Ohh lol im not the one that takes the pictures I got this pic from a friend that was shooting our cars. So idk how he edited it but it doesn't look like my cAr is all scratched up and stuff. But idk I guess it's how he edited the picturesWith so many surface reflections, it appears your car has wax dust or body inperfections. If you look closer, it is things like the street light above and such reflecting on your car.
It is sort of distracting as the car's color and the Hawiian sky look so nice that I didn't want to sound negative.
Since you take pro pics, how do you remove that from the shoot?
Yeah thanks but I found that info too like somes others and they are all different weights on the first like 10 search results on Google. Which one is the real one !!! :/
Wait, somewhat lightweight flywheel? :stickpokesmiley:
Light-er weight. I'm at the lower limit of what won't trip the misfire detection.Wait, somewhat lightweight flywheel? :stickpokesmiley:
I would think all of the mods would be good with the only test being the downpipe but FP and the tune getting your back. A good running engine is proof in itself. The report card is a plus.
How easy is that wax to apply by hand and buff off by hand I was thinking of giving #26 a try. I don't like working with thick heavy wax.Washed and waxed today. McGuires #26 yellow wax is by far the best wax I've ever used. I also used chemical guys next gen foam cannon for the first time, which is pretty damn sweet.