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Old 09-21-2014, 03:24 PM   #1
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Rear Axel is off to one side HELP!!

My rear axel is off to one side by about an inch and a half. Its off to the passenger side and its incredibly annoying. I had inch and a quarter spacers on my stock rims and just switched to new rims and can't fit the spacers until i pull my fenders because my car is slammed but even with a 5mm spacer on the driver side it still sits a good in into the fender on 10" wide wheels while the passenger side is flush with no spacer. Iv read all kinda mixed reviews and I'm gonna go check my lca bushings tonight but does anyone else have any other suggestions.
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Ok. First I have to say that I'm diggin' the train horn in your mod list. I need one of those!
I wonder how much they weigh?

Unless something is bent, it is likely that your bushings are worn out. Now is a good time to replace the Lower Control Arms with high quality aftermarket replacements and install new OEM factory replacement upper control arms along with a brand new OEM style bushings on the upper rear axle mount.
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Ok. First I have to say that I'm diggin' the train horn in your mod list. I need one of those!
I wonder how much they weigh?

Unless something is bent, it is likely that your bushings are worn out. Now is a good time to replace the Lower Control Arms with high quality aftermarket replacements and install new OEM factory replacement upper control arms along with a brand new OEM style bushings on the upper rear axle mount.
My car is so low i think if i do need to replace it I'm going to get adjustable uppers. And the train horn is fun ill post some pics of the set up on here in a few minutes if you want me to.
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Yes! Please do when you get a chance!
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If you want a really badass set up look into a Torque Arm instead of the adjustable uppers.


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Ahem, I'm just place this here...... IRS swap....... no off center axle issues here.

In all seriousness, has the vehicle ever been in an accident?
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Yes! Please do when you get a chance!
The horn is mounted to the front bumper support bar/big metal bar and i had to dermal out part of the bumper for clearance. The switch to the left of the top switch is for the compressor and the other is a push button for the horn valves.
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no accidents and i want to do an its swap so freaking bad but i really want to turbo the car first so I'm saving for that.
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Rear Axel is off to one side HELP!!

The IRS is pretty good. But needs a decent amount of money in it to make it worth it IMO, and it's heavy. I heavily considered it myself


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Meh, my car is down to 3390 without me in it, so it's not THAT heavy. Plus I get the sexy exhaust
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What weight reduction do you have?

PS. IRS exhaust fits the SRA also


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The horn is mounted to the front bumper support bar/big metal bar and i had to dermal out part of the bumper for clearance. The switch to the left of the top switch is for the compressor and the other is a push button for the horn valves.
That's AWESOME!
I HAVE to get one of those someday!

Who makes that kit?
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What weight reduction do you have?

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But whats the point of running irs exhaust on an sea when you just deal with it scraping and having to drop it for suspension work for no real reason
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But whats the point of running irs exhaust on an sea when you just deal with it scraping and having to drop it for suspension work for no real reason

It looks good. That's about it lol


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What weight reduction do you have?

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No spare, subwoofer, and a quarter tank of gas when I last checked.

I know it fits but nobody ever does it
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No spare, subwoofer, and a quarter tank of gas when I last checked.

I know it fits but nobody ever does it

Lowflyn did it. Damn, I've got no spare or back seats, and half tank of gas. Add weight though for harness bar, suspension, and Bullitt intake. 3335 lbs.



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That's AWESOME!
I HAVE to get one of those someday!

Who makes that kit?
https://www.hornblasters.com/product...-air-horn-kits
I can't rememeber which kit mine is. Im the third owner of it. One of my good friends bought it after some dude cut him off and laughed at his horn. We put it in his 99 purple honda accord which was 100% stock. We messed with so many people in public. But it comes in handy sometimes. I had a woman blatently cut me off in a Porsche cayenne while she was texting and I laid on the horn and she accidently threw her phone out of her sunroof.
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We messed with so many people in public. But it comes in handy sometimes.

