September 24, 2017

One of the most frustrating parts of owning classic cars is outdated technology. Headlights is one of the most important features any car can have especially for night time cruises. Sadly, it is not as simple as replacing bulbs just to keep up with modern technology or totally improve the light output of your vehicle.

Here in Organized Garage Status, not only did we develop a projector retrofit con...

July 28, 2017

If you've acquired a 20 year old Lexus, congratulations! Your plastic door panels are probably cracked in every stress point and breaking apart from the door itself. Some may think that fixing door panels would be as easy us mixing up some resin, and pouring it to the cracks. Nope, resin does not stick to plastic. Even if you rough it up. Resin will simply peel off clean once its dry and cured. So...

October 9, 2015

Like I said in the last couple articles, if you don't flush and bleed your brake fluid system regularly, the brake fluid itself is designed to absorb moisture and in time dirt and grime start to build up within the system. In turn, the seals start to dry up and deteriorate which causes the brake fluid and pressure to leak.

Whenever you pump your brake pedal, your brake master cylinder's job is to p...

October 2, 2015

One of the most sought after modifications in the SC community is swapping the stock brake calipers for either the 98-00 Lexus LS400 front brake calipers or any MKIV Twin Turbo Toyota Supra front and rear brake calipers. There are a number of reasons why it would be a good idea to do either. Both options are made of cast aluminum, which means both are much lighter and is a natural heat sink, and d...

September 26, 2015

After putting some miles of driving on our vehicles, maintenance will always catch up to it. And nothing is more important than the system that stops the car. It is ideal to flush and bleed the brake fluid system every 80-100,000 mile interval. Even though the system is sealed, the fluid is designed to absorb moisture and it accumulates dirt after some time, which leads to the deterioration and fa...

September 21, 2015

If you’re looking to convert the rear suspension to polyurethane bushings as well, don’t expect to accomplish everything in just a day, even with some help on hand. The rear suspension is a five link suspension, consisting of the upper control arm, a lower control arm, toe rod, traction rod and the coilover strut. Like the front Prothane polyurethane bushings kit, it is also a complete set for the...

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