Looks good, It helps to spray the rivets with some Quick Spray Wax or Detailer Spray before installing them.Installed Burger spacers and they’re perfect at 13mm front, 15mm rear. Also installed the ZL1 rock guards and I’m liking how they look. I just managed to destroy most of the plastic rivets so they’re on there kinda sketch until I can get more.
Got Eibach Euro Z4 springs ordered since it’s my daily and don’t want it slammed, so a moderate drop is enough for me.
Also have AMS downpipe ordered, but I’m still deciding if I wanna Jb4 it until the ECU is unlocked.
Taking it in for paint correction and full front PPF on Wednesday.
Let there be light!!!Over the weekend I installed a light strip in the dash in an attempt to introduce some ambient lighting in the Supra's rather dark and gloomy interior. I'm pretty happy with the results, the curve at the end matches the HUD's orange line.
I can't adjust the brightness but it's not as bright as the pics indicate, so it works without being intrusive even at night. At the moment I'm using the fuse for the cigarett lighter socket (same as my dashcam) so it stays on for 6 minutes after leaving the car, I need to find a better fuse and tap into it when I have some more time.
I also installed the two "leftover" door lights (they were replaced with GR Supra puddle lights) in the center console behind the seats, one on each side. They are hooked up the the front foot well lights and turn on and off when the doors are opened, sorry about the crappy pic but I forgot to take a better one once I finished
I like it. Everything comes together including the stripes. Nice job.Thank you!
It's just Maxton V2 front, V1 sides n rear spats..they've all been wrapped in satin vinyl...
With an Aimgain rear wing color matched..
The look isn't for everyone but I think it looks pretty good...