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Old 02-02-2002, 01:16   #1 (permalink)
 
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Swaybars Done!!!

AT BLOODY LAST!!!

mick installed the front swaybar today. it's been a while, but i finaly got there! however, i'm probably going to get the front bar readjusted so it's a little tighter cuz it's got two settings.

BUT for the time being, that's it! the first chapter of car mods is over.
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Old 02-02-2002, 01:18   #2 (permalink)
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YAY for nick!!

so you gonna go for a hoon tonight to test em out?
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Yeah good stuff Nick, where are you going?? If your heading west to the mountains or Penrith i'll come along.

Yeah i found swaybars can dramatically change handling.
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i took it for a spin right after mick installed it. there's no huge difference in handling between now (lowered, swaybars, old tyres) and when i got these tyres (lowered, new pirellis) so once i get some new rubber, handling should improve A LOT!

but! i just MIGHT be getting a belated birthday/xmas present in form of AU1 XR8 17" wheels! so if all goes well, it should be one VERY sweet handling car soon! wish me luck with parents though... :)
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