RR's '99 coupe EX-L

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  1. RedRyder

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    Did some general cleaning on the engine bay, there are so many things I would like to replace or paint like brackets, housings, etc. I was putting on some dress up bolts and realized I'm attracting attention to areas that don't look all that great. :lawl: Changed the oil too, got a 5qt jug of STP 5W-20 and filter for under $20...thanks Autozone.


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    puzzlemaster94 6GA Connoisseur

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    Where'd you get the dress up bolts?


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    ^MPC tent at summer IA. Haggled with the guy a bit and got $12 off.
     
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    Looks good.. I gotta put some love under the hood too.
     
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    Looks good.
     
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    Really needs a wire tuck but there's so much crap everywhere I don't know where to begin. Maybe around the battery, there's just a wad of **** hanging between it and the coolant hose. :lawl:
     
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    It looks great. I did just a small wire tuck on mine, it wasn't to hard. Start with the 2 sids bay harnesses, they are the easiest
     
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    Man that cruise control cable is longer. I'm debating taking the easy way out and try something like this [​IMG]

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    Washed it yesterday. I wish my paint looked as good dry as it does wet. Or even close. :lawl: Big difference with the tree reflection on the hood, albeit the pics are in different lighting. Still planning to take the car somewhere for a full paint detail and correction.


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    Thanks for the advice, can you be more specific on what harnesses you are referring to?

    Yea that CC cable is one of the main offenders.

    Hmm weld in giant metal plates. How hard can it be? :lawl: The one in front of the radiator looks really good actually. I remember someone bought a plate or had one made for that location, it has a specific name I think. Might have been RussianRed...
     
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    Sketch o5 Señor Greengo

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    haha i used to say the same thing with my last accord :lawl:
     

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