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Here are some pics!


This is a pic of my new headunit. Notice i used the stock pocket.. easy installation thanks to joon. There's a little gap, but it doesn't bother me.



Here's a picture of my momo boot/competition shift knob. I know it looks huge, but that's because of the angle. It looks sweet in person.



This is a pic of my car after polishing and waxing.. the weather sucked that day, so the picture sucks, but oh well. I have a 2 finger gap at the moment because the springs are still settling. (H&R Sport/koni combo btw)





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What is it with Koreans and calenders in the freaking car???? Or is that NOT a calender in the pocket?

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is a parking permit hanger and yellow highland sticky pads..



btw: thanks to superfleajq for letting me use his digi cam, (i can't take pics woth ****).. hehe

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by bronx99:
is a parking permit hanger and yellow highland sticky pads..

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Bronx and his sticky pad...so he can take down #'s of girls, riiiiight???
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by OvaDaLimiT:
Bronx and his sticky pad...so he can take down #'s of girls, riiiiight???
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notice how i didn't mention i had a pen.. hehehhe..
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by bronx99:
Here are some pics!




Here's a picture of my momo boot/competition shift knob. I know it looks huge, but that's because of the angle. It looks sweet in person.


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niceee!, i've always wanted a momo competition knob/momo boot. whered ya get it and how much?



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local shop.. cuz i didn't wanna deal with shipping.

picked it up for 55 for the knob
60 for the boot and 10 bucks for the ring..

but when you get yours, make sure you get the VW GOLF shift boot.. it's shorter and looks better.. and the hub ring doesn't stick out like mine..
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by preludepower99:
oh no! we have the same car now... it's identical. park next to me during the next meet</font>
not for long.. Wheels here i come
 
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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by bronx99:
Here's a picture of my momo boot/competition shift knob. I know it looks huge, but that's because of the angle. It looks sweet in person.

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Your boot doesn't thread into your shift knob? My leather Momo shift boot threads into my Momo Competition shift knob, so the boot stays connected to the knob.

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it does.. that's why you see that HUB RING.. it connects to boot to the knob.

also that's why i said on my previous post to buy the VW GOLF boot..

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Nice shift knob...damn you!

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by rf7475:
The car looks nice. I also like the shift knob. Does it get cold in the winter and hot during the summer?</font>
YES!.. hahahah but not to extreme's..

you know.. i should create and patent SHIFT KNOB cover's.. that would sell! hehe.

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That's good to know. I thought about getting a metal knob, but didn't want to freeze or burn my hand. I might have to get one now. If you make a shift knob cover you can send me one too.
 
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