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jacobevan611
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jacobevan611

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    1. gofer
      gofer
      I hated my Sportlines, the car was way too low. I went through CV axles about once a year, scrapped on everything, and my tires would rub in the rears on turns and on the inside of the front wheel well on big bumps. I don't know the spring rates, but if you called Eibach directly I bet you could get that information.
      There were a lot of downfalls to running the Sportlines and I actually lifted my car and went to Prokit springs I was so tired of being low, but hey, the car looked great.
    2. Silver99OZ
      Silver99OZ
      I was looking at some old threads and noticed that you asked about the valve cover it did. Its not powder coated, I painted it with the VHT wrinkle paint. What kind of side marker lights do you have they look good.
    3. 1997_GSX
      1997_GSX
    4. noonan98turbo
      noonan98turbo
      It is a 4 point bolt in cage made by AutoPower. And yes it does stiffen up the body roll of the car. You will feel a difference going around turns.
    5. bNasty
      bNasty
      i like my emusa's but the ride isnt that great plus i want something with an adjustable dampening rate. but if you just want a drop they are good
    6. bullettdsm
      bullettdsm
      Yup, softer than stock but can handle more than stock, lol. Actually, it FEELS softer than stock. Honestly, for almost all NA applications (if not all), it will work just fine.
    7. bullettdsm
      bullettdsm
      It actually feels softer than stock. You won't have any chatter etc problems. I have it in one of my cars (my kid owns it) that has probably about 18k on it now (including about 25 1/4 mile launches) with no problems.
    8. bullettdsm
      bullettdsm
      Yup, that clutch is fine. It comes complete but the only thing you might want to buy is a throw out bearing. If you get one, don't take a chance on a cheapie. Go to oem for that.

      MB
    9. CODE4
      CODE4
      Eibach Pro Kits.
    10. daj2006
      daj2006
      Thanks for the comment. Yeah, the wing is a hit-or-miss for some, but I like it. Thanks again.
    11. jakelandry
      jakelandry
      I just figured porting only the opening diddnt really help with air restriction.. but then again i guess its just to get the tb to match up, not for the power gain.
    12. jakelandry
      jakelandry
      ok, well i can port the part where the tb lines up to, thats np. I just cant port it all the way through to the head.
    13. jakelandry
      jakelandry
      How do you port it all the way through with a dremal?... Also how do i measure to ensure i diddnt go out and eff it up?
    14. jakelandry
      jakelandry
      ok man thanks. I knew about the tb i just thought a shop might have done your port work. I dont have the tools or abilitys to pnp mine so id have to take it to a shop :[
    15. jakelandry
      jakelandry
      I was wondering if you remembered how much you paid for the intake and tb work.. just in a general area..
    16. masterjonny
      masterjonny
      thanks 4 the comment i like ppl opinion to make my first car worth it
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    Location:
    California
    Occupation:
    This and that.
    City:
    livermore
    State:
    California
    I have been facinated with engines since I was 3. I built my first goped engine by myself when I was 12 and a small block chevy with the help of my dad when I was 16. I have loved cars my whole life and I love working on and modifying them.
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