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Old Mar 24, 2014, 05:52 PM
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What did you do to/for your Outlander Sport (ASX / RVR) today?

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Steam Clean engine bay, page1 post#1
Carbon Fiber vinyl wraps, page1 post#4 & post#7
LED angel eyes headlight, page1 post#5

Rally Armor mud flaps, page2 post#16
CURT 13079 Hitch, page2 post#23

Mitsu R/C trucks, page3 post#38
Hitch Accessories, page3 post#41

LED Taillights, page4 post#52

Yellow high-beam bulbs, page5 post#62
Emergency Road-side Tire repair, page5 post#63

Black out front grill, page6 post#76
Carbon vinyl radio bezel & shifter bezel, page6 post#77

modified Door sill (rubber) Scuff Plates, page7 post#94
Bumper Guard (rear) , page7 post#99
EVO X smoked LED side markers, page 7 post#102

Plastidip fog light chrome, page8 post#106

HID 55w 3k yellow Fogs, page9 post#122
Hitch 6" raiser with chrome ball, page9 post#124
LED cigarrette Flashlight, page9 post#130
Yellow fog lights, page9 post#133
Ralliart emblem & logo, page9 post#133
Rear fender bender, page9 post#135


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Nothing too exciting, but since we still had some sunlight left..

I whipped out the steamer.











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Old Mar 24, 2014, 06:23 PM
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I've been contemplating having the engine bay steamed, but hesitated because of the horrors I've read. Something about the electrical components getting crazy.

BTT:
I "installed" the rear fog light that I bought off Ebay. No connection yet.
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Old Mar 24, 2014, 07:16 PM
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Steam is the least corrosive method to clean your engine >
It's Completely bio-safe and leaves no residue. It doesn't harms the plastics, O-rings or belts, plus it won't cause rust in the alternator.

I just wish I could invest in one of these...


it only cost $10K. < Group buy?

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carbon fiber wrap my side mirror covers

Not too bad for my first attempt..




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Led Strip finally. this past Sunday 03/23/2014.

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Looks great!
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Originally Posted by mRVRsport View Post
Not too bad for my first attempt..




Excellent job wrapping.
Its a breeze after the intial try out.
My mirrors covers were my first.
I've redone mine 3 times and love the final one the one the best; been on ever since.

First try, black and gold Carbon Vinyl.


As is now:


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Sweet.

That black&gold looks really good.

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Led Strip finally. this past Sunday 03/23/2014.

And, did you LED strip all the way into the fender? The light "appears" to go that far in..

I NEED to get mine installed... just been contemplating on how far around the headlight I want to wrap the LED around.

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Those LED's are bright.
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Sweet.

That black&gold looks really good.

thank you. it was a hopeful for gold wheels at the time; but end result looked brown at night and i wasnt happy with it.

this was the attempt at the spoiler:



And, did you LED strip all the way into the fender? The light "appears" to go that far in..
I NEED to get mine installed... just been contemplating on how far around the headlight I want to wrap the LED around.



The better the LED the Less amount of inches you need to achieve the desired lighting. I went with a 12" "weatherproof" strip the end with the +/- cord is tucked into fender, the end closer to grille leave about 2 inches without LED. in my opinion looks best.
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that carbon wrappings are awesome, looks neat. I'm not sure I can trust myself to do that

I just picked up my ride yesterday, took them a while to make it

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Yes you can!
Just takes a bit of patience.
I'll make a How-To on how to do it. (Give me a few hours, let me sort through all my other photos.)

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that carbon wrappings are awesome, looks neat. I'm not sure I can trust myself to do that

I just picked up my ride yesterday, took them a while to make it
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And, are those Angel Eye Rings I see in your headlamp!? Now that's pretty neat.
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not quite actually, if you zoom in, you can see the angel eye is kind of chopped not in a straight line, but regarding how fragile it is, they did pretty good
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