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RE: IRL rides - Clutch AutoWorkz - 03-08-2016 06:10 AM

Yo wtf was all tht fighting back there left for a week and then come back to that damn..
Guy got roasted real bad!
Anyways guys im back!

RE: IRL rides - OMGahd - 03-08-2016 06:38 AM

didnt u leave permanently lmao

RE: IRL rides - Clutch AutoWorkz - 03-08-2016 07:21 AM

(03-08-2016 06:38 AM)OMGahd Wrote:  didnt u leave permanently lmao

Nah just wanted a break for a while.

RE: IRL rides - TheTurbolessTurbo - 03-08-2016 01:33 PM

I understand the "Awhile" is a relative term and can apply to different conceptions of time, but I am fairly sure leaving for a few days or so isn't "Awhile"

RE: IRL rides - Clutch AutoWorkz - 03-08-2016 11:49 PM

yea i just misworded the sentence there

RE: IRL rides - airborneimpreza - 03-11-2016 02:48 AM


1989 Toyota Corolla GL SKD [AE92]

Finally saved up enough money to buy my dream car Big Grin Thankfully, savings from my college tuition fees (I got a few scholarships) and making a small loan from my parents payed it off. I'm the 4th owner. First two were related old ladies, third was a guy who "dressed" it up with a rubber lip and cut springs. This is what it looked like a few days after I brought it home.

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Nothing much done to it aside from the above-mentioned cut springs and rubber lip, plus a Simota air filter and AE111 GLi 14-inch wheels to replace the stock 13-inch "Sunburst" wheels. Interior is one of the freshest I've seen for this age, and the folding rear seats and long-pocket door sidings exclusive to the 1989 SKD (Semi-Knock Down from Japan, as opposed to '90-'92 built in the PH) are a great big plus. The past owners already converted it to power steering too.

I got it checked up the other day, needed new shocks and springs since the old ones were busted as hell due to enduring the cut spring life. Along with that brake pads, a few bulbs for the headlamps, and some small stuff to get it truly roadworthy. I went with the cheapest and safest option, stock springs and stock shocks. Now, it has that rally car stance. LOL

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Plans for now are to get a new steering wheel, a decent headunit with MP3/SD card/bluetooth connectivity, fix the speakers that aren't working, get a new clear clearance light for the passenger side, and maybe yellow foglamps. I'm currently saving up for an undercoat and proper lowering springs or coilovers. Smile

RE: IRL rides - JoblessFatal - 03-11-2016 04:11 AM

Good looking for a AE92 bro! ^

RE: IRL rides - gred - 03-11-2016 04:48 AM

airborneimpreza: looks good,it will get slightly lowered itself,usally it takes a while before new springs and shit will sit correctly etc

i would just remove that decal from windshield,because it looks stupid lmfao

and with headunit,idk whats availible in ph,but look for pioneer or kenwood,i wouldnt put anything else in my car anymoreBig Grin

RE: IRL rides - Lone Ranger - 03-11-2016 06:32 AM

Good luck with the AE92! Looks cool!

RE: IRL rides - Puffessor Kush - 03-11-2016 12:17 PM

I saw this car at the mall this past weekend at the mall Sacramento local?

(03-04-2016 03:23 PM)Random_Psycho Wrote:  [Image: 25094749419_0e28e5df11_b.jpg]

nothing really happen to my car, but I did get a lip and HID headlights

plan for now are to get coilover, sway bars, strut bars, roof spoiler, sideskirts and sooner or later carbon hood and trunk. Maybe wrap, but idk