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    Senior Member chris_melba's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by preludacris View Post
    that is one cleannnn burgandy 4th gen.

    all you really have to do, is get an accord rear lip, colour code it along with colour coding ur stock side skirts. THAT, OR accord side skirts. u need thin ones to match the front bar, dont get anything fat. oh yeah and obviously remove the mud flaps in the process.


    do u plan on getting the lense covers or anything mate? looks hot either way tho.
    Hopefully Skinnyboy will be making some mugen side skirts soon, they're nice and thin (obviously designed for the mugen kit) but have that nice flair out at the end to make it look a little cooler XD I'll hopefully be getting a colour coded accord rear lip at the same time as that. Mudflaps have already been removed today XD

    Quote Originally Posted by GreenViouS View Post
    Wow!! what is that??? Is it a box with LED's and EL wire in it?? it looks crazy!!
    Guessed it in one. When I bought the car there was a CD stacker in the center console so there was no trim there when I tore it out, just a bunch of ugly metal (sharp as hell too). One day I decided I wanted to fix that and I figured I may as well have some fun with it. The wires are my RCA cables with some EL wire running through there too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Knickers View Post
    How much were the rims man?

    Looks niiice.

    Something around $400 a corner, plus tires. Not cheap, but totally worth it XD

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    Silver Member preludacris's Avatar
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    good boy, yeah , well the mugen skirts would be ideal.

    should head down to the marysville cruise mate..

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    Senior Member chris_melba's Avatar
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    Just thought I'd add this in here

    Last edited by chris_melba; 8th September 2007 at 08:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris_melba View Post
    Thanks man, me too I was nearly going to go for Spec I buddy clubs right up until my sister pointed out that they looked almost exactly like 6 spoke versions of her jazz wheels. Then I decided to go with something a little more interesting but still keep that clean buddy club look.
    hey chris, so i can say that i contributed to this win can i? :] good work, it does look awesome with everything you've done to it.
    -dani

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    Senior Member chris_melba's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by carterdt View Post
    hey chris, so i can say that i contributed to this win can i? :] good work, it does look awesome with everything you've done to it.
    -dani
    Yeah, full credit goes to you for helping to choose my rims Thanks Danni

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    Senior Member Si_4ws's Avatar
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    The car looks really good in the pics, but i must say it looks even better in real life. You have done a nice job, keep at it!


    81 x 95..... probably could have made a decent tractor engine

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    Regular Member lilmissgen4's Avatar
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    very clean & tidy

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    Regular Member Trajic's Avatar
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    Love the Transformer dude! Awesome ride man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris_melba View Post
    Just thought I'd add this in here

    Sweet ride. were did u get this done? IM Prepaird to pay $$$. Love it sooooooo much.

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    Senior Member chris_melba's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Si_4ws View Post
    The car looks really good in the pics, but i must say it looks even better in real life. You have done a nice job, keep at it!
    Cheers man, I may not be as fast as you around the twisties, but I look stylish while doing it eh? XD

    Quote Originally Posted by lilmissgen4 View Post
    very clean & tidy
    Quote Originally Posted by Trajic View Post
    Love the Transformer dude! Awesome ride man.
    Cheers guys

    Quote Originally Posted by TurboLude_on19 View Post
    Sweet ride. were did u get this done? IM Prepaird to pay $$$. Love it sooooooo much.
    Thanks man I just spent a while playing around in photo shop. PM me if you want.

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    interested to know about these tinted tail lights as well how did you do it? how did it turn out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Connections View Post
    interested to know about these tinted tail lights as well how did you do it? how did it turn out?
    I experimented a lot with my tail lights before deciding on how to do them. I tried tinting the whole lot, which looked pretty good but also looked like cop bait from a mile away, so I scrubbed that off. I tried tinting just the indicator and reversing light lens by pulling it apart, but that looked odd with the bright red around it.

    In the end it was a simple case of masking up the top half and tinting the bejesus out of the indicator and tails (many coats), then giving the rest of the assembly a light tint to blend with the deep red of my car a bit better. They look fantastic when they're off, but you can notice some unevenness when they flash. It's nothing major, but it does bug me a little bit.

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