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Old 07-15-2012, 06:43 PM   #36
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Its the driver or the header install... Granted I'm not 100% sure how long GT headers hang. Look around Baton Rogue you will find a few "hella flush crowd" import owners that could take reflectors off the road if they changed lanes too quick and cars are still together.

I had long tubes and dropped, I scraped going over speed bumps when i forgot to angle the car, some places you just won't avoid it but its not a huge deal unless you drive like an idiot.
Exactly.

My subframes hang about as low and the headers anyway and I only scrape them when I dont take a speedbump slow enough.
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Old 07-15-2012, 06:45 PM   #37
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Exactly.

My subframes hang about as low and the headers anyway and I only scrape them when I dont take a speedbump slow enough.
If you can get onto brightside from Nicholson without scraping then please teach me. I angle the car and half clutch it the whole way and still high center.
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Well my city must have great roads. Actually they do. Never seen a pot hole on a major road and even if there is city usually repairs things like that ASAP.

However from what I hear from most guys in the us is exactly what Chris said.
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Well my city must have great roads. Actually they do. Never seen a pot hole on a major road and even if there is city usually repairs things like that ASAP.
I wish.. Some Baton Rouge roads have crowns in the middle of them that are over 4 inches tall. And they have uneven pavement that can drop 3 inches suddenly.
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I wish.. Some Baton Rouge roads have crowns in the middle of them that are over 4 inches tall. And they have uneven pavement that can drop 3 inches suddenly.
That must suck. Everything here is as smooth as can be.
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i'm sorry you feel the need to bash on smaller engines. this may be caused due to your current education level, or how endowed you are. both can cause the comments i've seen you make in this and other threads. Please keep those comments out of this section man. You just drive a GT....i've had v8's and v6's, and they both have their pro's and con's. Unless you're going to be constructive about the cars in this section please just keep out. Also keep in mind what works for your car doesn't exactly work the same for these cars. Hope this helped

back on the LT subject...i hope you enjoy whatever you pick
Whats lethals car makin hp wise. Cause i just love v8s . (When they're in my rearview)
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