|Quote, originally posted by cyclops594 »|
|nice swap indeed. you get the lump from them JDM importers|
out of GA(IIRC)? how many miles? how do you like it so far?
wiring harness too?
Thanks! As far as the import i believe it was NGP / what ever the other outfit they worked with to import a few of these! It was original in a white mk3 variant once ngp had it! it traveled around pa for a bit with out being put in or ran. the block was free when i i checked it out so i figured lets give it a try and it was a long time in the making but otherwise the hardest is finding parts. i do like so far but i have yet to beat it due to not being registered or inspected.
|Quote, originally posted by watson »|
|damn man. such a clean mk2|
i'm in love with it
Thanks me too!
|Quote, originally posted by ratdub »|
|glad to see this car actually got built |
Hell yeah lots of hard work and extra long nights! oh yeah lots of blood, sweat, and beers!
|Quote, originally posted by tomdooley »|
|good chit where did you get the ABF from?|
Some guy out in the middle of Pa. i guess he wanted to put it in his mk3
|Quote, originally posted by steveo27 »|
|awesome! ive been waiting to see some cleaned up pics |
Yeah, how about it! I haven't taken many pics yet since the bath or the heat gunned trim which you can see the before and after below. i also got some front end stuff off it at the moment.
|Quote, originally posted by GreenGawker »|
|whats the size and specs on the wheels? |
car looks good
Thanks, the RS's are 033's 15x6.5 et 34 originally that are now 15x8.5 in the front and 15x9 in the rear. I believe the et now is something like 8 or 9 for the front and 3 or 4 for the rears if i understand that calculation.
Recent I took a heat gun to all my trim so it looks fresh again! here is how it went with a little before and after action on my rear bumper:
Modified by CalYPsoGLi12 at 12:30 AM 7-11-2009