Ok here is my 92 ES300. It has a lot of things done to it. This site will take you through it all. The first page will be all exterior work, the second interior and the third is just pics of me and friends. Tell me what you think of it and overall VOTE on it. I personally think this is the hottest ES on this site, but everyone thinks their car is the best. Tell me what you think about it and tell me what you think I should change.
Ok these are the most recent pics. I have air bags on it from a company called hack shack. Don't get yours from there. They give you very little drop. In all these pics my front is as low as it will get and my back is set to match the front.
With the bags
With paying for bags you would think it would be lower then this. I had the strut mounts moved up to the top and the strut it self had to have some work done to get it this low. I am going to get cylinders for the front from chasis tech to get it lower then this.
The back goes lower then this. It will drop down to the top of the rim, which is perfect. I just have to get the front to match the back to make it even. It will come soon.
Ok I have slotted/drilled rotors and everything in there is powder coated from the slots and drill holes to the caliper it is all coated. Bad pictures I know, but you get the idea.
With out the bags
Ok with out the bags I had the suspension lowered. I had 1.6 drop in the front and 1.0 in the rear. It made it look even becuase the system in the back. I had to get the rear wheel well cut some and have spring stiffners put in. If you do 20's go with a 8" wide rim and you will have no problems.
The rims are 20X8.5 Enkie Kapones, with a 1.6" drop in the front.
The tires are 245/35/20 Hankook Ventus Sports, with a 1" drop in the rear.
With out the spoiler.
With the spoiler.
OK with the LED's I went with straight white. I didn't want the multi color or anything I just wanted to keep it clean.
With the 18's
Ok the 18's didn't give me the problems the 20's did but they did not look as good I think. Tell me what you think.
Getting the kit put on