Xtonz PanO van =]

X_christ0n

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HAHAHAHA! im always at livo kks its near my house my cig lighter is broken in the panno so no gps. fail =[! so i went to buy some and scored a full set of semi sealed beam headlights for my quadlights for 5 dollars a piece =]! cheering! lol they arent as shiny as the original koito bulbs though =[. ill upload some pics when they are actually on the car =[
 

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a lot has happend since i posted in this thread heaps of progress. my panno currently since on rays engineering three piece meshies and i finally started getting things done on my sprinter =] heres some pics =]




finally got a set of smick wagon tail lights =]


 

X_christ0n

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i keep spending to much time money and effort on my panno instead of my 86 ive been lazy i made my own lip and got some fender mirrors off a datsun all i wanna do is lower it a little and i suppose ill be satisfied for now =/ hahaha



chrome bars still on order should get it soon . i hope to pull my finger out and get my 86 running soon its been almost a year since i drove it =[
 

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nothing wrong with working on the panno. your only doing small simple stuff anyway.
besides its great to have a car that you can just get it, turn the key and drive without having to worry if it will start or fix some tiny little problem that fucks EVERYTHING up...
 

X_christ0n

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i finally got around to lowering the panno =] at the rear i only have lowering blocks for now at the front im running BC br type coilovers also have ra40 Lca and jdm vented brakes to go in waiting on a new set of balljoints before i use the lcas =]. spewing that this recent buy has definitely thrown me off budget =[ so close to driving my 86 again
 

xero

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yeah but think about it this way, if you didnt have the panno you'd scrambling to get the AE86 done and you have to bodge fix everything and possible more shit would go wrong.
 

X_christ0n

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coilovers rca and brakes in =] just have to wait to get paid to get some new tie rod ends knuckles and balljoints =]


i dont know if its just my car but i feel ke70s have a much smaller wheel arch im scrubbing on 14x6.5+14 with 195/60/14s while i havent had this much drama with my 86 running 15x8 0 offset 195/50/15 maybe because of the smaller wheel ratio due to the stretch ?? anyway it still scrubs with my camber tops maxed out so im probably gonna flare the guards at some point for when i put the new lca in. or at least roll them anyway




 

fergo308

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God,I want one of these now as well! Might even consider buying one once the 86 is finished. Would be cool to build a cruiser wagon...

Keep up the good work mate,this thing's come a long way so far!


Justin...
 

X_christ0n

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Thanks heaps guys and you should definitely get a panno they came with 8 inch sub holes behind the seats from factory it's such a comfortable daily especially with a stock 4age
 

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ive been playing around with caster settings haha its still not quite right pretty hard as im guessing tbh just making sure i wind it up even now its rubbing on the front of the guards when reversing at close to full lock other then that im just enjoying driving it everyday


OH YEAH ANd also i finally recieved my chrome bumpery goodness from kayparts he seems to be a nice guy althought it took 3 months instead of the one month promised i was worried i got taken for a ride but sure enough here it is =] now i just gotta find somone to help me fab up some brackets =]