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Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 6:32 pm
by LilSparkPlug
Bone_Yard: Cut the innuendos, its not neccessary. Nothing happened outside of two friends meeting up. Keep the high school atmosphere in high school, it doesn't belong in this thread. You are instigating and its unwelcome. Not to mention you are suggesting things occured that did not and its insulting to both parties involved. I don't appreciate it. I came to 2GN because of its friendly atmosphere, you are counteracting that claim. You've made your jokes and now its time to stop.

I think round trip he was around 3,000 miles or so. And thanks for the comments on the pictures as well :)

Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 6:44 pm
by 03blackrt
Fix ASAP...


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^ Missing lower splash shield thingy on the front lip (and needs to paint the bumper under the lip black).

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^ Has a little hanging thingy on the diffuser; on the outer, underneath edge.

Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 6:45 pm
by supertrick_05
LilSparkPlug wrote:Bone_Yard: Cut the innuendos, its not neccessary. Nothing happened outside of two friends meeting up. Keep the high school atmosphere in high school, it doesn't belong in this thread. You are instigating and its unwelcome. Not to mention you are suggesting things occured that did not and its insulting to both parties involved. I don't appreciate it. I came to 2GN because of its friendly atmosphere, you are counteracting that claim. You've made your jokes and now its time to stop.
Well said hun! Bone_Yard, I understand that you are still young and in highschool, but you have to draw the line somewhere, and just realize that I have told you to quit awhile ago. Now that you know both of our feelings towards your comments, please keep them out of this forum if you can't be civil. Thanks.

Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 6:49 pm
by LilSparkPlug
There is no hanging thingy, thats part of the diffuser itself (I think thats what you're talking about). Its a bit too long for that part of the bumper so it doesn't stick to anything.

Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 6:56 pm
by 03blackrt
It should be trimmed to fit then; flush with the inside/bottom of the bumper. Just looks slapped on because of that IMO. And the door portion of the side skirt on the passenger side rear door looks crooked! Yeah... I'm a perfectionist. :runaway:

Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 7:38 pm
by bone-yard-racing
LilSparkPlug wrote:Bone_Yard: Cut the innuendos, its not neccessary. Nothing happened outside of two friends meeting up. Keep the high school atmosphere in high school, it doesn't belong in this thread. You are instigating and its unwelcome. Not to mention you are suggesting things occured that did not and its insulting to both parties involved. I don't appreciate it. I came to 2GN because of its friendly atmosphere, you are counteracting that claim. You've made your jokes and now its time to stop.

I think round trip he was around 3,000 miles or so. And thanks for the comments on the pictures as well :)
Just a joke sorry. Please dont take what I say seriously way too much pressure :)

Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 8:12 pm
by LilSparkPlug
03blackrt wrote:It should be trimmed to fit then; flush with the inside/bottom of the bumper. Just looks slapped on because of that IMO. And the door portion of the side skirt on the passenger side rear door looks crooked! Yeah... I'm a perfectionist. :runaway:
I can assure you it wasn't slapped on. The bumper needed to be trimmed, the support drilled into (3 drill bits later), everything needed to be lined up and applied properly so the rear mounting brackets could be put on properly. The diffuser is built the way it is so it doesn't need to be trimmed. If you looked under the car and saw it going all the way back that would look slapped on to you too then, since it doesn't meet flush with anything? Silly way to look at it but thats the point you are making. Here is a picture from the rear of the bumper. The piece of the diffuser that is MEANT to stick to the bumper is stuck to the bumper. The other pieces are part of the diffuser itself and are not supposed to stick to anything. Thats how they sit:

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And the door moulding is not crooked at all. Its just the picture that makes it look that way. From certain angled pictures it looks as though the rear one is slightly higher than the front one, and it isn't. They both come down flush to the bottom of the doors. I should know I installed them myself. The back ones are slightly larger than the front ones so that they meet up with the rear rocker panel moulding in the right spot. The color contrast, between the black and the pink is what makes it look as though its crooked.

Posted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 10:51 pm
by 01rtgurl
Those pics are intense--love it!!

Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 9:01 am
by 03silversxt
LilSparkPlug wrote:Thanks guys! :)

And its Crystalmarie :)
:quotes: Crystalmarie's is my fav! :quotes:

Sorry! :thumbup:

Posted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 12:46 pm
by OverDrive418
Its amazing to me that after seeing cars like yours (both) the best someone can say about them is find the one tiny flaw to nickpick about or other nonsense!

