homeslicej2 wrote:I'm more subdued in my approach, so I'd paint the calipers Silver with black lettering or just plain black. I think the silver/black would match your wheels nicely. I've got a white car with black wheels (hey, they were on clearance lol) so I painted the calipers black to match. I think the gold would look odd on with your dark green paint and silver wheels. That's just my opinion, do whichever you find the most aesthetically pleasing to your eye.
danshaz82 wrote:z32 brakes huh? movin up in the world i see
Razi wrote:THERE IS NO PEPE SILVIA!
the a3k wrote:and by the way, not only is pepe silvia real, him and everyone else have been complaining about the mail they didnt get
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did you try beating it while turning the key?
krash wrote:Loooks shiny! I'm hoping to get rear calipers and lines tomorrow. The z32 at the junkyard had wheel locks on the back, so I'm going back with a tool tomorrow. All I'd need then is rotors and bmc! I love this kind of stuff
Tsukiko wrote:I know right? I got an FC and *poof*'d.
I think it may be time for another 240 though, hopefully a coupe.
Driftnaut wrote:I love the way your car looks it's just so clean, almost an oem+ look with the z wheels
Tsukiko wrote:Hey Razi, Just a thought I wanted to share concerning your radiator spray mod. It's mostly for drifting though. A friend of mine sent the same extra line to his rear wheel wells and used it to spray his tires. Since the main enemy of tire wear is the heat, it has two benefits (especially if you aren't boosted yet):
1. Cools your tires. Cool tires= longer lasting tires=more drift fun. My buddy had back to back to back runs on one set of tires while we were all changing ours like noobs.
2. lessens your rear tires' grip. Just when we were all watching and thinking "here comes a clutch kick or ebrake pull", it didnt happen. He just kept going like his coupe had something beefier than the stock DE.
Plus, surprisingly, he wasnt leaving water all over the skidpad.