Don't we all?E7-S14 wrote:gah, wonder what its like to live in Ballerville everyday...
Mainly because of time...... I don't have the time to type out a long thread with a hundred pictures. So I figured I would space it out here and there. However, you are right, I'll give another update!laxands13 wrote:but damn, why only one update per day?!
If you click on my blog link in my sig you will see for yourself. My last blog post just so happens to be a flashback of all of the wheels I have owned, when I owned them and what the specs were. Hell, I'll make it easy for you:Black on Gold wrote:Didn't you already have SP1's on the car before?
E7-S14 wrote:gah, wonder what its like to live in Ballerville everyday...
I'm also 36 years old I'm sure you guys will be more baller status than me once you get to that age.USAF_S13 wrote:wish i was baller status
LOL, thanks man! Actually, there are no rattles or squeaks. I am very impressed with it. It has 140,000 miles on the chassis. My good friend bought it about 7 years ago when it was completely stock.... it was in pristine condition when he bought it.Metal Angel wrote:Are there any gross old parts on your car? I mean... it's an S13. It is a damn old car. There is never any part of your car that looks old in your pictures. Also, all the rest of our S13s all have creaks, rattles, and sqeaks as we drive down even the smoothest roads. Does your's do that at all? I sort of imagine it sounding like a brand new infinity on the inside (although your exhaust has to be pretty loud)
It wasn't that bad..... I was probably at work doing it for 8 hours or so. You also have to realize that there is setup time for resin and filler. So I would try to work on one fender while the resin or filler was drying on the other. So actual labor/work time I would say 6 hours.laxands13 wrote:wow. how much time did that take you? looks awesome though!
Yes, I make clusters. I don't sell gauges though. Do you already have the gauges, HUD etc.? If so, then it's $700 to do the cluster, HUD molded in the steering shroud and then the 3 gauges in the center vent area with rock solid mounting system. Email me if you have anymore questions. Most people get sticker shock when I throw out prices.... but that's actually really cheap for custom labor.lemon wrote:hey man, im just wondering if you would and how much it would cost....say i shipped you my gauge cluster/steering wheel covers/pieces ect ect...would ya set me up with a custom set up like yours? and if so how much would it cost
Correct, $700 is just for labor and fabrication materials.lemon wrote:so its 700 + cost of gauges + cost of hud ? thats not to bad, im in the middle of trying to sell my sbc top end kit i have, then i'll hit you up
For real. It's a crying shame that no one in the US sells a ventless 20mm fender set that actually fits.Travisty wrote:The vents on widebody kits are something that bothers me often also, looking forward to seeing what the finished product looks like.