So what would constitute the usage of the AC emblems? Do you have to have one of the engine upgrades or XX amount of AC parts?
I like the looks of the emblems but wouldn't put them on my car without having something AC. I was looking at door sills, handbrake, pedal set and then emblems + center caps(also some silver guage rings to spruce it up inside). I just wonder if you can get away with using those without having one of their more substantial upgrades. Any thoughts?
EDIT: Also, considering getting rims that are not ACS - a little more expensive that I would be willing to pay and not the look I would try to achieve.
I'm real picky about stuff like that too, actually I'm boarderline psyco I suppose. I won't even wear a T-shirt that has a place I've never been to on it. I figure if you like ACS stuff you will buy some, then it is OK to put the badges/stickers on.
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Originally posted by Balucanb@Oct 21 2003, 11:26 PM I'm real picky about stuff like that too, actually I'm boarderline psyco I suppose. I won't even wear a T-shirt that has a place I've never been to on it. I figure if you like ACS stuff you will buy some, then it is OK to put the badges/stickers on.
ha.. the 3.2l conversion would be nice.... oh well, I don't want to spend the money. I look at people who put emblems on their car only b/c it looks good or to fool people. I see Mustangs and other crud with Skyline emblems on them... seems foolish to me. If I had all the stuff I mentioned then I might put the emblems on but still undecided.... danke.
i think that if u like them, get them, they look pretty good on them
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