Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by xAciDx, Nov 5, 2018.
Does my $15 garage door bottom "lip" mean I have a body kit?
Only if you paid to have it installed professionally.
Holy ****, this site is the walking dead!
More like Sex in the City, featuring the casts from Golden Girls and Grumpy Old Men, set in The Walking Dead universe, scripted by the writer's of Days of Our Lives and WWE Raw, and watched by Muppets.
Yes it did.
Yes! But I hope you had it professionally installed.
Maybe? Depends on how you interpret it.
We should probably take it to “the King”? Lol
Only if it is garage door weatherstripping.
Mine is. Hahaha
Throttle body coolant bypass, snorkus delete, washers hood prop mod, exhaust washers spacer, garage weatherstripping front lip, Ikea cutting board mudflaps, dryer ducting brake ducts, platidipped wheels, sticker bombed hood... All of these "MODS" are objectively better than the linked "body kits."
Congrats on the body kit!
If that's true then my cars bone stock.
I'm curious... What are 1, 3, & 4?
Is my gimp suit considered a body kit?
These are all free-ish, questionable MODS...
1) back in the day people ran out of free crap to do with their GD wrxs so they rerouted the coolant lines that go through the throttle body. The idea was you'd eliminate hot coolant from warming the post intercooler air.
2) this was (is?) really big in the tuner scene in the late 90's/early 00's. Basically, you'd stack washers under the hood hinge to create a gap that hot air could maybe escape through. This one got so popular that "shops/stores" started selling kits.
3) same idea as above but in the exhaust (preferably before a large restriction). Basically a deliberate exhaust leak.
I'll allow it.
I actually did #2 on my WRX, there were 3 washers per hood bolt. It didn't rise like that one does though, most people wouldn't know that I did it, and I only put in enough to lift the hood off the rear seal.