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05-31-2017 10:53 AM
Squirrelmk3 i enjoy modding my car and i mod based on what i want for my car not what other people suggest or think that i should do to my car unless they wanna pay for the mod then i will take thier suggestion into account but its my vehicle to mod how i want it to be
05-21-2017 10:06 PM
felixthecat
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Originally Posted by Elizabeth View Post
I do not think of a trailer hitch as a mod'. LOL

For myself, no, I do not change anything.
I want a car to have the stuff I want ON it when I buy it.Plusa lot of mods just are more hassle, and the loss of warranty.


Plus I am 67 years old... WTF do I need a fart can for?
Those have no business on a st let along on a foci.....Age has nothing to do w/ it btw....
05-18-2017 03:40 PM
Elizabeth I do not think of a trailer hitch as a mod'. LOL

For myself, no, I do not change anything.
I want a car to have the stuff I want ON it when I buy it.Plusa lot of mods just are more hassle, and the loss of warranty.


Plus I am 67 years old... WTF do I need a fart can for?
05-16-2017 08:12 PM
felixthecat
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I voted no. Then I wondered if my adding a trailer hitch is considered modding?
Adding addition parts= modifying....
05-16-2017 03:25 PM
Clutch57 I voted no. Then I wondered if my adding a trailer hitch is considered modding?
05-13-2017 11:19 PM
felixthecat For the mk3+ guys w/ trans issues= http://andrewsproducts.com/racing-transmissions.com
05-01-2017 08:05 AM
felixthecat Great to mod the vehicle to add reliability...
04-29-2017 12:59 PM
felixthecat
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Originally Posted by kmedina941 View Post
Ford Racing catback is on the way placed the order yesterday.
Great^^^
04-14-2017 07:42 AM
kmedina941
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Gotta decided between the Catback and axleback now. Definitely gonna go for the Ford Racing exhaust but not sure which set up. The axleback would probably be better suited for a daily driver right? It's also $240 less than the full catback at $360 compared to $600. Figure i can use those $240 for sway bars.
I'd figure what what your wanting to end up with. I'd do the suspension 1st, springs/dampers/sway bars & a st bbk. Then do your exhaust/intake/tune, ect. Why bounce around? Put it on the c/c or cash it out or save up.....
Ford Racing catback is on the way placed the order yesterday.
04-14-2017 07:38 AM
felixthecat
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Gotta decided between the Catback and axleback now. Definitely gonna go for the Ford Racing exhaust but not sure which set up. The axleback would probably be better suited for a daily driver right? It's also $240 less than the full catback at $360 compared to $600. Figure i can use those $240 for sway bars.
I'd figure what what your wanting to end up with. I'd do the suspension 1st, springs/dampers/sway bars & a st bbk. Then do your exhaust/intake/tune, ect. Why bounce around? Put it on the c/c or cash it out or save up.....
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