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Old 01-03-2004, 10:48 PM   #111
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Looks Great Man! The more I see it the more I want to do it.
I have a couple of mod'* planned for the spring like,
Subs, New Brakes & Rotors, Rear bumper painted, and maybe some
engine upgrades. Wanta see if I can get my SE to run faster than
a SSEi.
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Old 01-04-2004, 12:29 AM   #112
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Wanta see if I can get my SE to run faster than
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Ahem....no...Well stock maybe....maybe....
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Old 02-06-2004, 03:09 AM   #113
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Thinking about clearing my tail lights tomarrow gents. Been looking at Mremer'* and P-dads pics all day. Went out and bought a panel popper and some chrome spray paint to mist the bulbs oh and some silicon too.

How do you guys like the look of the rear now that you've had the rear cleared for some time? I know Mremer is pushing me hard, what about you P-dad?
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Old 02-06-2004, 03:13 AM   #114
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I havent had any troubles since I cleared them, I like the soft glow of the lights in the snow. If your doing the rears just remember it takes a bit of effort and a lot of dremel work. The fronts were a piece of cake
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Old 02-06-2004, 09:03 AM   #115
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I've washed the car several times, and it has rained her a bit. My primary concern was water was going to find a way in. Has'nt happened. When you do the dremelling, make sure you have a vacum cleaner handy so you can suck out all the loose particles from inside the light when you are done.


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Alright that'* enough to get me out there, going right now.

Going to take me extra time cause I got to take apart my whole stereo setup, can't get to the tail lights, got to drop my amps and crossovers, than take the walls down just to get to them. Time to get cracking.

Think it'* bad to spray paint my bulbs while it'* below freezing right now?
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Think it'* bad to spray paint my bulbs while it'* below freezing right now?
Do it in the bathroom with the fan on, it only takes a couple of quick shots, just enough to cover them.
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Good Idea.

So I got one done, not to bad just takes time.



Going to put everything back together tomarrow, Won't have finished pics for two weeks cause my parents are taking the camera on vaction, so I snaped this shot before the camera got packed up.

Whoo hoo, I'm # 3 for the clear tails!
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Wanta see if I can get my SE to run faster than
a SSEi.
Ahem....no...Well stock maybe....maybe....
If he had the motivation and/or $$$ it wouldn't be that tough. The L36 guys (not N/A of course) are doing as well, if not better, than a lot of the L67 guys. A CSC, Rockers, Headers, and a few other minor things, and you may want to move out of the way, because that SE would be making some SERIOUS power. Not to mention that once it has a CSC on it it has MUCH more potential than an L67 with the M90 because the M90 doesn't flow enough, so once you get into the mid-low 11'* you have to find other means of power adding, whereas the CSC flows plenty for mid-low 10'*, maybe even quicker.

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Lookin Good Taylor Half way there and no turning back
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