New Rims on the Y34!

Discussion in 'Infiniti/Nissan' started by JadeY34, May 5, 2008.

  1. chrispy

    chrispy Active Member

    Speaking from experience, just go for the suspension you want in the first place. So you don't have to pay twice. Also pearl white always costs more to paint. Might be more cost effective to just wait until you can get a body kit to paint everything.
     
  2. Ubiquity

    Ubiquity New Member

    Could be kinda risky painting the plastic pieces, since it is white and its hard to match completely. Wait for a body kit IMO
     
  3. JadeY34

    JadeY34 New Member

    I dont mind rolling the springs for a while since I also got them really cheap and I have some great friends with a shop who will install it for cheap.

    On the painting of the plastic parts, unless i get the sweet hookup from a friend or sponsor then I will be waiting until I get a body kit.
     
  4. VipDout

    VipDout Active Member

    Nice rims for the car .. and the new photo shop will help you attain your goal
     
  5. actolex

    actolex New Member

    Amazing what painting the bottom trim can do for the car !!!

    Gotta' love those Y34's....=)
     
  6. guymx83

    guymx83 New Member

    pain in the ass to match colors. so if they do good work. just pay them up... and yes...

    Skaper has the winning pictures.
     
  7. JadeY34

    JadeY34 New Member

    I wish tuning the car was as easy as using photoshop.

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  8. wish it was machine polished rather than chrome.
     
  9. JadeY34

    JadeY34 New Member

    That was what I wanted but since these were the last set in the country and the line was being discontinued I got them at a ridiculous deal from my buddy who works for the importer.
     
  10. RaCinStylez

    RaCinStylez VSC Super Moderator

    now thas gang*
     
  11. jubei07

    jubei07 New Member

    Jade, nice platform to start with. I am from Jacksonville, FL. It's good to see another Floridian on the site. LOL. Isn't there a car crew out in Orlando called Jade Motorsports? I vaguely recall seeing some of their rides before and maybe on deepvison. Hopefully you'll be dropping that thing soon. If your in J'ville holla at me.
     
  12. JadeY34

    JadeY34 New Member

    Yup Im from Jade. Used to have the Mroadster, then the 911 Targa now im trying my hand at VIP.

    Mods: Is it ok to post a link to my clubs website?

    Thanks!!!
     
  13. Skaper

    Skaper New Member

    :biggthumpup: yup
     
  14. JadeY34

    JadeY34 New Member

    Check us out:

    We are Jade Crew out of orlando. We mainly have tuer cars but I have always had euros and am now trying the VIP thang. I had the 911 and the mroadster. There are also some hotties on there.

    http://www.jadecrew.com
     
  15. //935GS400

    //935GS400 VSC Super Moderator

    daym u guys got some sick cars. I like the NSX. cant wait to see your car up to par w/ them.
     
  16. JadeY34

    JadeY34 New Member


    Thanks,

    Here are my two previous projects:
    My widebody 911 Targa
    http://jadecrew.com/james_widebody_targa.php
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    My old Mroadster:
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  17. JadeY34

    JadeY34 New Member

    Ok so the best price I got for the painting of the sides and rear is $580. Since the paint is a 3 stage pearl thats not too bad.

    Here is my dilema, I hope to be able to get a kit in about a year or more. Should I pay the money to have this done now, even though its going to be covered up or replaced when the kit gets here?

    The kit is about 3g's plus 1500 to paint and convincing the wife on that will take a while...hehehhe
     
  18. ZoO

    ZoO Member

    depends on how long it willl take to get the kit on. and think if that time frame is it worth the $580.
     
  19. JadeY34

    JadeY34 New Member

    Its looking like 12 months till i get the kit in and on.
     
  20. perzbenz

    perzbenz New Member

    IMO, just dgaf about the front, rear and sides for now since youre getting a kit. no point wasting money. unless you like to waste money.
     

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