Small Photo Shoot 3/17/14

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  1. sleepn_sn95

    sleepn_sn95 Well-Known Member

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    Tried to go out and do a little photo shoot today but the camera wasnt really cooperating with me so I just got a couple that turned out decent
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    Larger files http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/

    And yes I need to polish the exhaust, I am lazy
     
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    That first pic is great! The gold wheels and that stance are really nice on your car.
     
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    Orange 94 Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    Love the car, great stance.

    What are you using in the rear? Thats the stance I want but a bit higher to match my front. Those are 10 inch wheels right? Should be same spec as mine? What size tires on rear?
     
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    DAT STANCE AND ASS. Looks sick man. I would have painted the centers black to match ur car and don silver writing to match ur lugs/lip/caliper.
     
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    Very nice! I can't wait for summer, my GT is buried under mounds of snow in its winter storage facility.
     
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    Thanks man! I really like how that first one turned out

    Thanks! The rear springs are similar to eibach prokits with 1.5-2 (not really sure, I just kept cutting) coils cut and MM adj lca's as low as they'll go. Wheels are 18x10's with 295/35/18's. Fenders are rolled and it still has the quad shocks. No rubbing or scraping yet

    Thanks dude! I tried black and didnt really like it. Im still not sure if I like the silver but it blends in a little bit better

    Thank you. I just got mine out from winter storage a few days ago
     
  7. Orange 94

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    So you are using adj lca, perfect. Seems like your setup is exactly what I've been thinking minus the coil cutting. I dont have quads though.

    Your offset should be the same as mine, no spacers?
    Do the fenders need to be rolled?
     
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    Yeah offsets should be the same if its like all the other replicas. 18x10 +22
    No spacers and I also forgot to mention no isos all around

    I would suggest rolling the fenders if going this low to avoid chopping up the tires
     
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    Did they ever NOT scrape before lowering to the lowest position on the LCA's. I have the MM LCA adjustable too and was wondering since mine are only at mid point, if they would scrape. I don't want to roll fenders, if I plan on getting 18' wheels! Your thoughts?
     
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    When I had it at this height unrolled it rubbed on the inner fender maybe once or twice but that was only going up a very steep driveway. I never had any other troubles with it. It will depend on your wheel/tire size and how low you are to really tell how close it will be
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    Is it just the tire width causing rubbing? Think a 285 would rub?
     
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    [MENTION=10867]sleepn_sn95[/MENTION] Is there only rubbing with the rears? ( lol he said rubbing rears...LOL)
     
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    It may be a little better with a 285. Mine have only ever rubbed while going up steep inclines and that was before the rolling

    Yeah just the rears. Although one of my front fender liners sorta fell out one day so I dont really have those anymore
     
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    So much freakin tits. Gahhhh
     
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    Cool thanks for the info...
     
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    The brick wall makes it.
     
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    Thanks man! You know how much I like your car. You and [MENTION=15502]Ferocious[/MENTION] are my inspiration

    Thanks! This is probably one of my new favorite locations
     
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    awesome pics! love the stance
     
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    Now I know what I would want my car to look like If I got a coupe.

    That brick wall was a nice choice, it brings out those tailights.
    Apart from maybe needing a tiny spacer in the rear, I think it's absolutely perfect. Nice job dude! :thumbsup:
     
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    Thanks!

    Thanks man! Plans for this summer are 5/8" spacers front and rear and a 96-98 cobra hood and that should be it