Not much gets past you guys!:nerd:Oooohhh... I wanna know about this part. I'd be happy with just the multi level adjuster switch above the coin bank at your left knee. The full auto levelers requires a LOT of extra stuff beyond just the headlights.
I'm pretty happy it worked out...a lot of work for it not too! I like the little covers over the ash tray and cup holders. From what it looks like it was a deleted from gen 1.5 cars, outside of course the speed6. So for you <2006 cars it probably looks close to what you guys have already (some minor differences)How awesome that you got the auto climate solved. The speed center dash looks great too. I cant wait to see it in the flesh.
It wasn't too bad at all.
Thanks for the info Kevin! I do remember looking at the BCM P/Ns between the models and are the same (outside of the speed6). But in case I'll put it to the test!The leveling motor is in the headlight housing. It would be much easier to get HID housings that already have them of course. Being that you have an 07 getting the auto leveling to work would be easier, though I'm not sure if the harnesses are different since HIDs were an option on the grand touring. The level is controlled through the BCM on an 06-08 (something the 03-05 doesn't have), not sure if all of them are the same or you would need a BCM from an HID car. They're getting more prevalent in junk yards so acquiring it shouldn't be too hard.
Build is looking great!
Thanks! That's pretty much what I expected, I'm really glad to hear there are no surprises other than the slight possibility of some corrosion since this is starting to seem like something I'm going to have to do in the cold. I want to wait for warmer weather but the driver side has gotten noticeably louder in the past few weeks so I'm not sure it can wait that long. :frown2:It wasn't too bad at all.
1) Remove the caliper and rotor
2) Remove the dust cap in the center, I just used a small chisel and tapped it off
3) Remove the 35~36mm nut off.
4) Slide the bearing assembly off. Mine had some minor minor rust on the spindle but it came off pretty easily still as an assembly. I've had cars where the inner race likes to stick on the spindle. That can be a pain if it does.
I crashed into the box that my set are sitting in today in the garage. I really need to get mine installed. @hurddawg the machine is looking great!You are going to love those speed brakes. Above all it is probably the one modification I enjoy the most. I get to enjoy it every time I slow, (not just when I corner)
Thanks! Thanks for confirming the braces. You are probably right about the reason too. I like what you did with your brakes, looks great!!@hurddawg this are moving along quite wonderfully. I reference to your rear suspension bar, I have that as well on my 04 so it may be a GG/GY difference. Perhaps to lend more stability to an open rear cargo area?
You are going to love those speed brakes. Above all it is probably the one modification I enjoy the most. I get to enjoy it every time I slow, (not just when I corner)
From what I read the 06-08 cars had slightly larger brakes than the earlier models so the difference would be less pronounced for our '07 cars. But they still looked to be a good 1" or so larger.How much of a difference do the speed6 brakes make?
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I bought this Autoexe rear brace to supplment the tower brace I made. This bar is only about a 18" at most so I was surprised at the size once I received it in the mail...all said and done, it was about $180 to get it state side. Those of you that live in states that don't need to pay sales tax on internet sales can get it a bit cheaper. Based off the photos I had seen I didn't want to try and tackle this one....but I'm kinda regretting it now.