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2010-08-05 03:33:45
Here's mine as it is right now, paint will be a winter project...

2010-08-05 04:05:59
^ Nice...Where in ny you at?
2010-08-05 04:37:58
Originally Posted by Prodrifter

2010-08-05 06:48:17
^^ yeah the stance is proper. it's amazing how a nice stance, along with decent wheels, and a subtle lip can do for sentra's of all years.
2010-08-06 05:47:19
ny5speed, that stance is sweet! You like those coilovers better than, say, progress coilovers? What about for dd purposes?
2010-08-07 01:02:50
Here's another. I might as well make a members rides thread. eh maybe next week.

2010-08-07 01:15:25
Originally Posted by sr20guy
^ Nice...Where in ny you at?

Thanks, I'm about 45min north of Binghamton.

Originally Posted by SE-Rtainlyb13
ny5speed, that stance is sweet! You like those coilovers better than, say, progress coilovers? What about for dd purposes?

I don't have any experience with the Progress coilovers but these handle great, they compare favorably with my AGX/Hyperco setup. They are a bit stiff for DD duty but I have the P10 for that job.
2010-08-10 01:46:32
Here are a few pics of my 92 SER. I recently painted it flat black using the Rustoleum/roller method. I don't think it turned out too badly. I'll be turning it into a track car so I wasn't expecting show car results. This way when I scrape it up a bit its no biggie and I can touch it up really easily.

2010-08-10 02:13:59
the paint job turned out all right, I just don't understand why people go flat black on their paint job.. i really just dont' get the whole thing..
2010-08-10 02:32:58
The front fenders, hood, and doors were from a maroon car (I think cherry pearl is the name), and the rest of the car was more of a true red (aztec red I think). The paint was in rough shape and the car has a lot of dents. The flat black helps to hide the dents a lot and I did a little bondo work on the rear passenger side fender. It looks way better than it used to and the price was right (under $30). It took me right around 20 hrs to do and hopefully it holds up alright.

Here was the spot that fender that I bondoed.

Oh yeah, the wheels are in the process of having the paint sanded off around the lips and I'm trying to polish the bare part. They had quite a bit of curbage and looked like hell. These will be the street wheels (16x7 Rota Torques). I have a set of 15x8 Matte Bronze 6ULs on the way for the track.
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