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  • My Custom Fiberglass setup

    I've been working on this for a lot time now, and finally have it finished. I don't have any pictures of the CarPC installed yet cause I havent gotten that far since I tore the car apart....but basically, I had a typical subwoofer box setup and a ****ty bezel with my LCD screen. I decided to redo it all....here are a couple pictures (this is on a 1996 3000GT VR4, you can see a TON more pictures including a walkthrough DIY on how I did my fiberglass enclosures on my website www.MyVR4.net)

    Old Bezel with LCD:



    New bezel with LCD:



    What my hatch looked like before:



    ...and what it looks like now:







    Also, this is what my car looked like before:



    and this is what it looks like now (crappy picture):


  • #2
    Nice improvement!
    Blown, intercooled and on juice? That thing must haul, eh!?

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    • #3
      While the quality looks very good, I'm just not a fan of the paint. The before pics of the exterior are more my style. (minus the Lambo's) But then again, opinions are like a-holes...

      Now lets see the PC installed!
      Play with it, 'til it's broke.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by WuNgUn View Post
        Nice improvement!
        Blown, intercooled and on juice? That thing must haul, eh!?
        Twin 15g's, Juice and Methanol...I've got more liquid going into my intake than air!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by thekl0wn View Post
          While the quality looks very good, I'm just not a fan of the paint. The before pics of the exterior are more my style. (minus the Lambo's) But then again, opinions are like a-holes...

          Now lets see the PC installed!
          I agree that when i did the before paint it was nice color and crisp...but i needed something more...I needed something to help me out at some car shows, like HIN...etc. It's a torn metal over a cement type texture....different, but I liked both ways I did it. I can always repaint next year

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