2007 FSTI and X 6 MT
Yup, its called ricer math, sometimes called gangsta math. Still uses the same forumla.
Bobby...After nearly a year, I decided to reinstall the Sports grille. First I decided to give it a through cleaning. The Sports grille is a PITA to clean, compared to the Limited (standard) grille! It took me, what seemed like forever, to clean the crap out of all the nooks & crannies. I used an old tooth brush & Q-Tips... way too much trouble! :icon_eek:
That's the fun of MODding, making the Forester the way we want it. :wink:I know we disagree but I like the sports grill better. Still, nice work sir.
Everything looks great!
Question though... What are you doing with that Sports grille?
I'm trying to cut back on my Hoarding... still... :icon_eek:Knowing Bobby, he will Hoard it....LOL. I kid I kid.
I hate to say it but I'm with tuned.
Good work as always your journal thread is awesome and helpful for the rest of us.
I appreciate the feedback, both pro & con! We all have different tastes & that's why we MOD our rides. :wink:I like the look of the new grill.
Glad I could be of help!Great. Thanks for all of the advice.
I actually have a couple of cans of the BBQ paint out in my garage. I used it to paint my grill and a few other pieces.
I just had my front rotors machined, and it really made the ugly rear drums stick out. I plan on painting the drums on one of my days off. I'll let you know how it goes. Thanks again for all of the tips!
The problem I ran into was with the rigid, almost hard factory/OEM hose that has to be pulled off & then back onto the tubo. Mine had little give, so it was a PIA to get it past the spot that had set into the hose from being clamped. On the reinstallation, I could feel the hose snap back into position. A silicone hose would have made the task so much easier. :wink:Good job! I don't think intercooler removal/reinstallation is that hard, though:biggrin: Just takes patience.