How do I attach pictures from my computer? Shes getting the 3800sc engine and tranny installed now. I just got the harness from injection technology and computer from sinister performance this week to complete the install. As some of you know I sent my harnesses and computer as well as $200 to phonedawgz who then in turn ripped me off. All the mounts, axles, and etc. i got from west coast fiero. I went ahead and upgraded the super charger pulley to 3.4 as well as some other stuff to make it run right with said pulley from 3800 performance. 3800 Performance never refunded the $100 core charge for the pulley puller installer tool rental that I returned the day after I got it. I went with the pace setter headers and flowtech afterburner muffler for the exhaust from summit. Bigger fuel pump, colder plugs and therm, all aluminum 3 core radiator, some other stuff... Allen at Heart of Dixie Automotive has had the engine out for months and now that he has the last parts needed (harness & computer) he can complete the install. Hes also painting the motor to match the car.
Resize them to 1024 pixels wide or less. I like opening the jpgs in Paint and resizing them to 800x600. Only takes a second. Fits the screen nicely. If it says the file is too big (i.e. over 300kb) then shrink them a little more.
PIP is the best image method since the pics will never disappear.
Neil, I just wanted to clarify that file size is more dependent on the amount of JPEG compression used rather than image size, although obviously a HUGE image will likely have a larger file size.
You are absolutely correct. I should have been more specific. However, Paint doesn't allow you to change the compression level (at least no version I've ever used). My comments were with respect to Paint and it's default jpg compression. If you are using another program then you would be able to adjust the compression level.
If you are using another program then you would be able to adjust the compression level.
I use IrfanView for its ability to re-size images and to be able to pre-determine JPEG file size. For uploading with PIP, I re-size to a maximum image width of 1024 pixels, and I then set the file size to be no larger than 300kb... and I'm golden.
I like the lower trim black. Making it yellow would make the car look higher and taller. That being black makes it look lower and sleeker. JMO. Ive done lots of two tones on many cars over the years just for that effect. On your combination, the eye only sees the yellow and ignores the black, so the cars look is stretched out.
I like the lower trim black. Making it yellow would make the car look higher and taller.
IMO, if the lower panels are black they blend in with the shadows under the car and makes the car appear higher. This is the reason why I changed the rocker panels on my Formula from black to silver. Now the car appears lower.