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  • 10/16/2013
Trying something new here... Since Revvolution is all about the Modified Lifestyle, why not try and document it? Each day we will post something new that reflects our own unique "Modifed Lifestyle". It can be anything you want, from a new interior modification on your car, to a set of new wheels, a pair of fresh kicks or a newly customized vaporizer!  It doesn't really matter what it is. Just snap a photo of it and post it here so we can see what you're all about!

When stock isn't good enough, modify it! What's the Modified Lifestyle mean to you?

To start things off I decided to post a photo of my pimped out Fuji X100s. I've added a lens hood, a thumb rest, hard case, a new custom camera strap, and soft shutter release (that's the ladybug). Yes, I'm kind of a geek!

Fujifilm X100s
  • 10/16/2013
How are we supposed to follow with that? Haha, that's awesome Corey! 

I know exactly where you're going with this and love it.... and I also know what I'm going to post up as part of my first "installment". However I feel only because of the "pop" of the object I must give it due justice and take an adequate photo... So in the AM, I will follow suit
  • 10/16/2013
Actually, came across this... and it sums up my feelings pretty well right about now..

  • 10/17/2013
That's pretty gangster! Haha I want one!
  • 10/17/2013
I might be in the market for some new boots... 

adidas boots
  • 10/18/2013
I see this in my future

  • 10/18/2013
Yep, more photo stuff for me. This is pretty badass. Basically you pick out a photo on your iPhone and place it on top of the "scanner" and it'll spit out a print on Polaroid film. Kinda cool. Check it out

Impossible Lab
  • 10/22/2013
Just going to leave this here...Sex Panther
  • 10/23/2013
Last night I was thinking about my old car a bit. One of my favorite parts about it was my ARC Titanium shift knob, which ultimately got stolen... The shift knob I have on my current car is actually Ti as well. What was cool about the ARC one was the color of the anodization. It went from a deep purpleish blue to a gold. When headed up Ti takes on different colors based on the intensity of the heat. After doing some searching I found that people have already done this and it came out looking pretty damn good. I think I found my next DIY project, just have to figure out how to get the plastic insert that threads on to the shifter out so it doesn't melt! I suppose I can also use 9 volt batteries, electrical currents do the same to titanium when placed in an acidic solution such as Coke! Fire is just way cooler. Here's the look I'm after.

Titanium Shift Knob
  • 10/29/2013
Well, I did it! It doesn't look anything like the one I posted above, I used 9 volt batteries and did't have enough juice to get the color I had in mind. I'm pretty happy with this color combo though, it's a bronze/gold color with a hint of magenta and purple. I dig it, and if I get tired of it I can just sand it down and redo it!

Custom Titanium Shift Knob
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