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Old 07-27-2012, 07:42 PM   #1
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So I have full exhaust with a cai and tune. I'm looking for my next power mod. I found UDP for my car but wasn't sure if I should go for it. Any suggestions? About 600 limit for spending right now. I'm not doing gears either just yet
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i was at the same predicament...then i decided that more power doesmt mean sh*t if the car cant handle so i picked up some sr performance lowering springs, j&m adjustable panhard bar and a strut tower brace. what a huge difference they make and a lot of the body roll is gone...without the tower brace on yet. plus theres almost no squat during acceleration now. all for $300, cant beat it, and itll leave you with $300 left that you could put toward shocks, coils, wires, plugs, or whatever else you feel the need to get.
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So I have full exhaust with a cai and tune. I'm looking for my next power mod. I found UDP for my car but wasn't sure if I should go for it. Any suggestions? About 600 limit for spending right now. I'm not doing gears either just yet
Headers, great power mod
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Headers, great power mod
I have full exhaust, meaning headers lol
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I have full exhaust, meaning headers lol
Gotcha...how coil pack, wires and plugs? Or larger throttle body?
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i was at the same predicament...then i decided that more power doesmt mean sh*t if the car cant handle so i picked up some sr performance lowering springs, j&m adjustable panhard bar and a strut tower brace. what a huge difference they make and a lot of the body roll is gone...without the tower brace on yet. plus theres almost no squat during acceleration now. all for $300, cant beat it, and itll leave you with $300 left that you could put toward shocks, coils, wires, plugs, or whatever else you feel the need to get.
Hey. U didn't get new camber plates when u lowered it?
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Hey. U didn't get new camber plates when u lowered it?
Not yet, im going to get tokico's, strut tower caps and camber plates at the same time. Im on a limited budget
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Re: New performance mod

You could also get some stuff that doesn't necessarily give power, but free it up. A new lightweight aluminum drive shaft will make the drive a lot smoother, and it will get rid of some rotational mass(Rule of thumb: 1lb rotational mass = about 10lbs dead weight in car)... Not to mention your car will be able to take higher speeds easier.
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