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Old 02-08-2004, 10:01 PM
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Ok well i had to get pics of the carnage (mr guardrail met mr t2) and decided to take some fancy shots too.



First here's a new quick flame video showing my NEW style of flames since my TB mod and port:

http://www.niteshade.net/89t2/movies/flames2.AVI



and all pics are here:

http://www.niteshade.net/89t2/exterior



here's some select ones: (sorry for blurriness, but its FREEZING out and my hands were shaking)











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Old 02-08-2004, 10:05 PM
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Sux man. when ? how? Did you get road head?
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Old 02-08-2004, 10:06 PM
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Wicked ****



Wish I had a camera to post up my flames.Mine's a single though.



Nice flames & good pics!
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Old 02-08-2004, 10:18 PM
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Originally Posted by 75 Repu' date='Feb 8 2004, 11:05 PM
Sux man. when ? how? Did you get road head?
5mph, ice, downhill, 90 degree turn, lockup, slide, ahhh, snowbank, bang, ****!



thats the cliff notes version lmao.



never drive on solid ice, its not safe, snow and "icy conditions" are manageable, but basically driving on a frozen ice rink of a road is not.



and if anyone notices, the tires in the back ARE huge, thats why it doesnt look lowered, theyre 225x60R16 while the fronts are 205x55R16.... waiting to order my 245x45R16 toyo t1s'



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i love the front mount... and top mount combo... :-p



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Originally Posted by sidewinderx7' date='Feb 8 2004, 11:27 PM
i love the front mount... and top mount combo... :-p



poser!

im slowly gathering the pieces i need, building your own FMIC piping is not fun.



mounting it in there was a mission and i wanted to make sure it lasted before i went and built pipes and everything and the **** started wobblign everywhere.



pipes will be going in with the fuel system, ecu, battery relocate, and ignition. my plate is full.



edit: correction, building your own pipes ON A BUDGET is not fun. so far ive got like 75% of the piping i need, all for free all i gotta do is buy the couplers



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youre engine bay crampped? I know mine it looks all funny because its the greddy pipe and its all swurvy and stuff ... for no reason. Its pretty bare in my engine bay so i could use straight pipe all the way pretty much. Anyways, 2 or 3 U-bends, a chop saw, and a welder can do wonders! what are you using for the pipe?
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Originally Posted by sidewinderx7' date='Feb 9 2004, 12:02 AM
youre engine bay crampped? I know mine it looks all funny because its the greddy pipe and its all swurvy and stuff ... for no reason. Its pretty bare in my engine bay so i could use straight pipe all the way pretty much. Anyways, 2 or 3 U-bends, a chop saw, and a welder can do wonders! what are you using for the pipe?
3" pipe....im trying to do it without cutting ****. It's going to basically be 2 straight pipes with some angled silicone couplers. Making the pipe squeeze between the rad and the body is difficult.



Your greddy is curvy caus eit comes from like under the lights and ****.



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Old 02-08-2004, 11:11 PM
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hard to imagine where 3" pipes fit in that pic, but belive me, ive built it with flex hose and know it will work.



and once the haltech is in bye bye AFM piece of ****.



edit: ohh you can all see my teeny battery in that ngine shot



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