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Buddha's Lanos Hatchback (update 07/16/09)

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Re: Buddha's Lanos Hatchback (update)

Postby greenbluewoo » Thu Apr 30, 2009 4:31 am

I found them on courtenaysport.co.uk they ship to the usa you just have to make a account with them
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Re: Buddha's Lanos Hatchback (update)

Postby buddha102 » Wed Jun 10, 2009 6:30 pm

Ok, today i was disappointed to see no woos at one junk yard.... then i was like fuck this, and i went about 25 miles away from my home to see one junk yard, and i became happy because i found not 1, not 2, but 4 lanoses. 2 hatches, 2 4 doors :D

one of the hatch model was a sport version :D

so i got the front bumper from it, and thats about it, cause the rest was all gone (rear bumper, inside was destroyed, back window was destroyed, etc.)

i think the lanos had a turbo in it, cause the whole exhaust manifold was missing, and down pipe all the way to the 2nd CAT was cut off.... idk

but i have a problem, there is a small crack on the bumper, how do i fix it? silicone?
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Re: Buddha's Lanos Hatchback (update)

Postby buddha102 » Thu Jun 11, 2009 10:48 pm

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i took the pic after i got home, now the bumper is sanded half way and filled some big scratches with body filler

im thinking going black with the bumper, should look better than my original color of the car :)
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Re: Buddha's Lanos Hatchback (update)

Postby wolfsreign » Fri Jun 12, 2009 5:48 am

nice. butt munch.
um.. first how long and wide is the "scratch"
2nd.. whats the material?
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Re: Buddha's Lanos Hatchback (update)

Postby daewoomofo » Fri Jun 12, 2009 9:55 am

its a eurothane bumper, they are a butch to work on :evil: , good luck getting the filler to stick to it.
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Re: Buddha's Lanos Hatchback (update)

Postby buddha102 » Fri Jun 12, 2009 2:22 pm

will see today, going to work on it, i hope it got stuck to it.... i hope :?
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Re: Buddha's Lanos Hatchback (update)

Postby wolfsreign » Fri Jun 12, 2009 5:24 pm

dont they have a spray that "helps" things stick? like filler to the bumper?
could also try melting it alittle back together. :P jkk
good luck.
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Re: Buddha's Lanos Hatchback (update)

Postby buddha102 » Fri Jun 12, 2009 6:37 pm

well i went to advance auto parts store and they only showed me some silicons....

i have a special glue, which i used to stick things together... i did it yesterday and when i took a look at the crack that i filled with the glue... it was the same state when i was putting it on.... wtf :x , then i looked at expiration date and it said 3/16/2006... i was like wow :shock:

i sanded the filler that i put on bumper and it dint crack, thank god... looks good, got 3/4 sanded down already, need to prime it soon, then to paint workshop :D

i let the filler dry a day, i rather just wait one day then do it over again....

its good cause my dad left me his 1987 Mercedes to work on his while his at work, so at least im not bored :lol:

P.S. Ace Hardware has a glue for 6/7$ so it wont hit my pocket hard 8)
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Re: Buddha's Lanos Hatchback (update)

Postby wolfsreign » Sat Jun 13, 2009 11:46 pm

......... i use gorilla glue on my bumper... only problem its like a foam.. as it dries it expands.. :/
for ur filler/bondo.. you gonna use putty? supposed to fill in the small itter bitty holes... i used that on my bondo, on my bumper.. it came out smooothhhhh.
just a thought.
good luck on everything going nice. :)
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Re: Buddha's Lanos Hatchback (update)

Postby buddha102 » Sun Jun 14, 2009 12:15 am

i use body filler... put like 1 coat then sand it down... another coat, then sand it down... still dint break or anything

any1 thinking of getting a bumper from junk yard.... THINK AGAIN lol

takes long ass time, and patience :?

ooo well, hope the results be the same as in my head :smt024

EDIT: Gorilla glue eh? hmmmmm.... going dig it to that thx ;)
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Re: Buddha's Lanos Hatchback (update)

Postby buddha102 » Wed Jun 24, 2009 2:10 am

got my headlights painted (in the inside), fog lights and my grill painted

pics will come in shortly ;)
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Re: Buddha's Lanos Hatchback (update)

Postby daewooluvr » Wed Jun 24, 2009 12:20 pm

buddha102 wrote:i use body filler... put like 1 coat then sand it down... another coat, then sand it down... still dint break or anything

any1 thinking of getting a bumper from junk yard.... THINK AGAIN lol

takes long ass time, and patience :?

ooo well, hope the results be the same as in my head :smt024

EDIT: Gorilla glue eh? hmmmmm.... going dig it to that thx ;)



Eh, it's no different with many aftermarket bumpers as well, you still need to do some corrections to make they look perfect. Consider yourself lucky to find one in decent shape.
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Re: Buddha's Lanos Hatchback (update)

Postby buddha102 » Sun Jul 12, 2009 4:22 am

well... it dint have lot of cracks (only 1) but it had lots of dents. Which im currently working on right now....
it takes long time for it to dry (bondo 3m filler), so i decided to paint my rims black

I will try to have some pictures of rims with and not on the car, they look sweet :D
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Re: Buddha's Lanos Hatchback (update)

Postby gse_turbo » Wed Jul 15, 2009 10:16 pm

hey pall the car sounds like its coming together, congrats!

hey, I may have just missed some of the details or something but those spark plus covers are for the Z16LET which is new an different from the "big blocks" and "small blocks." those covers would be for the 2009 1.6 Aveo and G3 or the 1.8 AStra
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Re: Buddha's Lanos Hatchback (update)

Postby buddha102 » Wed Jul 15, 2009 10:28 pm

do u know any store that sells spark plug covers in US?
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