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how would you classify springs/struts? #154197 Apr 14, 5:29am Apr 14, 5:29am
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how would you classify springs/struts?
performance mod or appearance mod? or both?

Re: how would you classify springs/struts? [Re: SwiftCelGTS] #154198 Apr 14, 6:27am Apr 14, 6:27am
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Re: how would you classify springs/struts? [Re: Sara] #154199 Apr 14, 6:31am Apr 14, 6:31am
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Re: how would you classify springs/struts? [Re: mastro543] #154200 Apr 14, 7:12am Apr 14, 7:12am
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classifying springs and especially struts as appearance mods would be a typical ricer move

Re: how would you classify springs/struts? [Re: Steven] #154201 Apr 14, 7:13am Apr 14, 7:13am
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Originally Posted by Steven
classifying springs and especially struts would be a typical ricer move
ok. close the thread. spineyes

Re: how would you classify springs/struts? [Re: SwiftCelGTS] #154202 Apr 14, 4:15pm Apr 14, 4:15pm

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^^ haha it is Performance chief...lol thumbsup

Re: how would you classify springs/struts? [Re: SwiftCelGTS] #154203 Apr 14, 6:00pm Apr 14, 6:00pm
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that was easy to solve but what would you consider a short shifter, thats a toughy


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Re: how would you classify springs/struts? [Re: SwiftCelGTS] #154204 Apr 14, 6:12pm Apr 14, 6:12pm
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short shifter most will say yes a Performance mod but it really doesnt' amke youshift faster cause it takes more effort to shift.

i could shift faster with stock than with my shrt shifter, my short shifter jstu feels more precise cause of the bushings.


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Re: how would you classify springs/struts? [Re: SwiftCelGTS] #154205 Apr 15, 3:46am Apr 15, 3:46am

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^^ oh really, i never knew that...

Re: how would you classify springs/struts? #154206 Apr 15, 4:14am Apr 15, 4:14am
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i would say both nearly any lowered car looks better then factory.


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