Operation: TooLow Build Thread (56k)

ChrisPuh_Gone

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Lol I'm trying to make my car unique and get some good ratings from the OGs here hopefully.

The Honda store! My dads the service manager there just took my rim went to the parts room and they just gave them to me for free

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Well you're def on the right track! And thats awesome, thanks for the info!
 

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Since it was a nice day finally got my visors put on. Took it on the freeway and everything held up nice let's hope when it rains it does the same.

Updated mods list.

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Finally got my Jtc short shifter installed. Love it!

Also my NRG strut bar is in
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Don't mind the rust Lol! Updated mods list

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Shifter looks good, and cool that it matches the steering wheel. Though the two shades of woodgrain in there would bother me lol.
 

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Shifter looks good, and cool that it matches the steering wheel. Though the two shades of woodgrain in there would bother me lol.

Hasn't bothered me yet Lol is there another woodgrain trim lighter or any way I can make it lighter?

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There are woodgrain kits that apply over your OEM pieces, you could try to find one that matches the shifter/wheel. But if it doesn't bother you just leave it alone.
 

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There are woodgrain kits that apply over your OEM pieces, you could try to find one that matches the shifter/wheel. But if it doesn't bother you just leave it alone.

Yea it doesn't bother me for now might try your idea later

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You might be able to sand the shift knob somehow, restain it darker, and reseal it? Just an idea...
 
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