18 Jun 2014
Small write up with pictures for the group buy rear camber shims. PM me if you have any questions. Start with removing the rear wheels Remove the four 12mm bolts on the rear. I didn't remove the rotor or caliper doing this. It might be easier for some to remove some brake components to ma...
163 Views · 2 Replies ( Last reply by MoarLow )
30 May 2014
People have asked for the C9 Business Card to promote the site. Here it is. Down load it and print out as many as you want. CLICK HERE FOR THE BUSINESS CARDS
173 Views · 2 Replies ( Last reply by FinalGear )
30 Apr 2014
Hey guys! I'm back from a long hiatus with a DIY for you all, and a pretty simple one that really shouldn't take all that long (assuming you have access to some power tools). I'm going to go through the steps needed to install a Magnaflow catback exhaust system (or any other catba...
444 Views · 4 Replies ( Last reply by RedlineCorolla )
29 Mar 2014
Simple oil catch can for whom ever is interested. Harbor frieght was the cheapest I found compared to Home Depot and Lowes. I used a air compressor mini filter as my oil catch can. Spent ~ $12 Not responsible if you fail haha. Have fun Tools needed: 10 mm socket Ratchet Plier Razor blade or...
505 Views · 3 Replies ( Last reply by Josh.Chaos )
19 Jan 2014
Here is an easy installation procedure for a REAR TOW HOOK for a 9th Gen Toyota Corolla. I used this on my 2006 XRS and had It installed in about 20 minutes. I recommend this for looks only and not for towing. Begin by logging on to JDM Password.com and purchase the Password: JDM Billet Aluminum...
2,135 Views · 17 Replies ( Last reply by corollas03 )
11 Jan 2014
* Please understand, you are doing this install at your own risk. I am not responsible if you damage something or if you have any safety related accidents. I will do my best to describe each step properly* Tools Needed: 3/8 Ratchet w/extension 19mm socket (for Steering wheel nut) 1...
764 Views · 1 Replies ( Last reply by hughesjasonk )
25 Jul 2013
Are your seats looking nasty? Do they smell pretty bad? Want to clean them but don't want to pay somebody a lot of money and dont want to rent an expensive shampooer? Well your in luck. There is a process that detailers have been using for years that is cheap and really works. It requires ver...
1,655 Views · 7 Replies ( Last reply by koleo )
13 Jun 2013
Saw this over on Reddit. I've already tried it, and it works. Source - http://www.reddit.co...a_free_vehicle/ QuoteType in "dealer autocheck inurl:vin" on Google search bar.Click the first link that comes up. Look at the url. The end of the url should be a vin #. Delete the current...
2,763 Views · 12 Replies ( Last reply by Ryker14 )
04 Apr 2013
Well finally, I've had the time to do the retro I talked about while I was still in the desert over a year ago. This DIY will be specifically for the Morimoto Mini H1 (Version 5.0) First, remove your headlight. It's three bolts. To get to the third one on the bottom, you'll need to r...
3,344 Views · 17 Replies ( Last reply by Da6d )
09 Feb 2013
This is a basic install for water meth. There is alot of different kits with different controllers so common sense must be applied. First is tank and pump placement. I chose to put both in the trunk. If you go more than 50/50 mix of methanol/water ie 51/49 Methanol/water do not mount the tank in...
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(Toyota Corolla) El humilde Racing 6.43 @ 218 MPH- 1/4 mile
rpm2zz - Jul 17 2014 03:02 AM