Performance: TRD SC, AEM FIC, AEM UEGO Wideband, SRI, Vibrant/Magnaflow Cat-back, Oil Catch Can, Voltage Stabilizer/Ground Kit, DC Sports Strut Bar.
Sun Pro Boost Gauge, Tranny Cooler, Alutec Lightweight Crank Pulley
Others: DRL MOD, Hella Horns, Ceramic Brakes, VVTi Logo Ignition Coil Cover, Lowering Springs
It'll only be going in after Christmas, because I'm spoiled and my parents decided to pay for it haha. This means I have a budget for speakers in the near future!
Instead of thread, I used hockey tape on mine, and I put it all over to make sure I didn't scratch anything with the clip.
And, here are a few things that will be going on as soon as the weather warms up and the roads get cleaner:
Woo! Carbon fiber license plate frame, and I finally got around to finishing my fog light covers! Waiting for my license plate LED bulbs to arrive in the mail, as well.
And here are my new wheels! RTX Turbine 17-inch with Triangle TR968 225/45/R17 rubber.
86foxgt wrote:Sweet Vibe! I love the new wheels, where did you purchase them from? Also, how hard was it for you to wire your horn in? Thanks!!
MrHatchWagon wrote:Yeah, the install wasn't as bad as I thought at all, and the moment when I used them for the first time was well worth it. I got them on ebay, they're Sickspeed brand horns and they were $40, but you have to buy a relay (if you plan on using one; and I'd recommend it), some wiring, some connectors, and some heat shrink tubing. All in all it must have been about $75 for everything, horns included.
mac99d wrote:I like the green tape....You should leave it on lol.
thebarber wrote:Less wheel gap, please
MrHatchWagon wrote:thebarber wrote:Less wheel gap, please
I knoww, I'm seriously considering getting Teins or Canucks. My only concern is I'm afraid the S-techs are too low for where I live, and I hear the H-techs aren't worth it because they don't go low enough. I do like Kitt222's setup, though. Seems like it could work...
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