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The Do It Yourself section is used provide assistance with mods and fixes. Whenever you are making a change to your car please take pictures and notes. Let others know what to watch out for and any useful tricks you learn. If you are starting a post in this section from scratch please hold it to a higher standard than you would for other forum posts. i.e. technical detail and even grammar.
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 #51933  by KuroNekko
 Sat Aug 01, 2020 6:47 am
KlutzNinja wrote:
KuroNekko wrote:Given the repaint and the tasteful subtle mods, it's probably the "cleanest" Kizashi in North America. Any nay-sayers post your own Kiz pics!

A more competitive contest would be “dirtiest Kizashi in North America” :lol:


I know Weshoot2 would be a formidable contender.
 #51937  by johnhenrydale
 Sat Aug 01, 2020 5:43 pm
KuroNekko wrote:Given the repaint and the tasteful subtle mods, it's probably the "cleanest" Kizashi in North America. Any nay-sayers post your own Kiz pics!


Thanks Kuro, that's high praise from the King of Kizashistan! Glad to see my long overdue mods are resonating with the Kizashi Kats out there. Anyone wanting to keep up with the continuing adventures check out my car IG page: https://www.instagram.com/Jkizashi/

I post there and on the facebook group a good bit more than here these days. And yes, if there's other cleaner, meaner Kizashis out there, I'm all eyes.
Thanks
JHD
 #51944  by SamirD
 Sat Aug 01, 2020 9:58 pm
KuroNekko wrote:
KlutzNinja wrote:
KuroNekko wrote:Given the repaint and the tasteful subtle mods, it's probably the "cleanest" Kizashi in North America. Any nay-sayers post your own Kiz pics!

A more competitive contest would be “dirtiest Kizashi in North America” :lol:


I know Weshoot2 would be a formidable contender.
Sadly, I would probably be close behind him as it seems the paint is starting to die in Alabama weather. :cry: The poor Kizashi was just fine in the midwest...and now it's dying in the south. :cry: