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    Quote Originally Posted by brokenspeed View Post
    I gotcha. I'm still a little confused as to how the rear arches are since you said you can't really roll them. But, still looking forward to seeing it come together !


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    I will take some pictures to reference what I am referring to when I get the car back and have the rear wheels off the car.
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    Cool. I'm just curious lol


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    Ok boys and girls, time to update this thread.

    The paint wasn't in the best condition even after having the paint correction done (it had clearcoat failure in a few spots and pretty heavy oxidation that couldn't be fixed) so I decided to mix things up a little bit and have the car dipped to hold me over. I'm not completely sold on the dip.......it looks crazy good rolling and in certain lighting it looks amazing........but it's by no means permanant. I am actually planning to have the car resprayed the original black color in August just in time for H20i. Wanting to get this thing looking like it did the day it rolled off the assembly line.....only much lower.

    I am going to be tweaking my coilovers a little bit next weekend (I wanted to do it this coming weekend but there is shows/meets all weekend so it'll have to wait) and the car should be coming down rougly another inch. Right now the coilovers are maxed out but I am still running my adjustment rings. Not locking rings.....these cars have funky suspension setups so you'd have to see them to understand what I am referring to....lol. I will almost certainly have to modify my fenders a bit more to achieve this given the fact that i'm not really running much of a stretch. I am also going to be adding a 5mm spacer to the rear to get my rear to sit a little bit more aggressively. Lastly also having custom front/side splitters made next month.......so after I lower the car a smidge more combined with the front/side splitters I should be back to street sweeper status in no time.

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    Love it.


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    Looks really good! I can't wait to see it with the splitters.
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    So awesome. Fresh flavor to the game I love it
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    The dip looks like it turned out really good! I like that color.

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    Thanks everyone. It's still got a long ways to go before i'm completely satisfied with it.....but I've only had it a few months so far so i'm pretty satisfied with my progress thus far. I just can't wait for moar lowz because right now it's still way too high for my taste.
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    Here are a few more shots in better lighting so you can have a better idea of the color.

    And seriously.......I CAN'T WAIT to get bigger rear spacers and to lower the car another inch or so. It looks good as is but is just not aggressive enough for me!



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    looks good now,gonna look better lower with those big ass spacers. But hows that exhaust sounding i dont think ive ever heard a crossfire exhaust lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by triple_0_gee View Post
    looks good now,gonna look better lower with those big ass spacers. But hows that exhaust sounding i dont think ive ever heard a crossfire exhaust lol
    I just had a custom axle-back done for now so it's actually pretty quiet. Can't even tell it has an exhaust at idle but it sounds pretty smooth/crisp under load.
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    why so rad!!!

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    I guess it's about time I update this thread huh?

    So what's new?

    -I removed the adjustment rings from the front coilovers and the collars from the rears.
    -I had my front fenders rolled and my rears "massaged" and hammered.
    -Added a bigger spacer in the rear making my final setup a 19x10 +0
    -Had Custom Functionz build me custom front/side splitters for dat lip low lyfeeeeeee sonnnnn.

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    What's next?

    -My headliner is drooping like a mofo on my passenger side so a black microsuede headliner is next up.
    -I am having the car painted Mercedes Benz Obsidian Black Metallic in August. When I do this I am also shaving the front and rear Chrysler badges, having the hood notch and holes filled.
    -After paint i'll be buying the knock-off Mopar rear diffuers (the Mopar ones haven't been produced in years) & the European market side markers.
    -Then maybe some more power ish? (pulley + bigger heat exchanger + re-tune?)

    Thanks for looking!
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    So awesome. Glad to see this coming together ! I love it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by brokenspeed View Post
    So awesome. Glad to see this coming together ! I love it.


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    Thanks man! Still a long ways to go!
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    Hey, I think I saw you pull into the Panda Junction meet last sunday, maybe? I was talking to someone and I yelled out "hey those guys are from WFC!". The person driving a dark colored TSX (I think) behind you (or your twin) quick turned around to see who said it. I wanted to meet up with some WFC people there, but no one I had a chance to talk to was from this forum, or they just didn't mention it. Oh well hah.

    Car is looking great! I'm diggin' those front and side splitters.

    Quote Originally Posted by OSSHWA View Post
    What's next?
    -I am having the car painted Mercedes Benz Obsidian Black Metallic in August. When I do this I am also shaving the front and rear Chrysler badges, having the hood notch and holes filled.
    Nice! Are you planning on painting the front A pillar "windshield frame" to match as well? or keeping that Chrysler flavor?


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    I love this car
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleantune View Post
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    Hey, I think I saw you pull into the Panda Junction meet last sunday, maybe? I was talking to someone and I yelled out "hey those guys are from WFC!". The person driving a dark colored TSX (I think) behind you (or your twin) quick turned around to see who said it. I wanted to meet up with some WFC people there, but no one I had a chance to talk to was from this forum, or they just didn't mention it. Oh well hah.

    Car is looking great! I'm diggin' those front and side splitters.



    Nice! Are you planning on painting the front A pillar "windshield frame" to match as well? or keeping that Chrysler flavor?


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    Thanks, and yeah I was there on Sunday. I'm planning to keep the a-pillars silver because I've grown so used to it and it's kind of a unique feature to the car.

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    Wow, looks sick with the splitters!

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    I don't know how I didn't see this earlier. I've always liked these cars and thought they were horribly underrated. Glad to see someone doing awesome stuff. Keep it up!

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