step you take for the mounting points of the lip kits looks really clean.
I do not, but I'll take a look for you when I get the chance.
thanks man, i appreicate it.
so much work...
All I see is a half a car parked in a fire lane?
Man this page hasn't been updated in weeks lol. My car looks like crap anyways.
wikid - I didn't forget about the part number, just been really lazy to go to OSH lately.
two different colors Gold /: ppl like to damage my car and run away
Ah, so you're hiding the front in shame lol
lol they guy who painted the front did a shiity job. half of it has peeled and the top of the fenders is peeling as well. im debating right now on oval style exhaust like matt or the "JDM" slant n1 style (less bends)...
PS what looks good on a Supra doesn't necessarily look good on a Corolla
in otherwords, no slanted exhaust.
^ Why you monster truckin? lol
Got some tricks up my sleeve
mad photoshop skills yo
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