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  1. LUMBERZACK

    Mediocre at Cresst - now with nsfw autophilia

    Another awesome time at the track in the book. This time I ran my body kit. This was a two day drift festival at the circuit in Tucson, Arizona. Cool drift event tech pass sticker: Camp I was going to bring a tent to camp in, but I decided to sleep in the backseat instead. Outside temps got down to about 30 degrees at night, but I stayed relatively warm. I'm 5'11" and sleeping in the back wasn't the worst place I've ever slept. I got a lot of seat time and got to drive with my friends which is super rad. That's all the photos I've seen so far. I hope more photographers end up posting their photos, but until then this is what I have. Pretty stoked to even have a couple photos.
  2. LUMBERZACK

    Bought a Mark II JZX81

    The service tech at Subaru just asked me the other day how I imported my Chaser, as he points to my Cressida. Then the following day the salesman at Toyota tells me, "Nice Crown". I figured LHD would be a dead giveaway, but I guess not. lol
  3. LUMBERZACK

    Sleeper MX83 build

    I painted my own car and still spent about $2600 on materials. lol. I probably could've saved ~$900 going with a cheaper base, but yeah, pump up those numbers for paint. $600 is enough to get you masking paper, tape, sandpaper, gloves, thinner, tack cloth and other prep/cleaning materials (slight exaggeration, but not far off). Edit: Just saw you were only spraying a couple parts. Just gonna leave my comment for others.
  4. LUMBERZACK

    Sleeper MX83 build

    Nice man. Looks good from this angle. Now lets get this thing running!
  5. Lot of Californians moving to Arizona. Not cool for the reasons Chris stated above.
  6. LUMBERZACK

    Mediocre at Cresst - now with nsfw autophilia

    The prices these superficial kids are willing to spend on rough ass parts on YAJ is asinine. Gotta do it for the IG clout I guess. Ganadors are cool and all, but nearing ~$1000 for a set of mirrors that are barely functional is fatuous.
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    Mediocre at Cresst - now with nsfw autophilia

    Yes, china springs are junk and Fortune Auto even say's on their website that Swifts are way better and that you should purchase the swifts as opposed to using their own defaults. Maybe a little bit of sales pitching on their part but I have ran both springs from fortune on my Subaru and my Cressida and I will choose swift springs over the defaults any day of the week. The $300 up charge is worth it. Agreed, always buy quality springs. I can see what you mean that ~$400 for a QR is almost disgustingly overpriced, but if that's what it takes to ensure that my steering wheel isn't going to pop off when i'm initiating towards a jersey barrier, that's the price I'm happy paying. lol
  8. LUMBERZACK

    Mediocre at Cresst - now with nsfw autophilia

    I guess you can sit at the same lunch table as the guy that told me Swift springs aren't worth the extra money because at the end of the day it's just coiled metal. Metallurgy appears to be an overlooked concept in 2019. lol
  9. LUMBERZACK

    Mediocre at Cresst - now with nsfw autophilia

    Gordo, lol, the hub lock is a cover that goes on the QR hub when the steering wheel is off the car so someone can't put their steering wheel on the hub and drive off. hypothetically. I think it's more of a novelty than an actual theft deterrent lol
  10. LUMBERZACK

    Mediocre at Cresst - now with nsfw autophilia

    I didn't. I rationally reasoned it to being quite unnecessary. What I would like to try is if the NRG and Works Bell QR can be used interchangeably or if the ball detents have a different pattern.
  11. LUMBERZACK

    Mediocre at Cresst - now with nsfw autophilia

    Now look at my car.
  12. LUMBERZACK

    Mediocre at Cresst - now with nsfw autophilia

    Not much of a spectacular update, but I finally pulled the trigger on the authentic Works Bell quick release I've been drooling over for 3+ years. I could've cheap'd out like most and bought a NRG QR for instant satisfaction, but I'm way more into authenticity and quality. It was worth the wait, because this piece is an absolute unit. Just the difference between the quality of my previous no name hub and the Works Bell hub was next level. Even with the telescoping column all the way in and the Works Bell Short hub, the steering wheel is much closer to me. It's not uncomfortable, but definitely closer than I'm used to. I'm glad my wheel is a flat face, because a deep dish wheel would be in my chest. I'm loving it so far and the extra little bit of security is nice too.
  13. LUMBERZACK

    Bought a Mark II JZX81

    If I stop thinking about getting new wheels and get an ECU like I should, I'll be going infinity.
  14. LUMBERZACK

    Bought a Mark II JZX81

    MARK is too masculine. You need to choose something more gender neutral to give the non-binary a chance to explore their inner self. Name it after your goals, JZXProjectREBORN.
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