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NEED HELP! #12215 Apr 16, 12:39am Apr 16, 12:39am
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NEED HELP!
Ok guys this is what i got Injen CAI, AEM Pulley, TRD Exhaust, 17" RH CR-EVO and I just got the eibach springs in my car. I dont know where to go from now. I want sugestions from all of you guys. I thinking in putting a groundwire kit and some HKS sparkplugs, what do you guys think??. What should i get??????. I dont have the money for the Blitz supercharger and I dont want to put any suspension part for now. And I want something that really works. Help me guys...By the way What the function of the flywheel, i mean how does it work??...

Re: NEED HELP! [Re: BESTONE] #12216 Apr 16, 6:57am Apr 16, 6:57am
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If you want a performance part, go with a header. A lighter flywheel will help the car rev faster. You notice it better if you have a turbo.

Re: NEED HELP! [Re: Grand-Touring-Dan] #12217 Apr 16, 7:17am Apr 16, 7:17am
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Yeah a header would help some too, but for the money I don't know if the gains are worth it. A lighter flywheel would definetly be noticed, but when you lighten the flywheel it makes it harder to drive the car every day. Less rotating inertia makes it easier for the car to rev up but also harder for it to keep it's speed. So in sixth gear on the interstate when you let of the gas, instead of slowly loosing speed, you would quickly loose it. It would also make it a little bit more tricky to get off the line.


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Re: NEED HELP! [Re: MyCeli8U] #12218 Apr 16, 8:20am Apr 16, 8:20am
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body kit body kit! thumbsup hey those are the same rims im getting, but im gettin 18s.

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