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Sfc's For The Win!!!!!!!

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    Cool Sfc's For The Win!!!!!!!

    Pros: car rides like a cadillac now mmmmmm sweet and smooth, no squeeks. Take off is nice and striaght too!

    cons: omg, are these things heavy! and they cost too damn much...it's hit or miss on the install price-i didn't get very lucky, but the shop who did it did a freakin amazing job.

    big shout out to Brian from Hotpart.com for all of his support and guidance from across the country!


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    sfc's

    So they are weld in sfc's? What brand? You have a hard top?

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    weld in

    i have a t-top, it feels much sturdier now. Can't wait until the damn rain stops so i can actually see what these things are really made of.
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    Congrats on another mod there little man. They for sure took some squeaks outta my car when I had it.

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    Really made a huge difference with my car too. Tracking on the highway was the biggest improvement and the twisting.

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    Congrats man.

    Makes the car so much stiffer/sturdier. Feels a lot more predictable to me as well.

    The weight is worth the gain.

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    i didnt notice mine when installed, but i have a hardtop car

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    Which would be better, Tubular 2 point or tubular 3point? How about boxed 2 point?

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    they don't make tubular 3 point. best is 3 point boxed

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    LT's, 3400 stall, FIPK,CB
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    I have the boxed 3 point bolt on...can be welded, but I haven't done it yet. Has worked great just as a bolt on for the past 4 years. Much nicer jacking up the car now with easy jack points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rotwiler View Post
    I have the boxed 3 point bolt on...can be welded, but I haven't done it yet. Has worked great just as a bolt on for the past 4 years. Much nicer jacking up the car now with easy jack points.
    I agree, the SFC's are closer to the outside of the car, making it much easier to locate a jacking point.

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    UMI makes tubular 3point SFC's.

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