Finally the y-pipe came in so now I will not have a horrible restrictive one. I am keeping fingers crossed that the top end will benefit from this y-pipe. The reason I opted for this one was price based as it will be a temporary thing. I have plans for the exhaust set-up in the future, soon I hope.
Yes I also added the DEI spray to the y-pipe. One must remember to cure the pipes after painting so…..
I think they are ready
One day soon they will be installed
One thing to note is there are times when painting a car is just to costly. Then getting the color to match the rest of the car that does not need fixing is a problem also. Something has caught on around the world and it is something called sticker bombing. A body panel, interior trim, plastics, even wheels and I have seen engine bays also are covered in a collage of random stickers to hide and sometimes hold together a piece of the car. At times some just do it because they want to.
To obtain stickers to do a project, such as a stated earlier, one can go to some sort of vending machines, supermarket, ebay, decal specific businesses, or….just buy a book with over 250+ stickers for a little over $20 usd. Thanks to SRK (Studio Rarekwai : http://www.thesrk.com/) there four books available at http://stickerbomb.bigcartel.com/ .
The books comprise of graffitti art stickers from artist around the world.
This is a top 10 of all the stickers in the two books I have. Roman Klonek is the artist (http://klonek.de)
I had done some minor sticker bombing myself to hide a few things and give the car charracter…