Featured INDstyle A90 Supra Build Thread

Discussion in 'Showroom - Pics/Videos and Build Journals' started by iND-Distribution, Dec 13, 2019.

  1. iND-Distribution

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    We weren't anticipating falling in love with something that's not (entirely) a BMW, but here we are. Looking forward to having some fun with this thing :D

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    Can't wait for this :love:
     
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    Installed some goodies over the weekend. Replaced the stock front and rear reflectors with IND paint matched ones, some Future Classic wheel spacers, Future Classic titanium wheel stud kit, and 3D Design Japan carbon shift paddle set.


    The painted reflectors are a super subtle difference especially on a bright red car, definitely cleans up the look though.

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    The Future Classic wheel spacers provided a huge aesthetic improvement. We did 12mm on the front and 15mm in the rear, 80mm titanium studs. Really looking forward to lowering this thing a bit.

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    The 3D Design shift paddles feel great. Much more surface area over the tiny stock paddles, solid shift feel. Accent colors on the carbon set are available in silver or red, decided with red to bring a bit of the exterior color inside.

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    Just one item today. Swapped the stock black mirror covers for a new set painted in Renaissance Red. Could consider this a reverse modification.. undoing something that the OE manufacturers consider an aesthetic bonus of some sort. I much prefer the body color to the black.

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  5. Powerbeast

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    Hey guys!!!!!! Looking great.
     
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    I love the paddle shifters
     
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    Haven't updated in a while, the flu is rough this year! Did a few things over the past few weeks.

    Brought the car over to AMS Performance for a quick dyno session. Downpipes, BM3 Stage 2, and stock intake vs Eventuri intake.

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    Stock intake, AMS catless downpipe, BM3 stage 2.
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    Eventuri intake, AMS catless downpipe, BM3 stage 2.

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    Swapped the silver stop button out for red, because why not? :)

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    Swapped the silver stop button out for red, because why not? :)

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    Got mine in the mail. How do you swap the button out?? You have an install video of actually removing the original button or anything?
     
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    Got mine in the mail. How do you swap the button out?? You have an install video of actually removing the original button or anything?[/QUOTE]

    We used a little blob of sticky-tac type material. Pressed it on and pulled the stock button right out. New button clicked right in.

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    Where would one acquire such a blob?
     
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    Looks like one can be added on for a few bucks from their website :) its called "the extractor" and comes as an add on
     
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    The people who took apart their dash to install this are rolling in their grave right now haha

    We used a little blob of sticky-tac type material. Pressed it on and pulled the stock button right out. New button clicked right in.



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    That must be a new add on. Didn't see that on there before. :)
     
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    Most likely, anyways now I'm 10x more likely to buy it
     
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