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post #15 of 6480 (permalink) Old 01-08-2006, 12:19 AM
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Hey Stephen, we both had similar damages to the rear quarter panels...did they drill holes and pull them out or did they literally cut it out, fixed it, than welded it back into place??

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looks good. i really like those carbon fiber door inserts. don't see that to much. once you get it lowered it will be lookng nice like your old car. plus it will have black leather and VTACK.lol. the cars coming along really nice. it's cool buying another integra. i recently bought a new one and i know exactly what i want done to it. but being on this site for 3 years will kind of do that to you also. looking forward to seeing it when it's lowered.
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looks clean as hell, once lowered it will look even better =)

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I thought the HR sports had that drop not the race springs?? Good lookin rims either way, cant wait to see it dropped

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looks like your teg had a nice christmas. After the accident of course. The progress is looking good.
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Hey Stephen, we both had similar damages to the rear quarter panels...did they drill holes and pull them out or did they literally cut it out, fixed it, than welded it back into place??
I have no idea "how".. i just dropped it off and picked up up two weeks later

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Nice progress man. Keep up the good work!

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Quote: LSturbointeg on Jan/08/06Hey Stephen, we both had similar damages to the rear quarter panels...did they drill holes and pull them out or did they literally cut it out, fixed it, than welded it back into place??

I have no idea "how".. i just dropped it off and picked up up two weeks later
considering how bad it appeared in the photograph, I don't think they could have come out with a good outcome if they did the drill method.. if anything, they probably did the other one, the slice and weld one.. I mean I'm not a collisions expert, but I think I remember reading or hearing or some crap about each method's structural rigidity reliability and whatnot.

other than that, I rem' reading about the accident, and then another topic where you talk about the CF-inserts.. glad the car is still looking great (=any more possible future plans after suspension and braking system ?

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I love the Falken Torque 5's I used to have those on my car in 18" but I felt they were a bit much and sold them for a little bit of nothing. Now I miss them so much I was thinking of getting them in 17's. They look great with SSBP.
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They did do one hell of a job matchin all that lookin at the pics!
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considering how bad it appeared in the photograph, I don't think they could have come out with a good outcome if they did the drill method.. if anything, they probably did the other one, the slice and weld one


That didnt happen, because on that backside of that outer skin i had some dynamat installed, and its still there, so that tells me that the metal wasn't replaced

Quote: tiger6386 on Jan/10/06 any more possible future plans after suspension and braking system ?
Currently, not much.... i am really really really enjoying the quiet-ness of the stock header and exhaust, looking back at my last teg, the exhaust i had was just down right annoying... i'm still on the hunt for painted side skirts or better yet, the OEM body kit, but theres no huge rush
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Hey, I see you are in South Florida. Where did you have your body work done? I need to get some stuff painted and those seem like fair prices, everything here costs too much (Palm Beach County SUCKS)!
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