Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Random : More New Toys.

This week's project is ready to go! Main project is the DIY gauges panel. Here's some materials, a drawing board, an empty plate number, gauges, and etc as shown.

Some rough sketches on the drawing board. Old school vacuum meter is fitted here.

New replacement flare from PlayHouse Garage. They accidentally gave me a pair of right fenders only, so they gladly replaced it. Good attitude seller and the fenders have been sanded. Why? Will fit it back becoz..

Just got myself a pair of Wedsports! 13' only with 7jj and -1 offset. Hehehe. 7jj is the reason I took it.

And a bee figure. LOL~ Will remove the spring and replace with a mounting cup and rope. Where should I place it?

9 comments:

stanleycarter said...

Tie the bee onto your rear view mirror, make sure it's not tangled too low (long) or it'll smack your head (or eyes) when you're cornering too hard, LOL!

btw.....NICE rims! :D~

Rosso said...

Hehehe. Just grab the cheap opportunity. =P

'Biar kereta buruk, asal rim kilat!' by Dorifto Demon. Kekekeke.

Oi, when are you going to change rims? I had changed the front three times already.

Jaguh said...

isk3... amik jugak weds tu haha.. Watta sold dah ker apa ?? Sure not terkeluar from body the rims tu ??

Rosso said...

Watanabe sold to 'Skyline' dude! You know who. Hehehehe.

Not sure but Im preety sure. Kekeke.

Anonymous said...

hi.just want to enquire what is the function of the vacuum meter?can it work with a carbie engine?how and where do you connect it to?

Dennis Tan said...

wow~ it's a nice rim you got there mate~ ^^ wonder i could find something like that in 15" hohoho~

jOsh_taKumi86 said...

woot nice rim...but for me prefer for 14...hehe more kilat disk the better...

yea tie the bee onto rear view mirror...or erm tie at the back of ur car and somewhere near exhaust there...:p

stanleycarter said...

Rosso: this father is broke already, I can only afford freebies lately, lol!

Rosso said...

Vacuum meter? From what I understand it is to monitor how heavy your foot is. For example, when you are traveling at 80km/h, the vacuum will be showing at 'drive', but when you suddenly pressed it to max, it will show you 'poor' which mean your f/c is not good if you keep pressing the throttle. That is from what I understand. ^_^

Dennis & Josh, 14' or 15' sure are hell expensive, I can guarantee that. 13' = cheap tires but no performance tires.

Stan, can lah. Everyday keep Rm5, 1year canla buy a new one.

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