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Old 12-02-2012, 01:43 PM   #2766
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Thanks. Cuz and I did them. Took about 20 mins.
Did you nearly faint when you drilled that first hole? Lol
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Did you nearly faint when you drilled that first hole? Lol
Lol no drilling required. Direct bolt on
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Old 12-02-2012, 02:39 PM   #2768
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Lol no drilling required. Direct bolt on
Oh cool! I'll be checking them out. That's why I haven't picked those up yet. I thought you needed to get your drill out.
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Oh cool! I'll be checking them out. That's why I haven't picked those up yet. I thought you needed to get your drill out.


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I wish I woulda taken pics of the adjacent side so you could see.
So simply to install.
A trained monkey could do them. Seriously.
Work great and they are badassness
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Old 12-02-2012, 02:50 PM   #2770
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Oh cool! I'll be checking them out. That's why I haven't picked those up yet. I thought you needed to get your drill out.


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Only thing I wish was different is if Steeda read the other way. So that looking from the outside, it would read correct.
And that's a nice shorty billet antenna from Steeda too lol
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Old 12-02-2012, 02:51 PM   #2771
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I wish I woulda taken pics of the adjacent side so you could see.
So simply to install.
A trained monkey could do them. Seriously.
Work great and they are badassness
They do look great...on my Mach too.
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Old 12-02-2012, 02:52 PM   #2772
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Only thing I wish was different is if Steeda read the other way. So that looking from the outside, it would read correct.
And that's a nice shorty billet antenna from Steeda too lol
Haha, you Steeda whore!
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Old 12-02-2012, 02:56 PM   #2773
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Haha, you Steeda whore!
Lol well if I had a roush, I'd have roush parts. Same as Shelby. But I have this beautiful Steeda so I'll stay with Steeda.
I have the strut tower stud caps from Steeda too. But those are there for a purpose. Keep from getting your shirt hung up on the tower bolts


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Old 12-02-2012, 03:25 PM   #2774
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Tightened my passenger side rear valve cover bolts because I noticed some oil on the side of my engine, they were so loose that I could twist them with my fingers. :p
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Cleaned out the trunk and....well damn. Was gonna vacuum but I forgot
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Oh cool! I'll be checking them out. That's why I haven't picked those up yet. I thought you needed to get your drill out.
+1 I was just thinking about that today. I don't want the new hood getting scratched up.

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I wish I woulda taken pics of the adjacent side so you could see.
So simply to install.
A trained monkey could do them. Seriously.
Work great and they are badassness
Well if a trained monkey than certainly I could! I will not be beat out by a monkey!!

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Cleaned out the trunk and....well damn. Was gonna vacuum but I forgot
How do you forget to vacuum? Haha
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Old 12-02-2012, 07:26 PM   #2777
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We got a little busier at work than planned
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I felt so bad waiting at a light and some Air Force kid/guy Cldnt be older then 22 roles up next to me laughs and revs is fart cannon on his Mitsubishi Eclipse... I revved up my flows and light turned green he tried to take off... Got maybe 20 feet .... Engine blew up......

I wasn't trying to race him just making fun of him and his fart cannon lol
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I felt so bad waiting at a light and some Air Force kid/guy Cldnt be older then 22 roles up next to me laughs and revs is fart cannon on his Mitsubishi Eclipse... I revved up my flows and light turned green he tried to take off... Got maybe 20 feet .... Engine blew up......

I wasn't trying to race him just making fun of him and his fart cannon lol
Haha epic win!!!! : D
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Should have barked second gear whe you went by
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Exedy stage 2 clutch has been in the car for a week now. Lovin it!
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Exedy stage 2 clutch has been in the car for a week now. Lovin it!
Does it stay consistent? By that, I mean, if you go for a ~20 mile highway drive, does it grab quicker than before the drive. Haha, and by quicker, I mean does the window of slippage seem smaller?
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I felt so bad waiting at a light and some Air Force kid/guy Cldnt be older then 22 roles up next to me laughs and revs is fart cannon on his Mitsubishi Eclipse... I revved up my flows and light turned green he tried to take off... Got maybe 20 feet .... Engine blew up......

I wasn't trying to race him just making fun of him and his fart cannon lol
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When I get home from class I gotta take the plastic off between my hood & windshield an find out where my washer fluid lines broke or came loose.
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When I get home from class I gotta take the plastic off between my hood & windshield an find out where my washer fluid lines broke or came loose.
That sucks. Funny how cars these days have little things like that that end up being kind of a pain to fix.
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That sucks. Funny how cars these days have little things like that that end up being kind of a pain to fix.
If its to big a deal then I'm just gonna say

**** it.
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My girl was dirty, but its 30 degrees here and I didnt wanna use the nasty brushes at the car wash, but then I remembered my Zaino bucket has a screw-on lid, so I brought a bucket of car soap, my sponges and towels to the car wash, lol.
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If its to big a deal then I'm just gonna say

**** it.
The little nipple that connected the two lines broke somehow. Easy fix.
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The little nipple that connected the two lines broke somehow. Easy fix.
Right on!
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We got a little busier at work than planned
Haha vacuuming on the job haha!
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Does it stay consistent? By that, I mean, if you go for a ~20 mile highway drive, does it grab quicker than before the drive. Haha, and by quicker, I mean does the window of slippage seem smaller?
Yes for now it does. But as the pressure plate wears in I will probably have to adjust the cable a few times. But for now it has stayed very consistent.
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Yes for now it does. But as the pressure plate wears in I will probably have to adjust the cable a few times. But for now it has stayed very consistent.
Maybe I should have gotten a stage 2, DOH! Mine is okay and seems to grab good, but the window of catching completely get pretty small the hotter (more I drive) it gets. Hopefully that's normal for those.
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Haha vacuuming on the job haha!
Heck yes. Shop vac in there I was gonna use but we got busy :\ on a good note I got my LEDs fixed today as well. Bad note is she's toothless till next week when my new grille gets here
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I went with the Exedy stage 2 from American Muscle. I also bought new clutch fork, FR throw out bearing, FR pilot bearing, and rear main seal. Might as well get it all done while they're in there.
If you dont mind me asking what is the install cost for all this?
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Deleting the 2nd pair of cats? That's what I'm seeing anyways.
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Deleting the 2nd pair of cats? That's what I'm seeing anyways.
Nay nay sir muffler delete ÷]
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If you dont mind me asking what is the install cost for all this?
Hey no prob, it cost for labor alone was $400 and $40 to resurface the flywheel. I had them install the clutch, rear seal, fork, pilot bearing, TO bearing, and full adj clutch cable.
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I think you'll like it. Here's my muffler delete video.

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