What are your current mods?

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  1. p1n0yBaLLeR

    p1n0yBaLLeR Notebook Consultant

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    ditto lol. my tuition last semester could have gotten me coilovers, carbon fiber hood, and header/exhaust mods. fuuuuuuuu
     
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    millermagic Rockin the pinktop

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    On my Jeep:

    ~3'' of Lift front and rear
    Jeep JK shocks
    1/2'' transfer case drop
    Electric Fan Override Switch
    Tall, skinny Mud Tires
    Awesome custom bumper
     
  3. Thaenatos

    Thaenatos Zero Cool

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    You shouldnt need a tcase drop at that hieght unless you have a crappy driveshaft, but then again Im not terribly familiar with XJs. All I know is Im at 3 in (not including tires) and stock location in a WJ.
     
  4. David

    David NBR Random Reviewer NBR Reviewer

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    Finally got my new exhaust, rear sway bar, upper inlet manifold installed and i'm a happy camper :)

    New front mounted intercooler and eibach springs are sitting in the garage. Waiting for my Koni FSD shocks to arrive before I get them installed :D
     
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    Thaenatos Zero Cool

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    On what car? Never used knoi, but I LOVED eibach!
     
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    David NBR Random Reviewer NBR Reviewer

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    2011 Volvo C30 :)
     
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    p1n0yBaLLeR Notebook Consultant

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    tein coilovers are great.
     
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    Espada Notebook Evangelist

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    I drive a MKIV VW Golf GTI 1.8T.
    1) HIDS
    2) 3inch down pipe to high flow cat
    3) Milltek catback exhaust resonated
    4)FSI Engine mounts
    5) Cold air intake with a k and n filter
    6) Forge 007 DV
    7) ECS N75
    8) Stage 1 chipped
    9) Front Mount Inter Cooler
    10) 3 gauges two located right in front of steering wheel Oil pressure gauge and Boost gauge - ECS tuning brand
    11) oil temp gauge- bought off ebay cause um well im not gonna look at it most since its located where my old boost gauge was
    12) new c-pillar stress bar
    13) debadgeless front and rear
    14) eibach lowering springs (gotta buy some coilovers aint low enough)
    still have alot more to do

    one thing though I have a vacuum leak i have to fix could be the gaskets or hoses gotta check one of these weeks.

    Second car
    92 Acura Integra
    1) Removable Steering Wheel- Ebay
    budget on car not spending more than $300
     
  9. hizzaah

    hizzaah Notebook Virtuoso

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    Currently all I've got are BBK long tubes w/ off road H-pipe through Flowmasters. Tried to get the subframes welded on before I had to take it back to school so I could put down sound deadening but sadly I ran out of time. Going to try to paint it myself here in the next few weeks though. 210k on the motor and still running strong w/ regular oil changes.

    '86 Mustang GT w/ Ttops..
     
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