aznboi606's 2012 DBP coupe Build Thread

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  1. aznboi606

    aznboi606 Well-Known Member

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    SiriMoto Phase 2 front lower tie bar, need to find the time to put this on.

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  2. thejumpoff

    thejumpoff Well-Known Member

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    Nice. How are those bowls handling 55w? Reason I ask is because I considered 55w upgrade but am also tossing around the idea of buying the 35w CBI's.


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  3. aznboi606

    aznboi606 Well-Known Member

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    D2s bowls can handle the 55w, I think all the projectors besides the mini h1s below 7.0 can handle the 55w. I had the mini h1 5.0 in my old set and I couldn't run the 55w or else it will melt the bowl. But the new mini 7.0 can.

    What projectors are you running??
     
  4. thejumpoff

    thejumpoff Well-Known Member

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    Same as you, 4.0's. LOVE them but I feel like my bulbs are a bit weak. I have the morimotos.


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  5. aznboi606

    aznboi606 Well-Known Member

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    Ohh! Upgrade to 55w ballast and bulbs. U will see a difference!
     
  6. aznboi606

    aznboi606 Well-Known Member

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    Can you post a pic of your output with morimotos Bulbs?
     
  7. '13_Si

    '13_Si Well-Known Member

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    Hey, nice build! I'm digging the D2S 4.0, did you have to modify anything to get them to work? Does the reflective piece around the low beam bulb just pop out of the assembly? Thanks.
     
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  8. thejumpoff

    thejumpoff Well-Known Member

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    Yea. I'll try to get some this weekend.


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  9. aznboi606

    aznboi606 Well-Known Member

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    Yea the housing or reflective piece does come out and there is a lot of trimming on it for the d2s to fit.. the mini are much easier but they are weak. The most difficult is triming the chrom pieces and shrouds, everything else is just plug and play.
     
  10. aznboi606

    aznboi606 Well-Known Member

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    I do miss these stockies.

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  11. twister8008

    twister8008 Well-Known Member

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    Hey man, love the car. What did you end of doing to make your wheels stop rubbing? Did you end of cutting the bumper or rolling your fenders? I have an HFP suspension right now, but I was considering something different to drop her more.
     
  12. aznboi606

    aznboi606 Well-Known Member

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    I rolled all 4 of my fenders and cut part of the bumper.
     
  13. aznboi606

    aznboi606 Well-Known Member

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    It really depends how low you go and wheel specs to see if you need fenders rolled, HFP suspension barely a drop.
     
  14. aznboi606

    aznboi606 Well-Known Member

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    My new wheels, so in love!

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  15. Nix

    Nix J├Âtunn Moderator

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    What did you get this time? I think the 12' coupe rear spoilers are the best design in a while. That "shelf" in the body line it creates looks really good. This pic shows it off especially well.
     
  16. aznboi606

    aznboi606 Well-Known Member

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    SSR Agle Strusse with Diamond Cut Face, need to post like an angle pic to see the diamond cut.
     
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  17. Aleksandar Djakovic

    Aleksandar Djakovic Active Member

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    How is the ride on the bags ? You bagged it for looks only right ? bags are not much for performance
     
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  18. aznboi606

    aznboi606 Well-Known Member

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    The ride on bags feels like coilovers. These are airlift performance bags, people actually take it to the track and drift cars have these.

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  19. Aleksandar Djakovic

    Aleksandar Djakovic Active Member

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    damn , never would have guess, I'd think these were show bags or whatever. Do you have a warranty from the manufacturer ? Also what kind of performance mods have you done to youre car
     
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  20. ron v
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    1st post shows all his mods.
     
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