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Old 30-03-2012, 04:55 PM
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How many crashes did you have in your other car?
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Old 30-03-2012, 04:57 PM
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How many crashes did you have in your other car?
2, both due to me driving like a tool and not to conditions.
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Cheers Jordie, my favorite too

Thanks for the advice, don't think I'm after that much HP at this point in time, just a nice daily. (plans may change down the track)

haha, I was down the Pub on Monday last swing, had my starters carton and a few leaving cartons to finish that night :S

In the process of booking skid pan as we speak, looking at mid April

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I've got an old school 4ch Apline at home I might reuse as it is a very good amp,

or this:
New Pioneer GM-6500F 4 Channel Bridgeable Car Amplifier | eBay

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Yeah go the alpine man and although sound stream look good you'd be better forking out a bit extra and putting some type r's in the front crossovers of course and some alpine type s 6" in the rears or even better nothing in the fears use the cash and sound deaden the shit out of the front doors and boot ; ) of course just an opinion do as you will look forward to picks any help I can be just ask : D
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I also noticed that there is water marks on the passenger front and back windows, I am assuming they are Bore water marks and will not budge...any suggestions for removing them?
Polish the glass same way you did your panels.

There are quite a few brands that make specific glass polish. The Autoglym stuff is fairly cheap/easy to get hold of and works well: Autoglym - car cleaning products, car care products, car valeting, car detailing
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Was thinking that, speaking to Kym a little while back, he usually left the rears stock and spent the extra $$ on some very good front splits and run them off the amp, the alpine at home is 50RMS per channel, so decent power to run some splits, Ill buy some sound deadening from Alberts as I got some there the last time for a good price - $200 for a whole boot kit
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Polish the glass same way you did your panels.

There are quite a few brands that make specific glass polish. The Autoglym stuff is fairly cheap/easy to get hold of and works well: Autoglym - car cleaning products, car care products, car valeting, car detailing
Cheers Adz, I was debating weather to use the same stuff I did on the headlights, I will give the Autoglym stuff a go tomorrow though

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Atm ive only got a whiteline 24mm adjustable rear sway bar with heavy duty endlinks & mounting kit.
I have the front but i havent gotten around to putting it in.
Its amazing the difference just the rear sway makes.
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Looks very nice mate, congrats on purchase
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It doesn't have a 2.2 Stroker and run a 10.58 1/4 mile on NOS but here it is regardless....
I like your "subtle poke" at a certain member

Jokes aside, nice car and nice future plans for it.
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Looks tidy after the polish!
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