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Old December 8th, 2016, 01:16 PM   #4521 (permalink)
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There's another one... Something like HappyPuppies. Fuck you Brendon for showing me that one, hahaha.
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Yuck


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-15f according to the radio. It's a tad cold out.
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I wouldn't wash my car in 50F let alone -15F haha glad you can suck up the cold for your baby!
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Step 1: Apply soap
Step 2: Curse and swear because it froze
Step 3: Wash off the soap
Step 4: Wash off the ice
Repeat step 4 until out of quarters or you feel stupid
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Old December 16th, 2016, 09:06 AM   #4526 (permalink)
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Lol, now that my garage is full of tires and old computers, there's no way I can even wash my car anymore (not paying for the gas station lave-auto thing either). Will have to wait a few months before the temp climbes back into the pluses.
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I put a band aid on it. The ass end spun out, did a 360 and hit a pole. 2 dents in the door (no idea how I got 2) and a cut in the paint




Really a piss off, but from the options... It was almost the best. It was fall off a cliff (15 feet), hit the post, or, as I had aimed for, the farmers field with a steep but not devastating hill. There was no posts for 100 yards on either side of it....

A buddy of mine works at a factory making the panels for the NSX... He's gonna do the sheet metal work. I'm gonna do the painting, but might have a shop do that later on. Such a high visibility area. A paint shop isn't in the budget right now. Oh well. Beer time.
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Ain't that a pisser. Glad the damage wasn't any worse than that.
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Gah sorry man...my first wreck was in the snow. Had a brand new front bumper and paid for a section of a farmer's fence. About 2 grand bill
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Gah sorry man...my first wreck was in the snow. Had a brand new front bumper and paid for a section of a farmer's fence. About 2 grand bill
I didn't know farmers were still using golden fences. Jeez.

I once knocked down a street sign in someone's lawn, the city sent me a bill for $190. Last time I took a block corner at 50 km/h lol
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Starting to worry about this catching on a piece of ice or something.

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I put a rubber splitter on the front. It takes the impact before something smashes into any part of the car. It helps break apart ice a bit as well
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My garage is so tight I don't even have room to take a proper picture lol
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Man... love the paint job so much. Why do you run hubcaps by the way?
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Hubcaps? Those are plain steel wheels lol. I hate hubcaps.

Or do you mean the exposed cotter pin on the hub?

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They're winter wheels, don't have to be fancy lol. I'd never run wheel covers because I find them tacky.
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They're winter wheels, don't have to be fancy lol. I'd never run wheel covers because I find them tacky.
Plus they fill up with snow and pop off. Or fill with snow and ruin your wheel balance. Or get iced up and crack.

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Dang... I forget ice was a factor, since I don't get it here. I guess I'm pretty lucky
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Winter is indeed a bitch. Thinking next year I'll get a beater (especially if I'm lowered).
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Sorry about the delay. I just haven't actually been outside in the daytime for the last few days

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Sorry about the delay. I just haven't actually been outside in the daytime for the last few days

Neat. Is that a custom job?

In any case, I played it safe and just removed it.

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It's actually one of those $20 eBay garbage seeming things that when you open the bag makes your house smell like cheap weed and rubber for a few hours. Just clean your bumper off, and they have double sided tape that holds nicely.

Mine has taken a lot of ice scrapes, has scraped on pavement a few times, and a raccoon. The bumper behind it has no damage from any of those incidents. (Not so much me being a poor driver as lowered life, and other people driving OVER things)
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That raccoon knew the risks. Acceptable losses.
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That raccoon knew the risks. Acceptable losses.
It's not safe to play dead on the road
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Nah, these cars are meant for winter!

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Fucking beautiful... I need to get HIDs soon... All the cool tuner guys have 'em
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What if I told you those are LEDs in the picture

HID are nice, but the heat up times kinda suck in cold weather. Which obviously you have so much of in Arizona.
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What if I told you those are LEDs in the picture

HID are nice, but the heat up times kinda suck in cold weather. Which obviously you have so much of in Arizona.
Yeah i have HID headlights but LED fog lights. I got them because my friend bought them and the would not fit in his Tohoe.

I just wish I didnt have to take the tire off to get them. Kind of annoying.


also my ballast is out on passenger side, but they are doing a warranty exchange, should get a new one in a week.
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You actually don't have to. I don't know why everyone goes the complicated route

Just remove the tray under the engine on the side you're working on. You can then easily reach inside. My tray is held on all by screws, so it takes maybe 2 min.
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maybe the MkI is different? You have a MkII


I thought I had checked to see if I could so that and I dont remember being able to. I know there are some screws but the width of the drop plate is wider than the bumper hole so I dont think I knew how to remove it.
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I push it up inside, turn it, and take it out on an angle
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You can also turn your wheel far left/right depending on which side you're working on and squeeze your hand through the splash guard...unless you've got gains...or are a fatty
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Put my radio in today. Took out the left vent because it was so busted up it was better off without. Waiting to see if I should shell out the $90 for two new ones or just wait for a 4G to pop up in a local yard...



Love this radio. Runs Android so I can install any app on it, has RGB leds in the buttons so I can match to the dash colors, and has all the bells and whistles like bluetooth, gps etc. and also set the boot logo to be the mitsubishi emblem!

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Put my radio in today. Took out the left vent because it was so busted up it was better off without. Waiting to see if I should shell out the $90 for two new ones or just wait for a 4G to pop up in a local yard...



Love this radio. Runs Android so I can install any app on it, has RGB leds in the buttons so I can match to the dash colors, and has all the bells and whistles like bluetooth, gps etc. and also set the boot logo to be the mitsubishi emblem!
Neat. What'd that set you back?
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