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Frostman
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by Frostman » Thu Dec 03, 2009 6:08 pm
smurfdude50 wrote:I'm not married yet, nor engaged, but soon ;) I've been with my girl for almost 9 years now, no kids but we do have a pup.


puppy = married lol

 

andrew88
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by andrew88 » Thu Dec 03, 2009 6:28 pm
lol yes it does. a few of the guys at my work had to get puppies and now they are "married".

 

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by Viperoni » Thu Dec 03, 2009 8:47 pm
Nothing crazy going on here, grinding away at work (got some big projects going on), doing a few things to the NX.

I've got some ATE grooved brake rotors for the rear on order from Crappy, looking to get some front poly bushings (offset control arm bushing to help caster and swaybar bushings) and I need to get an alignment for it badly.
Also looking to get some winters for it. Not 100% sure I'll get them, but probably.

I'm also redoing the stereo. I've got another sub amp on the way, so I'll have 2x400 watts for the subs and 4x50 for the front stage.
Might be doing something different than the 2x12's I've got now... I'm looking for a bit more bass :twisted:
3x12's or 2x15's would do the trick.

Did a few things to the GF's Malibu, tinted her tails (properly redded the amber part and then tinted the whole tail), a bit darker than my liking, but I was doing it in my basement with a single 100w light bulb lol. Came out pretty decent, but it definetly need a proper clearcoat from a gun.
I also got her ATE grooved rotors for the front (originals are warped), and she's got some rear struts and front strut mounts waiting to go on.



Congrats again to you and Kenny, Sarah!

 

Frostman
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by Frostman » Thu Dec 03, 2009 9:03 pm
I work at a crappy right now and it was a bitch trying to get rotors... ended up sourcing out to NAPA. Mind you I went for the monroes. ATE's are on sale this week though. Good price.

 

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by Viperoni » Thu Dec 03, 2009 9:10 pm
Frostman wrote:ATE's are on sale this week though. Good price.


that's why I bought em :lol: 8)

I used to only buy chinese crap rotors for the turd, but I got a deal on some EBC dimpled + slotted ones for the front in the spring, and I love how they dont get affected by water, so I got the ATE's for the rear now.

 

andrew88
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by andrew88 » Thu Dec 03, 2009 10:21 pm
I am trying some Canadian cross drilled ones right now. Cant remember the name but so far so good.

Speaking of Chinese brakes.. Seems International uses Chinese brake rotors, did brake job the other day (original brakes) and the rotors had large spots that were pitted and missing material. There was sections of the rotor separating due to a very poor blending of the metals.. yikes!

 

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by GHSTRIDR » Thu Dec 03, 2009 10:32 pm
blazinsc1 wrote:congrats kenny and sarah!!!! i walk the plank next november as well scary thought lol but congrats ta the both of u!!!


So you finally set a date eh...thats awsome! We are getting married on 10-10-10!

 

blazinsc1
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by blazinsc1 » Fri Dec 04, 2009 4:48 pm
lol yea i thought it was time i actually step up, thats an awsome date 10-10-10 thats wicked!! congrats again!!!!

 

01saturnsc1
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by 01saturnsc1 » Wed Dec 09, 2009 12:22 pm
Viperoni wrote:Nothing crazy going on here, grinding away at work (got some big projects going on), doing a few things to the NX.

I've got some ATE grooved brake rotors for the rear on order from Crappy, looking to get some front poly bushings (offset control arm bushing to help caster and swaybar bushings) and I need to get an alignment for it badly.
Also looking to get some winters for it. Not 100% sure I'll get them, but probably.

I'm also redoing the stereo. I've got another sub amp on the way, so I'll have 2x400 watts for the subs and 4x50 for the front stage.
Might be doing something different than the 2x12's I've got now... I'm looking for a bit more bass :twisted:
3x12's or 2x15's would do the trick.

Did a few things to the GF's Malibu, tinted her tails (properly redded the amber part and then tinted the whole tail), a bit darker than my liking, but I was doing it in my basement with a single 100w light bulb lol. Came out pretty decent, but it definetly need a proper clearcoat from a gun.
I also got her ATE grooved rotors for the front (originals are warped), and she's got some rear struts and front strut mounts waiting to go on.



Congrats again to you and Kenny, Sarah!










heres new set up currently being coverred and cleaned up[/img]
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Viperoni
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by Viperoni » Wed Dec 09, 2009 11:51 pm
Not bad, that's what, about 4cf? probably goes off pretty well in a turd :)

 

01saturnsc1
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by 01saturnsc1 » Thu Dec 10, 2009 8:43 am
ur about right on the calculations actually lol it does get down pretty good i have them in my lexus im gonna upgrade subs eventually these subs are temp the box is here 2 stay though lol

 

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by wgnbrnrinc » Tue Feb 23, 2010 5:53 pm
congrats guys
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