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post #21 of 25 Old 01-02-2012, 12:06 PM
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Ecu chip upgrades
forged internals
cams
more cat backs (greddy )
actual headers (instead of promised ones)
bolt on turbo kits
superchargers
more cf hood designs
camber kits
rear strut bars
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post #22 of 25 Old 10-30-2013, 02:04 AM
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All/any motor performance parts... that's all i want. Don't care about cosmetic or aesthetic bullshit. We've seen all the CAI and cat back crap, cams for people who want a nice easy weekend project that will actually work with their improved air intakes and build even more HP. True equal length headers if space permits (which i think it will) ala gradual merge from 4-2-1. Bilstein struts/shocks... best shocks money can buy.

Edit: I found Bilstein struts/shocks online... forgot that the (old) Note is pretty much the same thing.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Bilstein-N...item58a67b50ac
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I have an S sedan and cannot find a way to lower it without cutting the springs. Would rather not resort to that.
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I have an S sedan and cannot find a way to lower it without cutting the springs. Would rather not resort to that.
If you have a 2nd gen you can't cut these, front is flat and after cutting you'll never get it back together. Plus it would be hella dangerous for yourself and other drivers on the street. Thats if you get them back together. B&G and Tanabe are the main lowering springs for 2nd gen., BC Racing for coil overs. Q
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I have an S sedan and cannot find a way to lower it without cutting the springs. Would rather not resort to that.
Just saw you have a sedan, I think it's a little different. I have no experience with the sedan. Sorry. Q
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