thats a nice ass job puttin it together from scrap
This dynamat kit I used is supposed to be used in that way. They also have a kit that you need to stick everywhere which is a bit cheaper.tinkx1 said:have u noticed much difference with the dynamat and is it worth it? and i noticed u didnt apply to much dynamat to different areas. btw nice work
:werd:booyaolian said:that paint looks amazing.
i hate the wing and the tails.
It's all the question of taste, I wanted it looks smooth that's why we modified front and rear bumpers as well. In my opinion in 'Al... Most.. Done..' you need to make some changes to bumpers as well, especially the rear one. Althoug it is already looks impressive, respect.BHam00GT-S said::werd:
Also, I like the widebodies where you can easily tell how it's flared out. Check out my readers' rides threads... The latest one is 'Al... Most.. Done..' That's how I like widebodies
There no special use of that plate other than cosmetic, there was too much empty space after removing stock filter, so imo I had to cover it.jlitman said:Absolutely gorgeous color :bowdown:; I think the tails work well with the whole set-up. My only humble suggestion is to consider going wingless -- otherwise, that is pretty much flawless! Great work! Beautiful!
Curious, what's up with that metal plate over the intake? Is it meant to be a heat shield or simply to keep the intake from denting the underside of the hood?
One other suggestion: Paint the grill on the front bumper black
I'm not on the continent bro, this is not just the paint with code, this is silver metallic with flakes and then orange ink (yes.. ink!)Royalcelica00 said:hey Freaking nice paint job.. are u in CA, where did u get the paint job can u hook me up?
Only the paint works cost me about 4000. everything alltogether around 15KRoyalcelica00 said:so how much did the pain job cost u... an arm and a leg?