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Old 10-23-2012, 05:37 PM
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Great,good to hear. One last question reagarding your engine bay, what engine dress up bolts do you have?
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Great,good to hear. One last question reagarding your engine bay, what engine dress up bolts do you have?
oh originally I did the engine bay in stainless bolts from the company called Dress Up Bolts, but recently I bought 8 Mugen license plate bolts and I put five along the front bumper plate, 2 on the radiator holder plates, and one last one on the cruise control box. Most of the ones you see in that picture are the Mugen bolts. Expensive option but I like the unique look of them.
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its the spoon racing car. thanks guys. i was wondering if anyone knows where to get the duct? i see them on gotuning but its like $500, i was hoping to get a cheaper one. i saw some on ebay but they say they only fit ap1's
Pretty positive that isn't one of Spoon's cars but a look-alike car, not that it matters.
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Originally Posted by JFUSION View Post
Originally Posted by sn0wman' timestamp='1351042646' post='22104235
Great,good to hear. One last question reagarding your engine bay, what engine dress up bolts do you have?
oh originally I did the engine bay in stainless bolts from the company called Dress Up Bolts, but recently I bought 8 Mugen license plate bolts and I put five along the front bumper plate, 2 on the radiator holder plates, and one last one on the cruise control box. Most of the ones you see in that picture are the Mugen bolts. Expensive option but I like the unique look of them.
Damnnnn what a baller! They look amazing though
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Originally Posted by s1mba View Post
Originally Posted by JFUSION' timestamp='1351120439' post='22106453
[quote name='sn0wman' timestamp='1351042646' post='22104235']
Great,good to hear. One last question reagarding your engine bay, what engine dress up bolts do you have?
oh originally I did the engine bay in stainless bolts from the company called Dress Up Bolts, but recently I bought 8 Mugen license plate bolts and I put five along the front bumper plate, 2 on the radiator holder plates, and one last one on the cruise control box. Most of the ones you see in that picture are the Mugen bolts. Expensive option but I like the unique look of them.
Damnnnn what a baller! They look amazing though
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LMAO, thanks for the kind words, they look better in person, that picture isn't totally clear, I do like them as accents to the engine bay.
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Originally Posted by JFUSION View Post
Originally Posted by sn0wman' timestamp='1351042646' post='22104235
Great,good to hear. One last question reagarding your engine bay, what engine dress up bolts do you have?
oh originally I did the engine bay in stainless bolts from the company called Dress Up Bolts, but recently I bought 8 Mugen license plate bolts and I put five along the front bumper plate, 2 on the radiator holder plates, and one last one on the cruise control box. Most of the ones you see in that picture are the Mugen bolts. Expensive option but I like the unique look of them.

Your ASM Bar is looking great, take care of it. I am ordering mine soon, and Going to line my ASM Radiator Shroud with ASM License plate screws like you did with the mugen.
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Originally Posted by TEASPOONGUY View Post
Originally Posted by JFUSION' timestamp='1351120439' post='22106453
[quote name='sn0wman' timestamp='1351042646' post='22104235']
Great,good to hear. One last question reagarding your engine bay, what engine dress up bolts do you have?
oh originally I did the engine bay in stainless bolts from the company called Dress Up Bolts, but recently I bought 8 Mugen license plate bolts and I put five along the front bumper plate, 2 on the radiator holder plates, and one last one on the cruise control box. Most of the ones you see in that picture are the Mugen bolts. Expensive option but I like the unique look of them.

Your ASM Bar is looking great, take care of it. I am ordering mine soon, and Going to line my ASM Radiator Shroud with ASM License plate screws like you did with the mugen.
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Thanks, I really love the ASM bar, it seems to be working nicely too.

The ASM bolts look cool from what I could see on GoTuning's website, please post up pics I'd love to see them installed. The engraved lettering on the bolts seems larger than the Mugen, which I like. At twice the price of Mugen bolts I think those should be classified as baller !, lol.

I just got some cool bolts from PasswordJDM today, stainless bolts with anodized cups, the are designed to be used on the Vtec solenoid, I thought I'd give them a try, kind of neat looking bolts too.

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a $850 ASM stainless strut bar is truly baller.
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Originally Posted by JFUSION View Post
Originally Posted by TEASPOONGUY' timestamp='1355442056' post='22209236
[quote name='JFUSION' timestamp='1351120439' post='22106453']
[quote name='sn0wman' timestamp='1351042646' post='22104235']
Great,good to hear. One last question reagarding your engine bay, what engine dress up bolts do you have?
oh originally I did the engine bay in stainless bolts from the company called Dress Up Bolts, but recently I bought 8 Mugen license plate bolts and I put five along the front bumper plate, 2 on the radiator holder plates, and one last one on the cruise control box. Most of the ones you see in that picture are the Mugen bolts. Expensive option but I like the unique look of them.

Your ASM Bar is looking great, take care of it. I am ordering mine soon, and Going to line my ASM Radiator Shroud with ASM License plate screws like you did with the mugen.
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Thanks, I really love the ASM bar, it seems to be working nicely too.

The ASM bolts look cool from what I could see on GoTuning's website, please post up pics I'd love to see them installed. The engraved lettering on the bolts seems larger than the Mugen, which I like. At twice the price of Mugen bolts I think those should be classified as baller !, lol.

I just got some cool bolts from PasswordJDM today, stainless bolts with anodized cups, the are designed to be used on the Vtec solenoid, I thought I'd give them a try, kind of neat looking bolts too.

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Yea i like the ones you got!!

Ill def snap some pics once everything is done. I am debating about buying a new ASM Shroud, maybe the carbon one. My red one isnt in the best shape. Going to be doing this intake mod soon/ with the K&N Filter (Heard good reviews on the filter)
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Originally Posted by s2000vtecvtec View Post
a $850 ASM stainless strut bar is truly baller.
I see a trend with that name starting to follow me, lol, it is definitely baller at full price, I picked one up used for $550 that was in mint condition from JDMjunkyard, so maybe it's just semi-baller

I've had at least 5 strut bars on this car, realizing they are only for cosmetics and being able to rest your arm on something while wrenching in the engine bay. But I have to say the ASM bar is the only bar where I felt a difference after installation. The lower X support ties into the steering rack/subframe, and it is a fully welded X support unlike some of the slip fit replica versions out there. It definitely stiffened things up IMO, or at the very least transmitting extra steering feel, something is different that's for sure, so I do like it.
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