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new area to work on... #6878 Dec 19, 8:55am Dec 19, 8:55am
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new area to work on...
ok, so i've decided on my rims, body kit and wing finally. but after that cant decide which section to concentrate on next so please give some opinions. either the drivetrain parts...crank pulley, TRD clutch kit with lighten fidanza flywheel (45% lighten of TRD 35%) or finish off my exhaust engine back with TRD header and all stainless steel downpipe and the rest of the piping to the muffler. what would you do?

Re: new area to work on... [Re: blitz-gts] #6879 Dec 19, 9:24am Dec 19, 9:24am
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I think you have enough!
but, if I were you, I will go for pulley.


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Re: new area to work on... [Re: Satoshi] #6880 Dec 19, 9:58am Dec 19, 9:58am
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there is no such thig as enough!! but i did only get my car in september... just the crank pulley or the clutch kit and flywheel too?

Re: new area to work on... [Re: blitz-gts] #6881 Dec 19, 11:10am Dec 19, 11:10am
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You should do a port and polish. I am having mine done right after new years. I had a port and polish on my previous car (Mustang), and it was a night and day difference. It will give you more hp throughout the ENTIRE rpm band, not just at high rpm's.


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Re: new area to work on... [Re: MichaelH] #6882 Dec 20, 7:58am Dec 20, 7:58am
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how much?

Re: new area to work on... [Re: blitz-gts] #6883 Dec 20, 8:09am Dec 20, 8:09am
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>there is no such thig as enough
You really hot guy... I appreciate.
I recommend pulley, light weight flywheel and carbon clutch kit. Or big brake calliper?


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yea, i was thinking that since i'll finally have my damn rims i can get the TRD 4 piston boad boy brake upgrade. but damn...2 g's. does TRD make a downpipe? havent seen that anywhere

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