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Discussion in 'Member Garages' started by Professor, Jun 3, 2011.
Spike :: 2004 MINI Cooper S (2010-08-24 02:40:51)
Added some new images
Very nice looking MINI.
why thank you
+1 and one of my favorite colors!
Really like the wheels
Hey...I like your taste in colors and wheels...check out my gallery.
Updated images with Aero kit.
Missed the aero kit, huh ? lol
lol yes sir
So I do not have any images of this project. But I purchased a GP replica spoiler from Fubrication.
Sadly like Lynn I am having to do a lot of work to this item to make it a quality part. I followed the instructions on how to install perfectly. However when I began to put the slightest pressure on the mounting bolts both end plates started to crack! No way I was going to drive for long with the fear that it could fly off.
I left the spoiler mounted to the car for the repairs. I used a Dremel to cut and remove a plug from the top of the end plates. I then gravity fed Fiberglass resin into the plates until they were full. I then molded the plug that I had cut with fiberglass back onto the plates. I have high hopes that the heat produced by the curing resin will help the plates conform to the shape they need to be in even after they have been removed from the hatch.
Couple fall images...
Shows off Dark Silver so well!
Prima Nero shines!
And goofing in the garage.
Stratmosphere exhaust, thanks to Chad @ Detroit Tuned
And 6 piston stoppers thanks to Tod @TCE
GP rear trim / lip is back.
GP bumper anyone?
R56 trailing arms
Sorry for the super bad cell phone shot. Ill get good ones of the left side arm install.
:cornut: BEAUTIFUL MINI full of love, money, and hard work. That's one of my favorite colors Miz Scahlet; Confederate Cadet Grey.