DIY Mods under $25

SykVSyx

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$25 or less -
"Garage Door Lip" from Home Depot
Spray On Bed Liner - for those interested in going for a 'rough finish' look for smaller parts

$25 - $100 -
Intake (Cold Air/Short Ram)
Paint interior trim pieces
Door Panel inserts
 

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$25 or less -
"Garage Door Lip" from Home Depot
Spray On Bed Liner - for those interested in going for a 'rough finish' look for smaller parts

$25 - $100 -
Intake (Cold Air/Short Ram)
Paint interior trim pieces
Door Panel inserts

"garage door lip"?... what is that?
 

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I wrote a DIY on V6P about how to reduce the wiggle of your exhaust.
 

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Cable Tie the shifter cables together for those with Stick Shift??
(gives the gear shifts a more direct and solid feel)
 

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adding to the HD theme...don't know about you guys, but i have some panels that resonate or vibrate (because of the stereo and because its an old car). grab some door/window insulation on a roll...one side is sticky, one side is not. its like double-sided foam tape.

just be aware that the tape side will leave residue behind so put it on the side that would be easier to clean or have fewer consequences from being sticky.

places i've used it:
-the door pulls/switch panels on the front doors (speaker resonance)
-that panel behind the rear seats, where the seat latch goes into (broken clips/broken holes for clips, thanks honda :rolleyes:)
-the rear deck "cardboard" anywhere it contacts the metal, especially on the "front" side. THAT thing is annoying.
-a few other spots that are specific to my stereo install...around the speaker baffles, anywhere wood touches metal...etc.

HOLD THE PHONE!!

what is this?
no. just because you can, doesn't mean you should.
 
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