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Mon Dec 31, 2007 4:53 am

My friend had those in his 2nd gen rx7... not very classey.

have you checked out the 3rd gen bins? ill go grab a pic right now actually for those who dont know what they look like

corey

EDIT: Pic. the flash REALLY shows all the scratches. cant see those at all in normal light :|

I think these would have a much better chance of fitting, and are what i plan on modeling mine after.

To get this to work in his JDM, he had to get the supporting side trim around the speakers which is slightly different.

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Mon Dec 31, 2007 5:00 am

I have a feeling the 3rd gen bins will cost more than they are worth.

Mon Dec 31, 2007 5:06 am

He got the ones above from a junk yard :) not bad, dont think he paid any more than 75 bucks them, at the most.

the problem is finding a junkyard that has an FD, only 15000 came to the states i beleive

Mon Dec 31, 2007 3:51 pm

I like it. If I could find something like that, I would definitely do it.

Tue Jan 01, 2008 1:17 am

Corey Darling wrote:How many people have chipped out their sound deadening.

Is it really 45 pounds worth?

Im considering it. Does it really do all that much for sound deadening? its pretty thin/solid stuff.

Any one who did do it, wish they didnt?

thx

corey


exST165 did it in his 165 (obviously) and said it was about 3-5 pounds at most. He uses it for track only so I doubt he has an opinion about road noise.

Tue Jan 01, 2008 1:30 am

the sound deadening is only 5 pounds max? well then lol.

How did someone come up with a figure of 45 pounds for the Alltrac Weight Thread?

thanks

Wed Jan 02, 2008 12:46 am

^Maybe it was supposed to be 4-5?

I like the look of that third gen, looks very very stock minus the scratches.

Shame they don't offer something like that for the ST185.

-Towels

Wed Jan 02, 2008 4:06 am

I like the look of that third gen, looks very very stock minus the scratches.


Yeah, im jelous lol. It is infact stock for the US cars, japan got the seats.
those scratches arnt visible at all in normal light. funny how the flash reveals stuff like that.

I was looking at how the porshce cayman S has its space arranged, as it is a 2 seat lift back.

it has two shelf levels, with the highest one coming right up flush to the back of the front seats.

Its a bit more subtatial than i'm looking for.

I may go out tomorrow and get some foam and start shaping some kind of shelf or bin system to make a mold to fill the void of no seats.

Re: Removing Rear Seats -> CF Bins/Trunk Liner?

Wed Mar 27, 2013 3:37 pm

I was looking at a cut up JDM option, then while researching I ran across this. Assuming they have the correct specs for a celica's rear hatch dimensions, this might be a good option. I kind of kicked around getting a spare that is narrow but the same rolling diameter as my other tires like the jdm models have.
http://www.carid.com/1992-toyota-celica-cargo-liner/
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