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    05-28-2010 08:11 AM - permalink
    alright heres the deal, we are taking WV I79 N to WV I68 E then PA I70 N to Altoona, PA Holiday Inn, you're more thann welcome to roll up with us all, i think we should have about 5 cars and we'll be eating somewhere i'm sure and you could join us if you want...just lemme know where you want to meet, btw we are leaving the Firday before the meet at 8am soooo that puts us at the border of WV/PA at about 3-4pm???not sure but just lemme know.
  2. big buds
    02-21-2010 07:14 PM - permalink
    big buds
    hey tha t cold air wuz 100 thats good did not find it tell me how to get it got new hid lights in will have pic soon
  3. ClutchFoot
    02-06-2010 03:15 PM - permalink
    They look like 20's lol.. How are your tires in the snow?
  4. lobalt
    02-06-2010 02:12 PM - permalink
    well they're a knock off brand, so i dont know the exacts of them, DXR performance is on the center cap & im thinkin they're thy R45s or something, eh i cant remember, & they're 17s but i think they look alot bigger & that's a good thing, my tires are 205/40s & im lowered about 3 3.5 inches...
  5. /-KILLcobalt-/
    02-05-2010 05:04 PM - permalink
    clear coat
  6. killarowa
    02-04-2010 03:03 PM - permalink
    clutchfoot.... As far as I was told ANY HID kit will fit the stock 9007 bulbs.... But because you have high and low beams... You want to make sure you get a High/Low HID kit... Hope it helps
  7. XFE
    02-03-2010 11:43 PM - permalink
    Yes my car is a manual...wouldn't have it any other And do you mean how did i connect it to the throttle body. If so what i did was use a metal clamp on the 90* piece when attaching it to the throttle body.
  8. killarowa
    02-02-2010 10:57 PM - permalink
    sorry man, i dont exactly know what they are.... they are just slim ballast HID's..... I got them from the local car audio/rim N tire place. I will ask tommorrow and get a brand name for you. And just to make sure im on the same page, your main problem is finding an HID kit that allows the bulb to screw and lock into the back of the housing correct?
  9. XFE
    01-29-2010 09:49 AM - permalink
    My intake that you see right there was just around $100 for everything. And it works just as well as the $300 K&N or Injen.
  10. XFE
    01-26-2010 10:43 PM - permalink
    are you talkin about the hose going from the intake to the thing on the firewall ( the Blue thing) that would be an oil catch can.

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    Im stefan love working on my car and trying things out
    Burke, Va
    Customizing, Making my on modifications and parts
    Bike builder and fabricator


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