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Let's start building the info back up on this site!!! Best first mod???

This is a discussion on Let's start building the info back up on this site!!! Best first mod??? within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I'm going with a nice set of SFC as my best first mod....

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    Let's start building the info back up on this site!!! Best first mod???

    I'm going with a nice set of SFC as my best first mod.

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    Well a lid of course!!!!

    SFC's are a close second, and a good catback.

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    Subframe Connectors are a must. They will really stiffen the body and stop it from twisting. It might even stop some of the rattles that are associated with a F- body that doesn't have SFC. They do a great job.

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    JEB I agree with the rattles.....my SFC did help eliminate alot of those little annoying ass rattles. Bilstein HD shocks absorbed the rest. I only get them when I hit a really hard bump now.

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    1. Lid
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    guess this thread is done. everyone seems to agree.

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    SFCs should be one of your first mods. I always recommend them to our customers. I can't stress enough how important they are. Once those squeeks and rattles occur, you'll wish you put on SFCs much sooner. Hit me up with an email if you have any questions.

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    I don't agree! I think heads/cam/headers should be the first mods!


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    1. SFC
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    OK so subframe connectors are one of the top first mods, then what brand would you guys recommend?

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    BMR SFC are real good and priced right, depends on how much $$$$ you want to spend. I like my BMR's though, got em for around $125-$140 I believe

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