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post #1 of 17 Old June 13th, 2014, 07:51 PM Thread Starter
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Saleen wing & 4" tips are on! (DSLR action up in hur)

So my aunt gave me her old Canon 10D and I decided to get to work. The lens isn't high quality and it's a 24-70mm so I'll be replacing it soon (tips on what lens I should get would be appreciated), but I got some decent pictures out of it!

Plus, I don't think I've posted pics with the new exhaust and wing on so here we go...











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I really love new edges with those rims on it. Almost makes me want to go out and buy one for shits and giggles.



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Good looking car, man. I'm on my phone so your photos look fine to me. What brand is your 24-70?
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That's a fine piece of ass you got there t_rail94. 4" tips fill the cutouts nicely

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Good looking car, man. I'm on my phone so your photos look fine to me. What brand is your 24-70?
It's a Sigma. I have nothing against them, but the picture quality isn't as great as I was hoping for.

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That's a fine piece of ass you got there t_rail94. 4" tips fill the cutouts nicely
Thanks mayne. The tips were one of my favorite purchases.



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What is your budget for a new(er) lens? Are you wanting something with the same focal range or one with more? Maybe a prime lens?
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What is your budget for a new(er) lens? Are you wanting something with the same focal range or one with more? Maybe a prime lens?
I'm mainly just looking for a used large-aperture lens. My budget is about $200. I prefer to shoot with a longer range than the 24-70mm that I currently have.



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What spring set-up do you have?
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What spring set-up do you have?
Ford Racing C-Springs. No isos in front and adjustable LCAs in the rear.


It's a great setup for a car that I sometimes have to DD. Can just get over speed bumps without having to go in at crazy angles to avoid scraping and it still looks pretty sexy in my eyes.



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I'm mainly just looking for a used large-aperture lens. My budget is about $200. I prefer to shoot with a longer range than the 24-70mm that I currently have.
It's gonna be nearly impossible to find a quality, fast, & long lens for $200. Two, affordable fast lenses are Canon's 50mm 1.8 ($100 new) and their 40mm 2.8 ($150 new).

Check out Canon Digital Photography Forums - Powered by vBulletin There's a huge classified section of used gear.
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It's gonna be nearly impossible to find a quality, fast, & long lens for $200. Two, affordable fast lenses are Canon's 50mm 1.8 ($100 new) and their 40mm 2.8 ($150 new).

Check out Canon Digital Photography Forums - Powered by vBulletin There's a huge classified section of used gear.
I appreciate the link!

My plan all along was to get the 50mm 1.8 and when I have some extra cash, I might splurge on a 85mm 1.8 for my Nikon D60.



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Do you have 18" wheels or 17"
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Where did you get those tips man? And how much if you dont mind me asking. I have a full roush kit with the exhaust im gonna try to get on before Christmas but ive been playing around with the idea of getting some nice tips in the interim and just selling them in the future.

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They are Cherry Bomb 15* angle cut.

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