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Hello people!
im new to the forum and am a man in need of ideas!
I have an ej9 and im looking to start modding her up a bit, looks like a lot of you guys n gals have gone down the same route with an eJ, so where did you all start and whats made the most difference for ya?

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What have you done to it so far or is it just stock? wheels, lowering, induction kit, exhaust, you can do anything really personal preference.
 

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its just stock atm but i have plans for induction and lowering (and tryin to stiffen her up on cornering) but anything further than that really just what sorta other early mods you guys have been up to?
 

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I started with changing my front grill to a type r grill, then an induction kit later on I then changed my alloys. Recently I have added door wind visors, for more information about how to install and where to order it from check this link: diy-exterior/jdm-wind-visors-t2187.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

As for future mods, who knows!

There are loads of ways to do things, so really up to you.

For advice check out Alec's write ups:
Lowering
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Intakes
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cool i'll check it out nothing special is my middle name 8-|
i take it it was pretty easy to install?
 

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It came with instructions, which was sort of confusing for me but thats prob just me :p took me like 2 hours lol but I bet it will take anyone else less time.
 

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ha ive just bin lookin over some instructions off the website, it doesnt look to bad but nothing ever tends to run smoothly for me :evil:

cheers for the info tho buddy!
 

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Installing an induction kit is easy as pie just take off the old one and put the new one on!
 

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ah well it sounds pretty strait forward then old=out new=in, i think i got it tee hee! :) i'll time myself so you can all laugh at my inferior mechanic skills! :)
 

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lol, a thread about how to install an intake. what next.

i would do in this order

alloys and lowwering (save up and do both in one hit)
inake
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i no! isnt it crazy that there are people out there that dont know how to install an intake, if we were all as smart as you it would be so much easyer!
we would already know everything!
cheers for the input tho!
i learnt a lot! :D
 
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