They're both awesome, cars and photos are tops! Kudos to both and for taking the time to drive the distance to meet and share the experience with us. Thats what its all about. :thumbup:

Posted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 3:14 pm
by DouglasSXT
Those pics came out AWSESOME!!!!!!!!!! :rockon:

Two really sweet lookin rides in one place. Great photoshoot! :thumbup:

Posted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 4:36 pm
by LilSparkPlug
OverDrive418 wrote:Its amazing to me that after seeing cars like yours (both) the best someone can say about them is find the one tiny flaw to nickpick about or other nonsense!

They're both awesome, cars and photos are tops! Kudos to both and for taking the time to drive the distance to meet and share the experience with us. Thats what its all about. :thumbup:
Thank you for the compliments hun. Its part of the game. People see my car (not sure if Brodie gets this since he's not huge on shows but he may) and they're like damn thats awesome! Then they IMMEDIATELY try to find something wrong with it, and if they don't, they make something up. Its irritating but you learn to just let rude people be rude.


Douglas: Thank you!!! :) I wish we could have taken more shots and we didnt get a shot of the two of us together or the two engine bays side by side. But I have his engine bay parts now.... :rockon: The shop I use is going to give them the royal treatment.

Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 2:03 am
by jetas
Damn you both have great cars. The friendship you 2 have built seems awesome and respectable. I would love to see more pictures of both cars. Maybe some here in the beaches of Cali :thumbup:

Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 11:15 am
by LilSparkPlug
Now that would be a ride and 3/4!!! We got down to the beach, but in my car, and the pictures didn't come out that great because the lighting was terrible, damned high sun. Theres plenty of them around here to shoot at too. Thanks for the compliments Jetas :)

Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 11:32 am
by NeonOn19s
I will have to agree that both of your cars are beautiful!!! man it would ber cool to have a centralized meet so us southern boys can come to play :)

Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 2:38 pm
by LilSparkPlug
Well the Mopar Nats are usually centralized, or as centralized as you can get, but money constraints cause alot of people not to be able to go.

Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 5:53 pm
by Lizbeth
nice looking cars but in my opinion SRT-4s should never loose their original color... :quotes:

Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 5:54 pm
by TheRandom1
Is that like a beautiful woman dying her hair?

Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 6:03 pm
by Lizbeth
TheRandom1 wrote:Is that like a beautiful woman dying her hair?
WHATTTTTT :laughing3:

Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 8:18 pm
by supertrick_05
chend82 wrote:nice looking cars but in my opinion SRT-4s should never loose their original color...
It's an old-school Mopar color. The color is Panther Pink/Moulin Rouge, paint code FM3. It's one of a few Chrysler's "High-Impact" colors in the 70's. It fits her car and her personality to a T!

Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:47 pm
by LilSparkPlug
chend82 wrote:nice looking cars but in my opinion SRT-4s should never loose their original color... :quotes:

Yeah its an original Mopar color....research it alot of work went into it. I don't care about the original color (black) otherwise I wouldn't have done it. Its incorporated.

Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:51 pm
by glasswars
Both cars look amazing. Pretty cool he drove out there. Your skills with the camera really have improved also. I think this fall I might be making a trip out to R.I. for fun, when I went Oct 07 I loved the area in Providence, we'll have to do a shoot!

Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:53 pm
by LilSparkPlug
glasswars wrote:Both cars look amazing. Pretty cool he drove out there. Your skills with the camera really have improved also. I think this fall I might be making a trip out to R.I. for fun, when I went Oct 07 I loved the area in Providence, we'll have to do a shoot!
Kick ass, you let me know ahead of time when you're coming up and I'll make sure to be out of work that day so we can do a shoot. :thumbup:

Posted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 9:11 am
by Lizbeth
kool :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

Posted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 12:02 pm
by hansken_yo
Very very nice photos. You both have great looking cars and are modded very tastefully...
You get :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: (two each) 8)

Posted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 12:55 pm
by LilSparkPlug
Thanks Hansken :)

Posted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 1:00 pm
by dbesade
Both of your cars look amazing even though I'm not a fan of the SRT-D front end (no offense) and they are indeed both tastefully modded.

Makes me want to actually wash my car :lol: