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Old 08-09-2013, 03:45 PM   #1
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Okay so far i have installed an airaid cai, bama performance tune, and pypes axle back exhaust. I'm not sure what i want to do next, i am getting black bullitt rims this fall on cyber monday and can't decide what else i really want to do, any suggestions?
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Okay so far i have installed an airaid cai, bama performance tune, and pypes axle back exhaust. I'm not sure what i want to do next, i am getting black bullitt rims this fall on cyber monday and can't decide what else i really want to do, any suggestions?
How about headers for the exhaust. Also, what are your doing for suspension?
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I have stock suspension
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I would get a Pypes off road X pipe. Just installed one on mine and it sounds great. My butt dyno is telling me I picked up some decent gains as well. I also noticed a very improved throttle response in 3rd and 4th gear.
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Get a set of lowering springs
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Because i live in nebraska we have some snowy winters, and my parents think that if i get lowering springs that i will get stuck really easily.
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Where in Nebraska? I live in Lincoln
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Is it a 5 speed or a auto?
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Auto, i got it 2 days after knee surgery, i wanted a 5 speed so badly but my parents made me get a car i could drive right away
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You should be in the winter then. I wouldn't drive it with snow on the ground though.
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I got snow tires and some sand bags, so unless it's really bad out then i do fine
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off road x pipe ($200), gears ($275) or lower control arms ($125)
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