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Old 01-23-2009, 04:55 AM   #1
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i did this last October but just now got around to posting the pics. i'm going to work on ducts for the rear brakes next month.

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With a little more effort and clean up this is a very good project i might do on my civic coupe . nice job bro .
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looks really good. im thinking about doing something similar when i put my motorklasse bumper on, except that i dont wanna lose the air inlet for the intake
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good work man... what materials you use???
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good work man... what materials you use???
I should try this on my bumper now. Im lazy tho...
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wow thats pretty good idea...
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good work man... what materials you use???
i got the hose from Pegasus http://www.pegasusautoracing.com/pro...p?Product=3620

the rest of the materials were just left over material i had laying around, 2.5" stainless pipes, sheet metal, rivet gun, duck tape, zip ties and stainless hose claps.
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rice 4 life I saw your website and I must say I'm impressed man you have done some pretty cool stuff with your cars, especially the s2k. Does that roll bar fit if you put a hard top?
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rice 4 life I saw your website and I must say I'm impressed man you have done some pretty cool stuff with your cars, especially the s2k. Does that roll bar fit if you put a hard top?
the roll bar was design to fit under any hard top, OEM or after market. it is the only roll bar that is recommended for track duty, other than a custom roll bar.
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That's pretty damn slick!
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looks good
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