I see no humor in that. I damn near beat the sh*t out of a dude in a F250 one night in a shopping mall parking lot. Came rolling up behind me and my wife and scared the living sh*t out of us and laughed about it. As soon as he parked his truck, I went up to him and told him he was an *** and that he needed he *** kicked for thinking that was funny. He got in his truck and left. You literally can give a elderly or older person like myself a heart attack with those damn things. Everytime I hear one just makes me want to get out and kick their ***. Jeez, stupidity never stops to amaze me.
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I see no humor in that. I damn near beat the sh*t out of a dude in a F250 one night in a shopping mall parking lot. Came rolling up behind me and my wife and scared the living sh*t out of us and laughed about it. As soon as he parked his truck, I went up to him and told him he was an *** and that he needed he *** kicked for thinking that was funny. He got in his truck and left. You literally can give a elderly or older person like myself a heart attack with those damn things. Everytime I hear one just makes me want to get out and kick their ***. Jeez, stupidity never stops to amaze me.
I completely understand and i don't go around just scaring people plus its illegal to use on the road. When i honked at that lady a cop saw it and i thought i was screwed but i got way too lucky because he thought it was funny and ended up pulling her over because she pulled out in front of me with only 15 feet for me to react because she was texting while pulling out into a busy street. I honestly don't know why or how i reacted fast enough to hit the horn and swerve around her. But i agree with you it shouldn't be used just as a prank machine. But i got it for free from a friend who didn't want it anymore and its a cool conversation starter and a way to tell your friends your outside.
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Haha.
Grumpy throwing down a little "parking lot rage".

I thought that it would be fun to use on the racetrack. Maybe give it blow just as my nearest competitor is leaving to do their lap. You know, that sort of thing...
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There have been times where I lay on the horn at someone and they don't even react. Honestly sometimes people need something to literally freak them out.

I don't even use the horn anymore, my exhaust is louder


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Lowflyn did it. Damn, I've got no spare or back seats, and half tank of gas. Add weight though for harness bar, suspension, and Bullitt intake. 3335 lbs.



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Yeah but nobody knows about it really, I was tempted to do it when I had SRA. I'm sure i could drop a lot more weight if I needed to. Swapping to my new wheels helped drop like 10lbs
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Yeah but nobody knows about it really, I was tempted to do it when I had SRA. I'm sure i could drop a lot more weoght if I needed to. Swapping to my new wheels helped drop like 10lbs

Yea my wheels added weight. These are heavy mofos. I want some forged wheels.


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Yea my wheels added weight. These are heavy mofos. I want some forged wheels.


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Yeah tell me about it. My FRs weighed 54lbs each in the rear.
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Yeah tell me about it. My FRs weighed 54lbs each in the rear.
Tell me about it, the AM 17x10.5's in the rear alone were 56 lbs each, and 17x9 fronts @ 52 lbs on the each.
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But whats the point of running irs exhaust on an sea when you just deal with it scraping
It shouldn't scrape unless you try to straddle a gigantic rock. I scrape mid pipe way more than I've ever scraped my catback
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It shouldn't scrape unless you try to straddle a gigantic rock. I scrape mid pipe way more than I've ever scraped my catback

I scraped my Torque Arm once....... My friend was in the car and we both could tell immediately it wasn't exhaust lol. Shoulda seen our faces.


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It shouldn't scrape unless you try to straddle a gigantic rock. I scrape mid pipe way more than I've ever scraped my catback
my poor k member brace/ g brace thing whatever its technical name is so so torn up because thats what i always scrape.
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my poor k member brace/ g brace thing whatever its technical name is so so torn up because thats what i always scrape.
Really? That's a weird spot to scrape
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Really? That's a weird spot to scrape

He mentioned before that the car is slammed. Has to be terrible ride quality without any recoil or dampening.
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He mentioned before that the car is slammed. Has to be terrible ride quality without any recoil or dampening.
I know. My car is pretty dam low too and I don't scrape on that place, it's just not quite as low as his
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He mentioned before that the car is slammed. Has to be terrible ride quality without any recoil or dampening.
Its a not too fun of a ride but I'm on continental dws extremes and they have a soft sidewall so that sorta helps but like iv said you get what you pay for with coils and for the 600 i spent on their coils i got what i paid for but honestly iv gotten so used to it that it doesn't bother me anymore, and i don't race it so its a great cheap product for just being low.
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I see no humor in that. I damn near beat the sh*t out of a dude in a F250 one night in a shopping mall parking lot. Came rolling up behind me and my wife and scared the living sh*t out of us and laughed about it. As soon as he parked his truck, I went up to him and told him he was an *** and that he needed he *** kicked for thinking that was funny. He got in his truck and left. You literally can give a elderly or older person like myself a heart attack with those damn things. Everytime I hear one just makes me want to get out and kick their ***. Jeez, stupidity never stops to amaze me.

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