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Old 04-27-2011, 08:04 PM
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can someone design air cleaner decal?

I don't need anything fancy or like it is 100% factory correct.. just a little bordom idea for my '95 K1500, that might be a nice touch



Somthing like this 327 decal, but I'd like it to say
5.0L
Throttle Body Injection
160hp

I will print it to size on some sticker or testors decal paper then bury it in clear

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Old 04-28-2011, 12:03 PM
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You can do it yourself i posted on another thread the other day for a guy, i found a link to where you can make them on your own pretty cool. i will see if i can find it and post back unless you are like me and cannot draw worth a dang.


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If Cole can't find it, I'll try to get something together for you. I don't think it's out of my skill range in Photoshop.
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All i can find is kits to build your own decals/stickers. Found some company's that will make your design into a decal, Don't know if the Matt wants to go that route or not so if you want go ahead and fix something up for him i would love to see your work on this anyway.


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160 hp??? must be a 74 smog motor
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All i can find is kits to build your own decals/stickers. Found some company's that will make your design into a decal, Don't know if the Matt wants to go that route or not so if you want go ahead and fix something up for him i would love to see your work on this anyway.


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Hahaha thanks I'll try my best. Give me some time Matt and I'll put something together for you. Probably Monday-ish. This weekened is the lady's birthday and I don't think she'd appreciate me being on the computer
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Kind of a quick job
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Man for a quickie that really looks good.


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Yeah not bad at all.
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Cleaned up some of the lines

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It's just amazing what you guy's can do with these thing's.


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Sweet.. Only the 160hp doesn't look like I thought it would. Any chance that could get changed for "160 Horsepower"? I tried in Gimp, but there is no way to put a curve into the lettering that I know of..


Think I could fool any GM truck guys into thinking my truck has a rare decal
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Old 04-28-2011, 08:21 PM
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Thanks Much.... This was what boredom got me when checking the oil the other day.. All I gotta do now is print it to size and then print it on some sticker paper.. Really gotta learn some photoshop/ Gimp skills.. I can do simple color changes and sometimes can get a chop to look right, but beyond that, Image resizing is all I'm good at
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Nice work Jake!
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