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Old 08-07-2003, 12:37 PM   #1
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Default Wash, Wax, and New LeBra.

It was so nice out side yesterday I couldn't resist cleaning my car. I washed and waxed it and to my supprise my LeBra came in yesterday also, what great timing. Of course this set back my work on my ram air but it was worth it. So now since cardomian is currently letting me upload pictures here are a few.





Well I spoke to soon. Cardomian is f#^$ed up again, I only got two pictures uploaded.

EDIT: Cardomani is working. Here are a few more. One thing I really like is the LeBra will act as a prefilter for my ram air when I finish it.






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Looking Sharp!

Let us know how the LeBra affects the paint in the coming months. I know there has been some big discussions on whether or not to wear a bra (mostly by men who say no, unless your front end is sagging in which case I would say yes..oh wait...nevermind..my mind wandered.)
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Looks sharp indeed. But the bra shouldn't harm the paint. If it'* installed right (which it looks like it is) and taken off routinely to clean everything, you should be fine.
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Agreed. Regular cleaning and maintenace.

Meh, I'm goin with the acrylic option for the hood and headlamps.
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Looking good man... very good!!!
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Cardomain is running, posted a few more pics in first post.

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Meh, I'm goin with the acrylic option for the hood and headlamps.
I would like to go with the acrylic option for my headlamps but they have a couple of bumps that stick out so it might be had to get the clear to stick without cutting holes around the little bumps.

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Let us know how the LeBra affects the paint in the coming months. I know there has been some big discussions on whether or not to wear a bra....
I don't think I will have much of a problem with my paint. I plan on taking it off when I wash it and letting it dry before I put it back on. Also my car is pretty light, I have seen some darker cars that the paint under the bra looked a lot better than the paint that wasn't but I have only seen this on dark cars. Also I am not sure anybody has read the instructions for a LeBra but it states not to use any kinda special cleaners on it because it could damage it and not let it breath like it is suppost to.
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Looks nice. I like the backwards "Bonneville" banner/sticker in the windshield.
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thats str8 piamppp! ..nice job bro.
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The acrylic for the headlamps may come with holes in it for the bumps on the lights. But you can also cut them out yourself, or an installer. That'* just what I heard from someone who does it in ON.

I want to go with that stuff for my hood too. I like the look with my hood protector, but I don't want to take it off, put it back on....over and over. Jim'* dad has it on his Jetta, and it looks nice, can't notice at all. And his headlamps are sweet too
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Want pics?

I can do that
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