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Old 01-11-2010, 08:52 PM   #31
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He's not trolling. He's just playing around.

Hey Mud, get some neon lights to go underneath your Jeep. Those look badass. Don't forget your "R" emblem either. It goes next to the "JEEP" sticker to signify that it's faster than your average Jeep.

Put a giant fart-can exhaust on it too. Everyone knows that louder is faster, right? (You know what I mean, Harley owners.)

I think the coolest thing you could do would be to paint it with bass boat paint. The kind with the wicked-cool metallic flakes.

Also, paint (with a rattle-can) every piece of dash trim you can remove and replace a vivid shade of orange or yellow. Yellow makes your dash faster. That's just common knowledge.

Don't forget your light-up skull cigarette lighter, your underhood performance stickers, your chrome chain steering wheel (with integrated NOS buttons), and you HAVE TO PLAY RAP at volume 11 when going home at 3:00 am. It doesn't have to be a GOOD stereo, it just has to be LOUD. Loud enough to piss EVERYONE off.

I'll see if I can come up with some more cool ideas for your Jeep.

Remember, Jeep Wrangler is the new Honda Civic.


If you bring it to my shop I can install a VTEC system into it and that bitch definetly needs some NAWS!!!!!!!!!!!

give me 2 weeks with her and she'll be raping srt-4's and evo's all day long..

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and dont forget, you will need to convert to front wheel drive instead of rear wheel... but shouldnt be too hard... just take the driveshaft out and throw in the JDM engine need some a arms but shouldnt be too hard

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Hey thanks Cadav for the only positive feed back. I did have a Type R emblem but the neighboor kids (civic tuners) keep ripping it off and breaking it in half, then they put it on my front seat. A-Holes! I'm going to the auto parts store this weekend, i want to piece together an APC Cold air intake, it will be 100% custom! I also found a pair of the windshield wipers that have the chrome shell on them, its a cheap mod that looks pretty sweet IMHO.

what do you guys know about fitting Jap motors in American cars? Does it require much modification?
Jap motor in an American car? Wait a minute, is this the "Joke Thread"? You kill me, Slayer. Chrome wiper covers? For real? Those are made for people to put on their regular wipers? To cover them? Well, I guess that'll give you two more things to shine, I suppose. Did you know Ethan Allen was from VT? He was a bad-ass. I think he just might be frowning about this.
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Old 01-11-2010, 11:03 PM   #34
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Jap motor in an American car? Wait a minute, is this the "Joke Thread"? You kill me, Slayer. Chrome wiper covers? For real? Those are made for people to put on their regular wipers? To cover them? Well, I guess that'll give you two more things to shine, I suppose. Did you know Ethan Allen was from VT? He was a bad-ass. I think he just might be frowning about this.
It's a true fact that chrome makes you go faster. Something about how the slipstream reacts to the molecules in chrome. There was a study done in Compton, CA. Incidently, Moroso stickers in the back window of your '78 Monte Carlo also makes you go faster, but that's a whole other story.

Mud, are you going to make it BOUNCE!!??!!?? Gonna have to think about how you're going to mount the pumps and the batteries. I would just take out the transfer case. It's only in the way. Who uses 4 wheel drive in a Jeep anyway? Jeeps are much better suited to being slammed and hydraulic'ed (sp?) than to being lifted and offroaded. Going offroad is so dirty and smelly.
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HA HA HA! Lower it and get som blue lights too!
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All that black stagecoach needs is a team of horses and someone riding shotgun, to go with those wagon-wheels. I just don't get this look. It's screaming, "I want to be different, like everybody else". Don't molest a Jeep, do that crap to a Mercedes G-Wagon. I think that's what they're for. Done.

PS - Mudslinger, I'm just havibg fun at your expense. Mod your Jeep how you see fit and enjoy it. In the end, you'll still a Jeep-owner.
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you'll need brake upgrades too to help stop that awesome honda power. these should help Cross Drilled Brake Lines - $69.95 : KaleCoAuto, Hard to find automotive items!
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you'll need brake upgrades too to help stop that awesome honda power. these should help Cross Drilled Brake Lines - $69.95 : KaleCoAuto, Hard to find automotive items!

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"Improved airflow through lines provides superior brake cooling. Brake fluid is exposed to cool moving air, almost instantly reducing heat, and providing shorter stopping distances!"
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Mitch, I'm very proud of you for realizing that there's more to the Jeep life than mud and rocks. It takes a big man to admit, through his actions, that he's been wrong for a very, very long time.

I'm so proud, in fact, that I want to join you in this endeavor. Here's my offer: Meet me halfway and bring another vehicle to take you home. I will bring your Jeep back with me. We have a local car shop that I will take it to and have it done up like no Jeep you've ever seen. I'll pay for all of it and then deliver it to your door.

For the kind of change we're talking, they'll want to review your original title prior to beginning work. Please place it safely in your glove box.

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Mitch, I'm very proud of you for realizing that there's more to the Jeep life than mud and rocks. It takes a big man to admit, through his actions, that he's been wrong for a very, very long time.

I'm so proud, in fact, that I want to join you in this endeavor. Here's my offer: Meet me halfway and bring another vehicle to take you home. I will bring your Jeep back with me. We have a local car shop that I will take it to and have it done up like no Jeep you've ever seen. I'll pay for all of it and then deliver it to your door.

For the kind of change we're talking, they'll want to review your original title prior to beginning work. Please place it safely in your glove box.

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so i ordered those brake lines, a bit pricey but well worth it from the sounds of them. Thanks for the link there are a few other things i saw that i would like. Sorry if i HATE offroading now, i'll leave all of that up to you monkeys! Ide much rather get my eyebrows waxed real thin and then wax up my wrangler and have sex with it. Offroading is for dirty people and the french
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Offroading is for dirty people and the french
redundant statement, no?
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"Dirty people" and "the French" are synonymous. No need for the word "and".

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"Dirty people" and "the French" are synonymous. No need for the word "and".

But, if you did want to add to that statement, you can always include stinky cheese eating or surrender monkeys after the and.
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ok ok i guess if u keep the hard top we could fit the jackhammer in their and some strobe lights, underglow kits, custom suicide lambo doors, reverse open hood, lowering it with air ride and chrome out the entire underside. and then i'll barrow u my gun so u can put ur self out of your misery
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Very true!!
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I'm not kidding guys, i just wanna have a fly whip, please any help would be greatly appreciated. What is a good site to get chrome accessories off of? Quadratec and such doesn't offer much chrome.
I have some chrome ill give you, right up side the head!
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Well i've been thinking alot about what you guys have been saying, most of it is not nice! I looked into the street scene and didn't find a ton on info or articles on Jeeps....There is a new market for the new H3's ! I have been saving my baby sitting money and i got some money from graduation, and my parents pretty much buy me anything i want, so i'm going to get an H3. There are a ton of chrome parts and bad ass parts. On this one forum this guys fit 22's on his hummer with the stock suspension in it. Besides if i get an H3 i'de be able to pull all of you out of your mud holes and out of harms way! H3 are sweet! not as cool as the H2 but i cannot afford that.
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Old 01-13-2010, 02:40 PM   #58
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a jk will fit some 24s with mods to the suspension. saw one today on my way to school at a stop sign. yellow 2 door jk with black rims and tags on the side that said 24" in chrome
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That Kale Auto place is fantastic! I've been looking for sky hooks for years. Now I can get my shop cleaned up and have some floor space!

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