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Old 06-08-2013, 11:57 AM   #1
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I got about 2, 000 to spend. I need tires so probly only 1, 000 lol .I have 373's and tune on stock CAI and roush AB .I dont really track my car just lookin for a little more punch and ideas
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Suspension....?
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O/R mid pipe will free up some HP.
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Suspension....?
Thats a good question ..will it b worth it .I never go to the track .I just play around back and forth to work or maybe a sunday drive
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Thats a good question ..will it b worth it .I never go to the track .I just play around back and forth to work or maybe a sunday drive
Guess it depends on how you want to look at it. The car has a lot of power and stock a pretty poor suspension for getting it to the ground.

If anything my vote for a grand would be lower control arms, upper control arm with bracket and then as mentioned before an o/r mid pipe. Just keep in mind those roush drone like unholy hell with an o/r mid pipe.

That will get your wheel hop down and free up a little more power.
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Check how strict your states emissions are before going o/r.
Or just go high flow catted just to play it safe
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Check how strict your states emissions are before going o/r.
Or just go high flow catted just to play it safe
High flow cats are not worth the money on our cars. No real increased volume or power. Unless you are doing long tubes and need a catted mid pipe.
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High flow cats are not worth the money on our cars. No real increased volume or power. Unless you are doing long tubes and need a catted mid pipe.
besides that they are not emissions legal here in Ca.
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besides that they are not emissions legal here in Ca.
hahaha in CA if you look at your car funny it won't be emissions legal
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hahaha in CA if you look at your car funny it won't be emissions legal
No kidding. Man i thought I had it bad in VA.
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+1 on the upper & lower control arms. Drive shaft would be a good mod too for your budget.
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hahaha in CA if you look at your car funny it won't be emissions legal
Lmao! So true!
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