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Old 12-25-2010, 11:07 PM   #955
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^^bro... amazed 2 see u here. ur yaris is like everywhere. :) im aceng from VipStyle Society Msia. :)

btw, i bought d wheels from japan 2gether with tires. lucky 4 me,at japan 195/40 aint that rare if compare 2 Msia. lol... i know,i love japan too.

mine are 4H 100pcd still. :)
Hey bro! I didnt realize it was you until you replied! good job on the rims! im so jealous hehehe... its so great to find rims that are 4x100 :) changing the knuckle to 5 stud is sorta like cheating hahah LOL. Its really a challenge to find 4x100 rims that are really nice, brand and specs wise, so finding one is like finding gold! heheh congrats bro. I havent seen your update on VIPstylesociety yet... let me check...

by the way what adjustables are you using?
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Old 12-25-2010, 11:19 PM   #956
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bro I thought you drove a myvi? heheh
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Old 12-26-2010, 12:23 AM   #957
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Hey bro! I didnt realize it was you until you replied! good job on the rims! im so jealous hehehe... its so great to find rims that are 4x100 :) changing the knuckle to 5 stud is sorta like cheating hahah LOL. Its really a challenge to find 4x100 rims that are really nice, brand and specs wise, so finding one is like finding gold! heheh congrats bro. I havent seen your update on VIPstylesociety yet... let me check...

by the way what adjustables are you using?
im using local made adjustable brand GAB. from ur pic,our adjustable look d same,only urs is nicer.

i guess we both ady found our gold ey? but maybe 4 d future im gonna redrill my knuckle coz 4x100 wheels are seriously pricey!! hehe
btw,i ady bought 25mm spacer,now waiting 4 d shipment .... oh wish me luck wit those badass.. im gonna poke n lower. wuts ur future plans bro?



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bro I thought you drove a myvi? heheh
i was...but ady changed 2 vios/yaris sedan/belta. i need a sedan. lol
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Old 01-30-2011, 01:36 AM   #958
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@aceng Damn those are thick!!! nice! your really goin wider!

Just had a quick shoot today hope you guys like the pix



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Old 01-30-2011, 03:42 AM   #959
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Old 02-19-2011, 11:42 AM   #960
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Ride update: VIOS 08

Still have a long way to go.. but getting there slowly I think :) posting this to share to other vios owners. Vios hard to flush with stance, front liner too shallow. Rear has not camber adjustment. Here are some thing I did to remedy that. Hope this would be useful to other Vios owners.

Added additional -1 degree camber using EZ Shim on rear wheels, so it comes out to about -1.5? (including the natural camber on the drop). Went back to my 5mm spacer, but damn, I felt like I was murdering my tires on the free way... I hate our roads here... I'll try to use a bigger Spring Cushion to lessen the shock play, maybe it would help. Rim to fender now at 5cm, used to be 6cm. Rear dampers at Full Stiff.

Front wheels now at -1 degree camber, also lowered an additional half inch. Rim to fender now at 6cm. Dampers at 5 clicks (1 soft - 8 hard)

Used a heat gun on the liner, it works like a charm!!! Liner rubbing.... GONE!, heated it up, took a wet rag and pushed it in. The water from the wet rag, hardened the plastic in seconds.

Here are some pix:


Smaller space now in between, much... still flush though no poke. Once I find 205 35 18, I can fix that fitment.


Had to saw off a portion of my front lip kit to clear the tires when turning. My finger can barely fit in between.


Now lower about half inch from before. Finally at 0 finger.


Camberlicious! loving the new camber on the rear.


Closer view of the side profile, front wheels still flush.


Thats it for now maybe until I find 205 35 18 for the front, I can lower it some more.
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Old 02-22-2011, 08:46 AM   #961
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Old 02-23-2011, 06:00 PM   #962
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here's mine :) sorry pic's a little blurry
first drop of snow for the year woop!



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Old 02-27-2011, 02:16 AM   #963
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some new photos


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Old 02-28-2011, 05:45 PM   #964
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^ nice. ive seen this sedan in many different stages.

i like this one especially. good job.
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Old 03-02-2011, 09:19 PM   #965
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Some new pics since I got my foglights installed.





And my car next to a local stock one
do you have to remove the whole bumper to install the fog lights
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Old 03-02-2011, 09:23 PM   #966
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Ride update: VIOS 08

Still have a long way to go.. but getting there slowly I think :) posting this to share to other vios owners. Vios hard to flush with stance, front liner too shallow. Rear has not camber adjustment. Here are some thing I did to remedy that. Hope this would be useful to other Vios owners.

Added additional -1 degree camber using EZ Shim on rear wheels, so it comes out to about -1.5? (including the natural camber on the drop). Went back to my 5mm spacer, but damn, I felt like I was murdering my tires on the free way... I hate our roads here... I'll try to use a bigger Spring Cushion to lessen the shock play, maybe it would help. Rim to fender now at 5cm, used to be 6cm. Rear dampers at Full Stiff.

Front wheels now at -1 degree camber, also lowered an additional half inch. Rim to fender now at 6cm. Dampers at 5 clicks (1 soft - 8 hard)

Used a heat gun on the liner, it works like a charm!!! Liner rubbing.... GONE!, heated it up, took a wet rag and pushed it in. The water from the wet rag, hardened the plastic in seconds.

Here are some pix:


Smaller space now in between, much... still flush though no poke. Once I find 205 35 18, I can fix that fitment.


Had to saw off a portion of my front lip kit to clear the tires when turning. My finger can barely fit in between.


Now lower about half inch from before. Finally at 0 finger.


Camberlicious! loving the new camber on the rear.


Closer view of the side profile, front wheels still flush.


Thats it for now maybe until I find 205 35 18 for the front, I can lower it some more.
how much was your grille, and body kit seperately
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Old 03-03-2011, 01:00 AM   #967
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do you have to remove the whole bumper to install the fog lights
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Old 03-03-2011, 03:22 PM   #968
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Old 03-04-2011, 01:48 AM   #969
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loving it man. i wish i had a couple things you have
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Old 03-06-2011, 08:57 PM   #970
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new look
dude! love the new paint! awesome job
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Old 03-09-2011, 09:15 AM   #971
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I like that color..nice set up as well!
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Old 03-12-2011, 06:32 AM   #972
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can you please tell me what brand and size bulbs you used for your altezza lights please
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