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Nightkid

jp
Posts: 777

Location: Japan
Occupation: yesn´t
Age: 18
V$: idk
#149564   2018-09-23 15:58          
# snn475san : ooof beautiful!


OOOO She´s blushing now OwO

Added 16 seconds later:

# Sleepin mOnkey : sick ride man
Aye , thanks !

Added 17 seconds later:

# Panzer : Hi , what is this map ? :) thanks


(Which one ? ? ?)

Added 22 seconds later:

# Franklin : Nice teggyyyyyyyyy!!! I love it!

Thanks ! She´s gonna be even better owo !

Added 15 seconds later:

# jdmkvng : Them some nice shots bro!

Thank you so much boye !

Added 2 minutes later:

# MACKAY : Someone turned into Honda boy with all those cars, but I guess it suits your style, it was sad to see the EK go as I liked it a lot, reminded me of the one I used to rip around back when me and my mate came here to Japan, good times. Also Integra is coming along nicely too! :thumbsup:

I think i´m Honda addicted now lmaoo . I went from stanced drift cars to functional drift cars to Hondas and Kanjo lmao . Well , she was really beautiful but i think it was time to move on another project , Teggy . Oooooof really ? Nice . Aye , thanks for the compliments on Teggy , i really appreciate it ! ;)

Added 1 hour 16 minutes later:

Mugen 3..2..1.. GO !!! り内佳パ


Hello guys , i´m back with a
little update on Teggy !!!

Few days ago i was looking on some DC5 aftermarket parts on the internet .
After few hours of searching i´ve found set of
Genuine OEM Honda Integra DC5 Mugen sideskirts in Championship white located in
Tokyo And i´ve immidiately ordered them with overnight shipping !

Also , today i finally registered my DC5 ! OH MY GOD , i´ve waited 2 hours in the line ... NEVER again .
But , that means that i finally have plates on the car so yeet !



The installation of the sideskirts was really easy and took me less than hour .

Here are some pics

Before :



And

After :



They look much more aggressive in my opinion and i really like them !




Finances:
Genuine OEM Honda Integra DC5 Mugen sideskirts - 700V$
Plates - 80V$

22 257.81V$ - 700V$ - 80V$ = 21 477.81V$

This post was edited by Nightrunner (2018-09-23 17:19, 330 days ago)