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Old 04-15-2013, 12:34 PM   #1
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I have a BBK Cold air Intake and SLP LOudmouth axle backs just wondering what I should do next
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Sportline springs your choice of struts/shocks, cner bolts, adjustable panhard bar,
And a set of LCA'S. if you have the money invest in a MGW shifter.

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Sportline springs your choice of struts/shocks, cner bolts, adjustable panhard bar,
And a set of LCA'S. if you have the money invest in a MGW shifter.
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I have a BBK Cold air Intake and SLP LOudmouth axle backs just wondering what I should do next
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Sportline springs your choice of struts/shocks, cner bolts, adjustable panhard bar,
And a set of LCA'S. if you have the money invest in a MGW shifter.

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Is it better to go with a kit or piece it together by yourself?
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Is it better to go with a kit or piece it together by yourself?
Well I am piecing mine together mainly because I didn't see a reason to get new shocks and struts right now and the car drives great but if you can afford it do it all at the same time
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Is it better to go with a kit or piece it together by yourself?
If you are doing coil overs definitely a kit .

else wise really up too you. Personally I think some of the best struts/shocks on the market for our car are the Koni Str.t or yellows and you won't find those in any kit.

if you piece it together somewhat separately you can choose exactly what you want. The kits are not bad but leave you fewer choices.
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Ditch the POS BBK kit, go back to the stock air box, and get a good tune. Then come back and thank me.
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Ditch the POS BBK kit, go back to the stock air box, and get a good tune. Then come back and thank me.
Is it worth getting a CAI or is a time with the stock one more superb?
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Is it worth getting a CAI or is a time with the stock one more superb?
At the track the stock one has proven as good if not better. On a dyno with the hood open and a fan blowing on it the CAI picks up a little power. That's all the info you need to decide. If you like the looks of an aftermarket CAI and don't mind the $300 price tag then that's fine. But don't for a minute think you'll pick up any noticeable power.
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I'm getting the steeda cai since it actually uses the factory cold air inlet up front, also i would say definitely lower it as it changes the appearance for the better on most cars and it's relatively cheap
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