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  • About Ghost_54
    Burlington, Ontario Canada
    Computers, and my 03 Max
    Senior Auditor
    2003 Maxima SE
    Major modifications
    Custom built SRI with BPI Velocity Stack, Block Plate, NWP Spacers,
    Tranny type
    Street Radials
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    Llumar 20% /FSTB /SRI /BPI Stack /*17 Adv. /ATE Rotors & Pads / 6000k HID Fogs /2x10 Subs & 1000w amp. /GoodYear 235/45/17 /Budget B pipe & Vibrant Exhaust /LED Int. Lighting /Chrome Gauge Rings /Viper Security /F&R ES MM & Sub Bushings /Sm Markers /KYB GR2's-S-Techs /Cus block plate-VIAS del /NWP Spacers /Stillen Lip & Rear Valance

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  • Last Activity: 08-03-2018 08:20 PM
  • Join Date: 11-19-2007
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  1. 12-29-2014 01:21 PM
    I'm looking for the Stillen Classic lip for my 2002 Maxima. Do you have one or have access to one? Another member reference you. Thanks.
  2. 05-12-2011 08:25 PM
    Hey just wondering how you liked the gr2 tein s tech set up i want to go with the same thing on my 96. Is the ride rough, is it a nice drop etc. Thanks man!
  3. 04-26-2011 09:45 PM
    congrats with 1k posts!
  4. 03-25-2011 05:54 PM
    Hello Ghost_54. I dont know if my messages are getting through, but thankyou for the advice. Im sorry its taken so long to reply. i appreciate any advice anybody has to offer on here. Im curious about the computer, does it have a back up battery like a regular mother board, or is it standlaone,and just relies on the cars sensors to reprogram it. f not, id better get it done. Yhanks again.
  5. 02-18-2011 09:19 PM
    your car is amazing bro, im goin with blue lights myself, wat did u go wit and is it lowerd i really cant tell lol
  6. 03-28-2010 06:03 PM
    There are two small nuts that hold the fog lamp housing in place, so yes you have to access them from under the car just jack it up and do one side at a time. Disconnect the wiring harness and then the fog lamp slides forward into your hand (carefull not to drop it and break the glass) the 100w bulbs will not damage the housing but they do run hot and may crack the glass under certain circumstances, so there are other options and bulbs that can be used. Tons of great comments in this thread started by Rochester who was after the same nice white light from his fogs similar to your quest

    And thank you for the very kind comments about the look my car has taken on.
  7. 03-28-2010 05:27 PM
    I have seen you car, and it looks like one of the nicest on the web! I love it. I am trying to make my fog's look cleaner, brighter, and match my xenon headlights (white color). I am not very expeienced with this kind of thing yet however. I have looked it up and all,but do you only have to get under the car and pull the bulb out? is their more it it? If i buy a 100w bulb is it going to over head and damage the housing? any help you can provide I'd be greatful for.
  8. 02-03-2010 08:39 PM
    i was wondering how the s techs and kyb struts are holding up. did u ever have any problems with them?
  9. 12-10-2009 09:33 PM
    thanks for all the info. you answered everything i needed to know and in the detail i was looking for. glad to know there are helpful members on this forum! but unfortunately my engine took a **** on me today (p0303).. well that's another story.. thanks!
  10. 12-10-2009 02:14 PM
    i have a question for you regarding the e/s motor mounts.. so i read you swapped out your front and rear mounts, and i'm also interested in doing that in my car.. BUT i've read to swap out the mounts in an automatic maxima, the motor mount brackets have to swapped out from a manual transmission maxima.. could you please help me out with some info and explain to me everything you did to complete the motor mount inserts swap.. thank you

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