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Old 01-12-2013, 11:19 AM   #1
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Gears+tuner or lowering?

Which should i do first?
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lowering is what i would do first cuz i HATE stock stance. but it depends if u want looks or better performance
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Yes lower it first
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I cant decide. If i did gears w/o tuner i could do both.
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I cant decide. If i did gears w/o tuner i could do both.
no you will need the tuner if you go with gears. its really up to u man. if the stock 4x4 stance doesnt bother u too much just buy the gear tuner combo
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no you will need the tuner if you go with gears. its really up to u man. if the stock 4x4 stance doesnt bother u too much just buy the gear tuner combo
Dont need. I have a 5 speed. Ittl just throw
My speedo off. I can live with th that.
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Dont need. I have a 5 speed. Ittl just throw
My speedo off. I can live with th that.
oh ok well if ur cool with it just go for the springs and the gears
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Dont need. I have a 5 speed. Ittl just throw
My speedo off. I can live with th that.
It will also throw off your tachometer... But if you know when to shift and can interpret the readings of the speedo to what you are actually going then you should be good without a tuner.
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It will also throw off your tachometer... But if you know when to shift and can interpret the readings of the speedo to what you are actually going then you should be good without a tuner.
I never watch rpms anyways. Can usually tell when to shift by feel/sound.
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Yea I would do gears first if I had to choose different . I lowered mine first. And now I can't wait to do my gears
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