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Hey guys,

I have been looking around this site for a bit and wanted to just go ahead and say hola! I live in Southern CA (I am sure you deduced that from my SN) and drive a 2005 Titan CrewCab LE (in addition to a Porsche 911 C4S, hence the last part of my SN). I am looking forward to learning whatever I can here and seeing how everyone sets their trucks up. I am in Iraq at the moment, so I have plenty of time to figure out more things to do to my truck. Later.

SoCal C4S

Here is my truck:

 

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Wow! That is a GREAT looking Truck. Do you have any pictures of the blacked out front?

btw, welcome to CT.
 

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Damn dude. Looks awesome. Welcome to the club. Get back safe.
 

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Awesome T!!! Welcome to the club.
 

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Welcome to club titan...you have a long list of mods but no UpRev ...that's your next mod, you'll love it
 

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PM me the info and what it does for you. Thanks.
 

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Thanks bro. Yeah, I want to remove the OEM honeycomb grilles, as they are flat black and I am sure someone else would want them. Any advice on how to do that? I have never swapped out grilles before. And the steps are awesome in my opinion. You just don't find many people that will drop $1200 on that when you can buy hard mounted ones for $300...
 

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Thanks bro. Yeah, I want to remove the OEM honeycomb grilles, as they are flat black and I am sure someone else would want them. Any advice on how to do that? I have never swapped out grilles before. And the steps are awesome in my opinion. You just don't find many people that will drop $1200 on that when you can buy hard mounted ones for $300...
I took a sawzall to them. Just becareful along the top as it gets a little flimsy but once the new grille goes in it gets some strength back. Good to know about the amps, thx.
 
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