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    eh everything should be fine with smaller tires.. I dunno I may have to lift the front up a bit with smaller tires too. I mean I would like my bumper to last a coule days atleast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by corollaiscious View Post
    haha can you say bottom out?
    if you're not rubbin', you ain't low enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by mot_bot View Post
    eh everything should be fine with smaller tires.. I dunno I may have to lift the front up a bit with smaller tires too. I mean I would like my bumper to last a coule days atleast.
    is your bumper fibreglass or FRP? i found my FG j-blood pretty resilient, up to the point that the lip actually caught on to a speedbump that was too tall and the road was too narrow for me to take the bump at an angle over. and it snapped back. all in all though for daily driving when you go over gradients or even big dips in the road, the bumper holds up!

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    someone come over and wire in my coil/ignitor so I can drive this thing!!1!1! I cant figure out what Im doing wrong!
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    Damn Double Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by do-boy View Post
    is your bumper fibreglass or FRP? i found my FG j-blood pretty resilient, up to the point that the lip actually caught on to a speedbump that was too tall and the road was too narrow for me to take the bump at an angle over. and it snapped back. all in all though for daily driving when you go over gradients or even big dips in the road, the bumper holds up!
    Its fiberglass, How do you have yours mounted? I made a little bracket that goes under the top of the lip and its ziptied to it, zipited to fenders and zipties on the old grill brackets. I don't know how safe it will be :o I don't want to run the damn thing over
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    **** yeas. You are making good progress my son.
    Style.

    And I slammed my **** on 15x10's with no rubbing whatsover, you just need to do some pounding, cutting, and suspension adjusting.

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    children see children do... ironic isnt it.
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    well just got back from japan so the headache with the car continues:
    they wern
    While I was in Tokyo I got my friend to give me directions to this place, seen a couple corolla's in the parking lot, they were'nt anything to special though


    While there I bought some items such as these:



    and about 2 hours after I got off my flight to Edmonton, I got a call and my other sideskirt (the correct one) FINALLY came in:

    oh yeah got tires mounted (thanks Matt) on my other hoshinos, so less camber on the front which means the rims sit a bit more flush



    Now I just have to sort out my no spark and no power to my COR issue with the 20v, ugghh
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    that building is wicked. curious, how many people can accually speak english in japan?

    its good to see you back, i want to see this build finish.

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    do you still have your old stock from bumper? if so PM me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryouko View Post
    do you still have your old stock from bumper? if so PM me
    yeah..but its all hacked up with a swazol/grinder and beat on with a sledge hammer the bumper bracket attached to the rebar section of the bumper were literally rusted onto chassis.

    Quote Originally Posted by KingSpence View Post
    that building is wicked. curious, how many people can accually speak english in japan?

    its good to see you back, i want to see this build finish.
    not alot of people can speak English fluently..well not many I ran into im sure theres lots, but lots of people at like stores and shops don't, some of them speak a tiny bit of English but not much.
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    Where'd you get that front bumper from and how much was it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mot_bot View Post
    not alot of people can speak English fluently..well not many I ran into im sure theres lots, but lots of people at like stores and shops don't, some of them speak a tiny bit of English but not much.
    how'd you get around?

    have you done the water pump mod. yet?

    hahahah whats in that secong image? it reminds me of austin powers and his penis pump lmao

    Rob. i believe he got it from Top Racing in the mall as for a price i heard the kit was like $700? as for the bumper I got no clue
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    Quote Originally Posted by corollaiscious View Post
    how'd you get around?

    have you done the water pump mod. yet?

    hahahah whats in that secong image? it reminds me of austin powers and his penis pump lmao

    Rob. i believe he got it from Top Racing in the mall as for a price i heard the kit was like $700? as for the bumper I got no clue

    I got around on the trains

    yeah I drilled through the head when the engine was out of the car

    second image is a shifter? you cant see that?
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    I approve of ride height. Just needs rear spacers for correct fitment and then you can style on ppl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mot_bot View Post
    I got around on the trains

    yeah I drilled through the head when the engine was out of the car

    second image is a shifter? you cant see that?
    He means the third image. And I believe it to be an air horn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Shooter View Post
    I approve of ride height. Just needs rear spacers for correct fitment and then you can style on ppl.
    Indeed, money is just not allowing me to do this at the moment, I need a spacer in the rear, and a smaller tire, such as a 185/55/15 rather than a 185/65/15

    Quote Originally Posted by AhBra View Post
    He means the third image. And I believe it to be an air horn.
    and yes those would be airhorns
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    You went to Japan and all you ****ing got was a dildo knob and some air horns. You can get that from PrincessAuto.
    What a waste.

    Why you wouldn't come back with BN is a mystery to me.

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