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Year: 2005

Make: Nissan

Model: Xterra

Transmission: Automatic

Color: Night Armor

Tires & Wheels:

- 285/75/16 Toyo Open Country M/T
- semi-flat black powder coated Xterra wheels

Powertrain:

-K&N FIPK
-Custom Magnaflow cat-back

Exterior:

-Clear Corners
-Blacked out tails
-Black grill
-In Channel Vent Visors
-Pilot Fog Lights

Interior:

-Kenwood DPX701
-JBL GTO series 6x9s & 6.5s
-JL W3 12" in MY custom box
-Garmin Nuvi 780 in factory dock
-Gentex compass/tempature Mirror
-CoverKing Seat Covers

Accessories:
Packasport Car top
Tilt Trailer w/
2008 Polaris 700 Dragon 163"
2007 Polaris RMK 700 155"

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Engine Bay:



Interior:



My Sub box that I cranked out last summer.



From the rear



And a little bit of FUN!!!



I finally did this. Hope you guys like it.
 

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Very clean ride. I love the clear corners. How exactly did you do it? I am very interested. Oh and how do you like your K&N intake so far?I've been trying to decide between that and Volant.
 

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For the clear corners, you have to take out the headlight housings and put them into the oven for about 20 to 30 minutes with the oven temp about 125 degrees. Gently pry apart the clear cover of the housing once the glue softens up then pop out the orange reflector. Oh ya make sure to seal the housing back up with a silicon sealant. There are a few threads on this but you get the idea. This was my first time doing that and it worked out good.

The K&N is great. I've had K&N intakes on my old cars and I like them a lot. There loud and you can feel the difference. No issues with the filtration. I recommend them!
 

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For the clear corners, you have to take out the headlight housings and put them into the oven for about 20 to 30 minutes with the oven temp about 125 degrees. Gently pry apart the clear cover of the housing once the glue softens up then pop out the orange reflector. Oh ya make sure to seal the housing back up with a silicon sealant. There are a few threads on this but you get the idea. This was my first time doing that and it worked out good.

The K&N is great. I've had K&N intakes on my old cars and I like them a lot. There loud and you can feel the difference. No issues with the filtration. I recommend them!
Where are the threads at?I am having a hard time locating them. I know you say the K&N is loud but is it a ricey loud or a nice solid rumble?
 

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Unless I missed it somewhere, what is the Trim of your Xterra?!?
 

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Your fog light mod had me do a search on your ride. It is very nicely put together so far. Kudos!
 

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Wesley Snipes would be proud! OR Charlie Murphy...Darkness!!!
 
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