pyaarawala's 98 Accord Coupe EX (56k no...)

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  1. pyaarawala

    pyaarawala Well-Known Member

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    I've been on this forum for a while now, but finally decided to make a member's ride thread now. Have had this car for almost 2 years now, and it's been through a lot.

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    Performance
    AEM Short Ram Intake
    OBX Type R 4-2-1 Header
    Magnaflow High-Flow Catalytic Converter
    Skunk2 Megapower Catback

    Suspension
    Omnipower Sport Full Coilover Setup dropped at approximately 3" all around (Stage 2 Slammed)
    Generic upper front mount strut bar

    Interior
    Some Sony Head Unit
    2 Pioneer 12" Subwoofers
    Sony Xplod 1200W amplifier
    Volfenhag Capacitor
    Infiniti Speakers all around

    Cosmetic

    Xenon Front Lip (modded to fit coupe)
    Xenon Side Skirts (modded to fit coupe)
    Wings West Rear Lip
    Generic OEM Carbon Fiber Hood
    VIS Carbon Fiber Trunk
    Zen Fuzion 17" Racing Wheels
    S2000 Retrofit: s2k projectors, e46 shrouds, toyota denso ballasts, phillips 4300k d2s bulbs, blackhoused
    15 percent tints all around
    6thgenaccord.com decals :rock:

    Now for the pics. Here's how it sits right now.

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    This 7thgen belongs to the one who installed my coilovers. One clean 7thgen.

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    Not exactly the best pics or camera, but I try.

    A couple of old pics of my car from the Springfield, MA meet in 2007.

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    Future Plans: Painted lip kit (maybe even re-paint the entire car oem taffetta white), 5spd swap.
     
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  2. Bee Dizzle

    Bee Dizzle Well-Known Member

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    :):):):)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! llooks so dope now man
     
  3. pyaarawala

    pyaarawala Well-Known Member

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    wtf? i can't see the pics though

    edit- it was my stupid firefox, works for IE
     
  4. CG6Lemon

    CG6Lemon Detailing Enthusiast

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    lol nice, btw i can see the pics.
     
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    BadgerType Resident ***hole

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    very nice mang




    i would suggest paint the mirrors and maybe try something different with the tails
     
  6. pyaarawala

    pyaarawala Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, but I like the OEM tails. I initially wanted to just smoke them instead of black them out like before, but I didn't like it when I smoked them. So I just acetoned it back to OEM.
     
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    all red maybe?
     
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    pyaarawala Well-Known Member

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    Hmm, it is red. Never seen it more red? :thinking:
     
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    wuts acetoned? I think i might need this so i can redo my taillights. =]
     
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    pyaarawala Well-Known Member

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    100 percent acetone available at any auto store. You can use it on your tail lights to remove the paint (if it was blacked out or smoked)
     

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