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Old 06-14-2004, 03:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys. My car is completely stock and I plan on doing some mods in the next couple of months. What do you guys think I should do to my car first? Exhaust? Chip? Intake?
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When you talk about upgrading, I suppose it would also be good to define what you mean by that; if you're trying to make a dragster that runs straight lines in as fast a time as possible that will require different modifications than if you're trying to make a car that can briskly run a slalom. A hybrid of these characteristics would require a hybrid of these modifications, obviously.

Either way, I'd recommend you start with stiffening and upgrading the chassis and suspension first, since everything else builds off of that.

What do you have in mind?
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I dont want to make it into a dragster really. All I'm looking into doing is giving it some more power, but I really want to make the car handle better than it already does. Swaybars??
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Hmm, I was thinking of getting swaybars also. But I haven't been able to find one for about $50 or even $75 that's solid and won't flex. I need to find a place to get one for that price, with a good brand name if possible. Any help would be great.
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For suspension id go for either the bilstein shocks and H&R sport springs or just the Eibach sports kit. If u want a very low look go for the H&R racing springs...
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how much do you wanna spend cause i could make a whole list for ya
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Hmm, I was thinking of getting swaybars also. But I haven't been able to find one for about $50 or even $75 that's solid and won't flex. I need to find a place to get one for that price, with a good brand name if possible. Any help would be great.
not possible. The cheapest I've found for good sway bars is a little over $300 for Eibach front and rear sway bars (324 I think for the set). You won't find new ones for that little, and i wouldn't trust used sway bars from any one I didn't know personally.
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