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Old 05-04-2013, 11:53 PM   #1
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New edge apperance mods

Any suggestions should I do for my New Edge? I know I need to lower her Soon anything else ?


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Old 05-05-2013, 12:03 AM   #2
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I say just lower it and maybe get your front tires spaced out a little more looks tucked under the fender. Other than that I say it's perfect.
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Stanced look is nice. Dont to over do it, simpler is sometime better.
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Stanced look is nice. Dont to over do it, simpler is sometime better.
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Yeah I may change out mufflers then lower
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Hell cut your stock springs. It's free. And looks good.
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Hell cut your stock springs. It's free. And looks good.
How hard is it to do that and well does it make the ride bad ?
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I wouldnt recommend that actually. The ride is much more bouncy and rough than getting lowering springs or coilovers. I rode in a buddy on mine who cut springs and i felt like i was going off roading haha. But it is free, whatever you choose to do. Your car
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You just cut off a coil and drops it pretty low. It's easy. Muse a grinder or cutting technique nothing like torching that'll be bad. Ride quality may be a little worse but it's not that bad. You will have to change your driving habits like paying more attrition to the road itself, bumps, holes etc. you will scrape if you aren't careful. And speed bumps. Stay away from them. They will be your enemy. They will mess your exhaust up if you try them. But don't let that scare you away from being lower. It's really easy to get around without scraping just be on the look for things that will scrape over.
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I'll have to look into it I already watch out for bumps I don't want my allighment messed up
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I like cut springs...I did my gt and old v6 that way. 1.25 coils off the front and 1 coil off the back. Ride was fine and it looked great. Plus the weight transfer was nice too.
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Tint tails and get some nice tips
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I would probably get matching 9 inch wide Bullitts up front to match you rears. But your car looks great.
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I would probably get matching 9 inch wide Bullitts up front to match you rears. But your car looks great.
Thought so myself.
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What Do yall think if plasti dipping wheels but leaving the chrome ring around them? Been debating on that a long time
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That would be a cheap way of changing the looks. Try it out see it you like it.

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A good cheap way lol
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check out www.carbondriven.com

They have some real great stuff
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I'm a fan of plasti dip. Just take your time with it, spray light coats and it will look great. Make sure to let each coat dry before the next coat.
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Exhaust and lower it. Keep it clean
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Exhaust and lower it. Keep it clean
I have to do exhaust she's so quiet
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I have to do exhaust she's so quiet
Loudmouths can fix that lol
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Loudmouths will really fix that. OP What's your exhaust now?
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Dad has loudmouth and Jesus I love them
But mine is long tube headers
Shorty H pipe with no cats
Flowmaster 50s or 60s honestly don't know

I wanted to get pypes m80s strait through muffler but no exhaust shop will put them on unless they are offset like current muffler
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Go with slp if you want straight through.
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Ima save up and get pypes violators I'm 18 and about to head off to college august money is a lil tight
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id wait for some slp mufflers. sounds amazing. bought mine used for 70 bucks
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Iv thought about them but no shop will install then since I have offset right now
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Ima save up and get pypes violators I'm 18 and about to head off to college august money is a lil tight
I'm in the same boat as you. I'm probably done with mods for now, I'm contemplating HIDs though because they aren't that expensive.
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I'm in the same boat as you. I'm probably done with mods for now, I'm contemplating HIDs though because they aren't that expensive.
Got mine for 35 from a guy on eBay brand new
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I'm in the same boat as you. I'm probably done with mods for now, I'm contemplating HIDs though because they aren't that expensive.
Hids will cost you about the same as a muffler swap if you do headlights and fogs. And hids seem to always be a pain and don't wanna work half the time. I have them and they act up when I really need them to work lol they have a mind of their own sometimes
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Hids will cost you about the same as a muffler swap if you do headlights and fogs. And hids seem to always be a pain and don't wanna work half the time. I have them and they act up when I really need them to work lol they have a mind of their own sometimes
I don't have fog lights. So I only need to worry about headlights. Where did you get your HIDs from?
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I don't have fog lights. So I only need to worry about headlights. Where did you get your HIDs from?
I replaced my OEM bulbs with sylvania silver star ZXE bulbs, and they were a great improvement over stock.
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I replaced my OEM bulbs with sylvania silver star ZXE bulbs, and they were a great improvement over stock.
I need something a little brighter, because my smoked lights really decreased visibility.
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