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Prib9671

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Jun 9, 2009
Rathdrum, Idaho
Hi There! I didn't know you were a brother! Sometimes I check out tuners if I have a minute during my lunch break and I saw your recent post on those nice wheels and then I saw your signature picture and I was like wait a minute... that background looks familiar. I am a witness too. I remember reading some of the back and forth arguments people have stirred up with you a long time ago when I was on here more back when I built my first talon and you were always so respectful I knew you were different. It's amazing you can tell the differences between witnesses and worldly people just by the way they type! Anyways glad to see you love dsm's as well. I don't drive mine enough but it's still fun. I just saw you have an 800 hp setup that's going into to this new build, that's awesome man I hope everything goes well for you.
Andrew Pribyl
 

94awdcoupe

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Nov 6, 2004
tampa, Florida
guess its a personal preference thing. I dont like the rubber band look. I like the tire hanging over the edge a bit with some sidewall that looks like it can be driven on.
 

keltalon

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Luthersville Ga, Atlanta, Georgia
Those rims look fantastic. I agree that the tires look a little odd. I think if they were a little wider, it would eliminate some of the stretch. But, to each his own.
Thanks. It was the stretch I was going for on this setup I love the fact that the car looks healthy with solid foundation. The tire is a 235 40 18 which is on the bigger side of the spectrum to keep the speedo near calibration.
 

keltalon

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enough about tires. lets see some "go fast" yumm.
Will do! I replaced the stock evo 1 lsd with a quaife and I also put the viscous coupling back on. I am now using a act 3200bls pressure plate with act street light flywheel and act 6 puck clutch disk no more slipping!!!!
 
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