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12-09-2003, 03:31 AM
Does anyone have good pictures of MKIIs with both body kits from erebuni? I mainly want to see the difference in side panels.
Also how and where do the kits mount, would it be easy to install it myself?
Also, is it necessary to have all the bottom trim to mount the kit? I'm pretty sure the plastic underneath the front bumper is a little cracked (on the very bottom), and I'm missing the bottom trim on the passengers side.
12-09-2003, 03:52 AM
Oh yes and also if you have any pics of what the kaminari kit looks like in the back I'd like to see that as well.
12-09-2003, 04:36 AM
They show a mitcom and a toysport kit on there as well...any idea what those look like?
Check out the pics of the burgandy 86 Mk2 on my website. Click on the burgandy car on the first page to see four more pics. You can also see a few more in the "Supra Pictures" section.
The kit was on the car when I bought it, so I can't offer any advice on installation.
You can see more at www.erebunicorp.com. Mine is two body kits, the front and sides are Style 631 ant the rear is style 630. Go on the site, click on products and go to ground effects.
Hope that helps.
12-09-2003, 01:56 PM
I've seen your site before, I love that burgandy car. I was thinking of getting the front air dam from the kaminari kit http://126.96.36.199/images/L0851931.jpg though, because the erebuni kits looks like the lip is too californiacustomish (if that's a word). I'm not sure though, because it doesn't look all that bad on yours. I'm not sure if I want the whole kaminari kit yet, because I still haven't seen the rear bumper yet and I've always loved the kind yours has. Chances are I'll buy my kit peice by peice, mostly because I can't afford to spend $600 at one time right now, and I don't think I want all the peices from the same kit.
By the way dean, what kind of wheels are those?
The wheels were on the car when I bought it too. I think they say "Commodore Modular Wheels" on them. They're 15x7 with a +20 mm offset. I'm not a big fan of 5 spoke rims with 4 bolts, but I think these look ok.
Another Supra owner says that he remembers these Commodore rims being available about 5-10 years ago. Not sure if you can find them now.
12-10-2003, 12:56 PM
i have a eribuni kit for sale, but i think it would be too hard to ship. it is fiberglass and bulky. i only want $200 for all 4 peices. there are some cracks that can be fixed, and a couple that have been fixed but still need sanded.
12-10-2003, 01:38 PM
Which kit is it (on erebunis site is it the red or the white one)? is it easy to mount? Do the side skirts require the body molding on the bottom of the door (my drivers side is missing)? Also where are the cracks and how big are they?
12-10-2003, 02:28 PM
you dont need those side peices. it mounts pretty easy. the side peices sort of hang. you take the plastic trim along the floor off, hang the side skirt, put the trim back, then a couple screws on the bottom and to secure it to the front and rear flares. the rear peice uses the stock bolts that hold the metal strap on the bottom of the bumper cover. the front uses the ctock bolts on the bottom of the front bumper, some to secure to the flares, then a couple in the front to hold it flush to the bumper. on the back pass side one of the vents is cracked and needs repaired. the sides are perfect, and the front has a couple cracks on the bottom as the car it was on origonally was sitting too low. pm your email address and ill send better pics when i get home. btw, it looks just like the red kit, but the rear peice is closer to the white one. i dont know what brand this kit is, but it is fiberglass. maybe kaminari?
12-11-2003, 03:18 PM
Have a look at mine. It has been molded into place and is seemless. I did not want the erebuni skirts so I got BMW M3 side skirts instead.
I have to say the rear apron was a right pain in the ass to fit and had to be cut in several places.
I would not recomend fitting it yourself.
Check it out!
12-12-2003, 03:50 AM
On second thought I'm not sure a kit is the right thing for me, the more I look at it the erebuni kit looks like it would just add weight and bulk, not to mention bringing it closer to the ground, which means scraping/cracking it on driveways, hills, potholes, etc. If I get any kit at all, I'm leaning towards the Kaminari one because it looks far less ricey, not to mention I could put those cool lights in the air dam.
Thanks for the offer anyway william.
12-21-2003, 02:51 AM
We had talked about me comming down and getting that kit from you about 6 months ago. I was going to go to Georgia to pick up a 7mgte mk2 from Jeff Tamulis.
Well i had the car shipped and at the time you were not too excited about the prospect of shipping the kit.
If you have changed your mind I would love to purchase the kit.
Can you send me some pictures at
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