Car Modification Thread

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  1. lsalapare

    lsalapare Well-Known Member

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    Weww! Who cares if you got a cheap bolt cap when you're driving a Porsche. Lol
     
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    Lol hear me out The stock bolts were zinc coated and was ugly af when fitted to the graphite wheels. Black bolts cost P600 each, P12,000 a set. eBay search led me to these cheap caps. I'm a happy (cheap) camper.
     
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    Hi folks. Anyone here using HUDs like Navdy or Carloudy. Taking into consideration the ADDA law, is it legal in the first place?
     
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    Someday, mine will grow like this Monster...the truck, please, the truck...
     
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    That's a lot of extra weight! =)
     
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    One thing I find annoying with A/Ts & mud tires, small stones gets collected in between the grooves. I end up removing the one by one.
     
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    I upgraded my stock horn, which is just a single 400Hz horn. I put two pairs of PIAA Superbass horns. They sound great. No need to press and hold the horn to warn others. A light tap is loud enough for a warning to other cars and pedestrians on the road.

    I, also, recently changed my stock halogen lights to Philips White Vision halogens. I love the warm-white beam. It's around 3900 to 4300 Kelvin temperature. To me, they're perfect for visibility and style. (Auto white balance on the iPhone made it look like a 5000 Kelvin bulb. It's not.)

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    I also changed the map lights and dome lights of the interior of the FJ with LED lights. Now those are really bright and really white. LOL!

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    In essence, the FJ is still bone stock. I'm planning to upgrade the tires because the stock Dunlop AT22's struggles a little when tackling off-road trails with mud and lahar.

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