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Anonymous Jul 30, 8:54am - #5028 
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Newbie with some questions

Can a front mount Intake be install on a 2000 celica and how?

What are some good companies for aluminum wings?

How much does it cost to reapustler the seats?

How much does it cost to paint your dash?

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Eugic92 Jul 30, 9:21am - #5029 
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00scnc, AEM and Injen make good CAI's and can be mounted easily w/ simple hand tools. Aluminum wings that fit in the stock holes are the APR Celica Replacement wing V-spec and V-spec2 and the Konig V-racing spoiler. If you don't care about it fitting in the stock holes or not, you can get any brand you want that you like. Re-upholstering seats is around $400 for a decent job for both front and rear seats. Dash painting can be done for appx $80 from a shop, or you can do it yourself, check out the diy stuff in this site. Hope I helped, if anyone noticed I left something out or my info is not quite rite, be sure to correct me. BTW, welcome to the boards!

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Anonymous Jul 30, 9:31am - #5030 
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Thanks for the info. About the Intake. I recently was given an arospeed front mount Intake, and I wanted to see if that could be put on and how.

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Anonymous Jul 30, 9:44am - #5031 
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Also, I have been looking on E-bay and noticed that there are a lot of Bomz Motorsports aluminum wings. I've never heard of them. Are they ay good?

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Sorry to ask so many questions I am just relatively new to this. One more and I'll be done.
Will a 52" wide wing look good or should it be wider?
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isaac Jul 30, 2:43pm - #5033 
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Quote:
Originally posted by 00scnc:
Will a 52" wide wing look good or should it be wider?
The front windshield is 42" across and the rear windshield is 38" across (measuring the top)

knowing this, 52" might be too wide on the celica... but this is all a matter of personal tastes smile

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Anonymous Jul 31, 3:38am - #5034 
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If 52" might be to wide then what would be a good length?
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Steven Jul 31, 3:59am - #5035 
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http://mbautosport.com/photo_popup.asp?mdlid=18&ID=2937

thats a nice wing that i would... doesn't say the dimensions though

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Thanks for the pic, it gives me a good idea on what length to get now.
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Yeah my boi has it on his celica. one you dont notice it as much (it blends in) compared to one on a civic and two it gives the coolest effect to the third light when driving behind it
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dontmesswithkram Nov 29, 6:40pm - #5039 

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for ur Intake, are you talking about the Intakes that are like intercoolers?

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