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CRSKmD

R32 Gts+t Daily/street


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15 minutes ago, Dose Pipe Sutututu said:

Ouch, luckily it's just body.. easy enough to fix up!

Of all the places I could have done the damage I was lucky. Further forwards and I'd have done some suspension and wheel damage, further back the the boot/beaver, tail light and rear bar.

Took it to All Type Crash who did a stellar job pulling out the mess I made.

First they drilled a few small holes to pull out the bulk of it.

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They then chased out as much as they could in metal

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Coat of primer

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Painted up with a decent match in colour.

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I just need to cut some new stickers and we're back in business

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4 minutes ago, Dose Pipe Sutututu said:

Cars setup for grip generally don't slide very well, even in the wet!

I've taken my shit box to a few skid pans and it's so hard to hold it sideways. Also having 2mm toe in at the rear doesn't help with sick angles haha

Yeah for sure. A lot of speed and aggression was required to get it sliding and keep it there. Of course I could have changed the setup to suit drift but that is not the main focus of the car so for now I prefer to give it a solid go as is.

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37 minutes ago, CRSKmD said:

Of all the places I could have done the damage I was lucky. Further forwards and I'd have done some suspension and wheel damage, further back the the boot/beaver, tail light and rear bar.

Took it to All Type Crash who did a stellar job pulling out the mess I made.

First they drilled a few small holes to pull out the bulk of it.

pB21wGY.jpg

They then chased out as much as they could in metal

poSXd9i.jpg

Coat of primer

Asg020y.jpg

Painted up with a decent match in colour.

AD3VvbH.jpg

I just need to cut some new stickers and we're back in business

you dont wait about do you! looks like a cracking job on the repair!

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14 minutes ago, DaymoR32 said:

you dont wait about do you! looks like a cracking job on the repair!

It made me sad haha

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12 hours ago, Kinkstaah said:

I'm still impressed at the speed


How did you find someone to do work who actually.... does work?

haha while there are some crap places out there. There are also some real gem shops that have been around for years 

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