Nice ride! I was telling my girlfriend when/if ever her car decides to quit running she should get a new camry. She currently has a 4 cyl 97 Camry with 190,000 miles on it. Still runs strong. Been in many minor accidents and even hit a deer at 40 mph. It's a tank. She wants a 5th gen (2005+) Mustang though. :/
5d mark II...thats why. That camera can buy me a stage II supercharger kit for my 2.5
I never drive a newer toyota sedan before. However, from my experience on 94 corolla, 00 corolla and 12 rav4..All toyota feels like a boat to me. Not that they suck, but feel like the car's suspensions are very loose.
Engine & Tuning: Weapon R Intake|OBX TB Spacer|OBX 4-2-1 header|
So I had 35% tint installed Wednesday and just orderd a Morimoto 3five 5000k Elite HID kit today. I originally backed out of the idea of putting a kit into OEM halogen projectors, but there's no OEM HID option for the Camry (a true retrofit is pricey and i wouldn't know where to start anyway ) and after seeing the cut off (below) over @ the Toyota Forums I was quite impressed -- same Morimoto kit installed in the OEM headlights.
...wit that being said, LED's or Fogs, which look better? I prefer the LED's but I hate the location of them, they're not integrated into the design at all. I'll probably do the DRL's during the day & fogs at night.
HID's with OEM DRL LED strips
HID's with OEM fog lights (cell phone pic)
Cut off (cell phone pic again), the flare is from the light reflecting btw. not as sharp as I hoped for, but the cut off is still clearly defined and the squirrel spotter light is the only light going above it, as it should.
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