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Old 06-20-2010, 08:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Admit1 View Post
What part is the Clazzios?
They look amazing.


https://www.scionlife.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=143029

There are a lot of pages to look at, but I just scan for pictures.
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Old 06-21-2010, 03:44 PM
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Just look for the Awesomesauce label. You will find the Clazzios there. Keep in mind that pictures do not do the clazzios justice.
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Originally Posted by spr0k3t View Post
Just look for the Awesomesauce label. You will find the Clazzios there. Keep in mind that pictures do not do the clazzios justice.
Scikotics forum?
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Old 06-23-2010, 05:09 PM
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Scikotics forum?
er?
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Old 06-23-2010, 07:34 PM
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Originally Posted by spr0k3t View Post
er?
I Googleyddd Awesomesauce hahah.

Btw I'm in the middle of hand painting my seat belt thingys with Black Acrylic.
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Old 06-23-2010, 09:12 PM
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Awesomesauce... demanded by the gods it is!



Can't wait to hear how well it holds up.
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Old 06-24-2010, 02:05 AM
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So I got to hand painting. I'm not the greatest at it, a couple of my belt things turned out well. A couple others not so great. And from putting the belt on me today it already rubbed some paint off. I'll figure something out.

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Plus, I got some sweet Pleather leather for my sun visors. Now for figuring out how to make covers with good stitching!

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Old 06-24-2010, 04:54 AM
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Looking good sir.
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Table for each side :D

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Oznium 1.2" strips lighting up the back :D

Better photos tomorrow hopefully.







Found my curtains on clearance at K2Motor! I am getting a back set for the rear seat windows. =]

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Budda Belly make for safer ride. Who's stock bsp in the background?
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Originally Posted by spr0k3t View Post
Budda Belly make for safer ride. Who's stock bsp in the background?
Haha, this old lady that shops at the grocery store where I work, she could barely make it in that parking spot. But she was using the box properly, seats folded down and packed full of food to donate to church I suppose.

I was telling my gf how jealous I am of that BSP, it doesn't have any dents, scrapes, or deer collisions in its life, and probably less miles!
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Originally Posted by spr0k3t View Post
Budda Belly make for safer ride. Who's stock bsp in the background?
Not when Buddha is obstructing the airbag cover
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Originally Posted by HondAudio View Post
Not when Buddha is obstructing the airbag cover
Yeah I know. Does the cover hit one in the face before the bag? Or does the cover go up and the bag towards someone?
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what the heck? curtains? Are you driving an RV? lol


did you smooth your pillars or just spray or primer and spray?
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Originally Posted by Admit1 View Post
what the heck? curtains? Are you driving an RV? lol
If you want to roll with the cool kids, you have to rock the curtains like the rest of us man.
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Originally Posted by Admit1 View Post
what the heck? curtains? Are you driving an RV? lol


did you smooth your pillars or just spray or primer and spray?
I think they are cool, they don't serve a purpose other than that.

I just cleaned them with alcohol and sprayed them.

I should've let them soak for a day in soapy water then dry, then used primer, then spray paint, but I didn't. The paint chips fairly easily as of now.
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I found the best way to paint interior parts is through sanding down the surface (start with 120, continue up through 800grit until smooth), clean with soapy water (no soaking required), clean with a degreaser (simply green), spray on the adhesion promoter, spray on a very light coat of your favorite color. Let the color dry past the cure time... spray on another light coat. Do the final coat three or four times. Once done, wetsand with 1000grit... throw on one more coat. Wetsand with 2000 grit, throw on a coat of clear (matte, eggshell, or gloss)... you're done.

The process takes longer... but I've beaten parts to death and not seen any chipping or scratching.
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Originally Posted by spr0k3t View Post
I found the best way to paint interior parts is through sanding down the surface (start with 120, continue up through 800grit until smooth), clean with soapy water (no soaking required), clean with a degreaser (simply green), spray on the adhesion promoter, spray on a very light coat of your favorite color. Let the color dry past the cure time... spray on another light coat. Do the final coat three or four times. Once done, wetsand with 1000grit... throw on one more coat. Wetsand with 2000 grit, throw on a coat of clear (matte, eggshell, or gloss)... you're done.

The process takes longer... but I've beaten parts to death and not seen any chipping or scratching.
Yeah and if you were to do that for someone else you'd charge 50 bucks a piece for all the work!

Mine are doing okay, I need to get the paint in a jar to touch up 4 spots, then I will be very careful.
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