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What should i buy?

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    What should i buy?

    K so i got about 200 bucks to spend what should i get for my car already has lid filter and catback its also an m6 let me know thanks


    Or should i go with my original plan and put a down payment on a bushmaster ar-15?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeetwentyeight View Post
    K so i got about 200 bucks to spend what should i get for my car already has lid filter and catback its also an m6 let me know thanks


    Or should i go with my original plan and put a down payment on a bushmaster ar-15?
    see if you can get subframe connectors... if not them see if you can get a short throw shifter... if not that save up for them...

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    you could also get the e-bay headers i got for under $200.00...

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    +1 on the Subframe connectors...
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    i want some more power tho

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    Power is useless if you cant put it to the ground...
    Way back when i was pushing around 350Hp at the rear wheels and i also started to get the "dimples" on either side on the rear...
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    +2 subframe connectors. Stiffer chassis will help you better plant the power you already have to the ground.

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    so its honestly a good buy all the way around? like could i tell a difference if i put it on?

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    My subframe connectors are on the FedEx truck right now coming my way. I'll let you know this spring if they make a difference.

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    subframes are a must on car that plane on getting the go fast pedal mashed ever now and then...

    and cutlass thanks for the order....

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    Sub frames it is guys im ordering now thanks alot

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeetwentyeight View Post
    Sub frames it is guys im ordering now thanks alot
    cant go wrong with subframes for these cars

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    thanks for the purchase. SFC will go out tomorrow.

    Thanks again,
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    Good choice on the SFC's. That was the 1st mod I did to my vehicle (outside the SLP lid) and it makes a difference in the stiffness department.........in fact all the SLP & LS1 Gurus did an article for Camaro Performers magazine in 2002 called LS1 F-Body do's & don'ts.......guess what the first mod on the list was>>>SFC's........

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    subframe connectors for sure.

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    make sure to disconnect the battery when welding them in.with a little extra angle iron you can connect the front of the SFC to the front sub frame.you can connect the rear sub frame to the back end of the SFC.

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