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Old 01-13-2010, 04:15 PM   #1
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Icon2 EXTREMELY HARD TO FIND JDM PARTS

whats goodie fellow members just wanted to know where can i find some super hard to find jdm parts, i mean like only 10 inworld type parts(im being a little dramatic) but i would love to have a few when i mean a few a few rare jdm parts on my dc
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Old 01-13-2010, 04:23 PM   #2
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well, you need to actually learn WHAT you want... i mean, are you just going to waste money on stuff like that just to fit in with the JDM groupies? or do you want to actually make your car faster? lol.. cause, i mean, its pretty "ricey" to get JDM ****, just cause its JDM, and for no other reason.. just my opinion..

but yeah.. if want to pay hundreds from some stock JDM ITR headers, go for it
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Old 01-13-2010, 04:32 PM   #3
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Default Re: EXTREMELY HARD TO FIND JDM PARTS

RT-4WD trailing arms, rear subframe, and differential.

Can't be much more rare than actually having a 4WD Integra...
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Old 01-13-2010, 04:34 PM   #4
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awwwww yeah.. i have seen a few AWD eg's.. the way they look when launching.. OMFG.. it looks like the whole drivetrain is going to tear out from under the car.. lol.. stoopit fast..
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exterior parts,interior parts, wheels
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Old 01-13-2010, 04:50 PM   #6
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yeah.. but WHAT wheels? WHAT parts?

start googling... lol.. there are LOTS of expensive, useless parts, that are "JDM".. enjoy **thumbsup**
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an awd integra would be sick
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some of the rare jdm stuff is beyond expensive. spoon cluster anyone? $1000 for a cluster just never quite sat right with me.
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id rather turbo my car or get some carpet lmfao than spend 1k on a cluster that will probably just get your car stolen lol
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well, you need to actually learn WHAT you want... i mean, are you just going to waste money on stuff like that just to fit in with the JDM groupies? or do you want to actually make your car faster? lol.. cause, i mean, its pretty "ricey" to get JDM ****, just cause its JDM, and for no other reason.. just my opinion..

but yeah.. if want to pay hundreds from some stock JDM ITR headers, go for it
haha, go to love the "jdm junkies". nothing lie spending hundreds of dollars on jdparts tha people say are rare. do yorself a favor and spend the money on go fast parts. nothing like paying $1500 for some rims and can't keep up with the ford focus that pulls up at the red light and revs his his motor at you. usdm ftw
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This thread is retarded. The OP is just your typical JDM fanboy whos looking for parts to impress his friends with, hence not even having a particular part in mind, and if a particular part he wanted wasn't JDM and was better then a JDM part, would have no interest in it what so ever because it isn't "JDM". This whole JDM trend/sickness is disgusting.

Why would you go on to a public forum and ask where to find "super hard to find parts"? If we all knew, then they would not be so "super hard to find". Now would they?
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some of the rare jdm stuff is beyond expensive. spoon cluster anyone? $1000 for a cluster just never quite sat right with me.
I know someone selling a spoon cluster if anybody wants one. $900 plus shipping.
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Why dont you do a UKDM conversion, those are always nice to see.
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go to www.extremelyhardtogetjdmpartsmadeeasy.com

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