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Donut in Stockton! 209

Discussion in '8th Gen' started by cBass, Dec 7, 2011.

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    I know WTF. It's not every day that gold drives across the damn country and asks to eat donuts with you. If only he asked me :ok:
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    LOL!!:hilarious: my body wanted sleep, not donuts....right after the fucker tailgating me like crazy in bakersfield i immediately pulled over at a stop and just slept on an off ramp, i was too tired to even drive to the next rest area.
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    Well, i was holding off a bit from an update due to Toyotafest 14 coming up...It was fun hanging out with everyone, meeting new 8th gen owners and gold of course hahahahah!:love:

    this was my first stop, had to piss and take a phone call.
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    Arrived at the auto zone
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    Short drive to starbucks with the rest of the 8th gen guys.
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    After the show at In-n-out
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    then it was off to Fullerton
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    Arrived at the parking structure and we took a few pictures and chat'd after...
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    I see my kitteh!
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    Nice pics cbass! That exhaust though.

    Well I knew you weren't buying anything that day lol, you never did eat. I wasn't even serious about the donuts anyway, I don't eat donuts
    Added: May 6, 2014 3:37 AM
    wow that sounds deadly
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    but I would have eaten donuts if they were bought :troll:
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    to be honest i never liked krispy kreme...they are not like the regular donuts you find at a convenience store or normal looking...they are different. If id had seen maybe a dunkin donuts or YUMYUMdonuts then i would of bought some for everyone.

    But yea gold ill invite you to a slater doughnut burger if you ever come out to cali again...maybe jut fly out here and all of us *looks at milky* can hang out n just chill.

    I know, i know the exhaust is sticking out too much....just because my resonator has a huge hole ill fix my exhaust this week.
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    Good god, why does your muffler stick out so much?
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    LOL my old rear bumper was huge, so i had it sitting out a bit more but once i decided to go back to OEM im left with this...Im fixing it today, all im doing is tucking it in,,,
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    You need to replace all the piping and hangers, the whole nine. It looks like it was held up with coat hangers, and the entire thing looked floppy and disgusting.
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    :GOKU:
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    Yes i know mack, its all f'd up....those were my super noob days in working on corollas...

    for now im only going to tuck the muffler in, but maybe in a month or two ill fix the whole line from the back of the motor to the back of the car. I just spent a good amount of money from the LA trip so i need to settle down on the wallet.

    Dont think ill do the mad JDM muffler angle, just straight out tucked right under the rear valence.
    Installing the header aswell and making it so that i can easily swap between the OEM and OBX one.

    Still wondering where are the crappy welds on this thing? is it at the collector or where the plate is at? might want to fix it before i throw it on.

    Also going to fix my resonator and actually put it right this time.
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    You just need to remove the end of the header and replace it with a flex pipe
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    Whatever you do, just make sure that your exhaust doesn't look like limp dick anymore.
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    :heh:
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    lol where's my HUGE ROAST
    Added: May 9, 2014 3:37 AM
    oh I forgot we actually have it now

    :roast2:
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    little update, so before toyotafest 14 i drove out to san jose north pick n pull and bought me some sweet S door panels and that completes my full S interior conversion. It took a while but im happy with it.

    The driver side door panel did have some slight damage to it.
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    yup, it was cracked...BUT ive been searching for the longest time these door panels and every time they show up they are either torn, destroyed and just terrible. The driver side door panel was the only one damaged so i bought it anyways. I got the window trim panel, the door handle and everything else with it for $10 each door panel. i bought 3 since i had already owned 1 S door panel from a wrecking yard in modesto.

    So nothing that fiberglass cant fix....use some sand paper to remove any smooth area so that the resin can stick to it better....
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    mix some fiberglass resin with the hardner.
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    apply some resin on the damaged area before laying the fiberglass.
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    let is sit for 30min directly on the sun light and it should be ready by then.
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    very happy with the results.

    threw back the TRD springs on the stagg struts...
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    and finished off by installing the bumper brackets. the bumper sits a bit lower than the original 01-02 so i had to make my custom spacers aka open end lug nuts hahaha
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    and cleaned up my engine bay and finally got a chance to spray the alternator.
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    Going to work on my hand brake, jack up the back and crawl under the car.....hopefully all works well.
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    So no fucks were given when spraying the alternator?
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    yea pretty much, i dont think it will get damaged. Ill let it sit overnight....

    back with more updates....

    So my hand brake has not worked ever since i did the rear disc conversion....all this time and i barely got to it today....here is what i found...
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    god im such a noob....i thought that was how they go, now to fix that issue.

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    perfect! now my hand brake works again!

    AND i get to finally put my center console all back together!
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    while i was under the car fixing this i decided to get a hammer and close the huge hole my resonator has from when i was on the ksports...
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    the exhaust got a bit quiet but its still a bit loud so i guess i gotta get the resonator welded shut or relocate it.

    Also decided to put my interior back together since most of it was gutted.
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    and my kitty cat Duchess...
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    Jeez your black interior conversion looks a lot better than mine. I hella half assed it haha. I need a driver side window switch so badly.. )= Car is looking good tho!
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    thanks man, if you ever need help with the dash conversion or the interior just shoot me a txt to see if im in the area....im actually going to be this weekend....i want to check these 2 corollas out

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    chances are one of them might be a S model but who knows. I want to pull a few minor things.
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    good luck mate, your interior conversion really brilliant and it looks like a S from factory lol ( or even better than factory S lol)
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    just check the vin from u on toyodiy from vin to see are one of those a S.
    the first one is a LE
    2nd one is a CE
    they arent S model, bad luck mate








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    I'm not sure what you did with the brake lights.
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    Much improved from when I saw it lol. Why did you have to fiberglass the door panel? I mean, you can't see the damage from the front, and it shouldn't move when it's stuck to the door.

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