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Today 01:15 PM
jrfender
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Originally Posted by klotche View Post
Okay i don't know what it will give, video quality doesn't look extraordinary... Oh well hope it gives you an idea!
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=auCz7bNKEPw
That has a great sound! Thank you for the video.
Today 01:12 PM
jrfender
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Originally Posted by The Highlander View Post
Great looking rims and looks good on Blue!
Today 11:44 AM
CableGuy7556
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Originally Posted by jrfender View Post
I'm starting to like these lights!
STINGRAY which set are these lights? Are they the type that are replacement pieces or did you mount drl to the oem part?
Today 08:48 AM
Shade-010
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Originally Posted by MG_MK3 View Post
wow thanks! I've been away from the forums for a while, glad to see I'm getting some love.

Been up to my ears in trying to align this thing, how in the world are you supposed to adjust the (aftermarket) camber arms on the alignment rack? And even after that, how are you supposed to adjust the plates on the top of the coilovers without taking them out. What a crappy design, obviously not fords fault, but still.



anyway, I dove into it and managed to get my toe in pretty good shape (cant remember exact numbers somewhere around .9 just know it was green) and my camber is 2 all around. I was hoping to be pretty straight up front, but I cant adjust the camber plates without tearing down the struts. Then thats just a guessing game as to how much, then putting the wheels back on and resetting the alignment machine and blah blah.

I have access to the rack at the dealership, and am pretty happy with my custom specs but if anyone has any input as to how to align it properly (k sport coilovers and dominant camber arms) that would be awesome!
For rear Camber arms i was told by albarry that you should adj em where they are 1/4 longer then stock
Today 06:29 AM
klotche
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Originally Posted by jrfender View Post
That would be awesome to hear! I had a Z28 and had a Borla exhaust on it.

I am defiantely looking for that deep tone. How did you fit it?
Okay i don't know what it will give, video quality doesn't look extraordinary...
Oh well hope it gives you an idea!
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=auCz7bNKEPw
Today 03:00 AM
MG_MK3
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Originally Posted by jrfender View Post
Very nice!
wow thanks! I've been away from the forums for a while, glad to see I'm getting some love.

Been up to my ears in trying to align this thing, how in the world are you supposed to adjust the (aftermarket) camber arms on the alignment rack? And even after that, how are you supposed to adjust the plates on the top of the coilovers without taking them out. What a crappy design, obviously not fords fault, but still.



anyway, I dove into it and managed to get my toe in pretty good shape (cant remember exact numbers somewhere around .9 just know it was green) and my camber is 2 all around. I was hoping to be pretty straight up front, but I cant adjust the camber plates without tearing down the struts. Then thats just a guessing game as to how much, then putting the wheels back on and resetting the alignment machine and blah blah.

I have access to the rack at the dealership, and am pretty happy with my custom specs but if anyone has any input as to how to align it properly (k sport coilovers and dominant camber arms) that would be awesome!
Yesterday 08:26 PM
unida767
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That's awesome!
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Originally Posted by jrfender View Post
Is that the same as the RS spoiler/wing?
Yessir.
Yesterday 08:24 PM
jrfender
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Originally Posted by suss6052 View Post
Nope, you unbolt the existing spoiler and bolt on the new one.
Is that the same as the RS spoiler/wing?
Yesterday 08:22 PM
BLarson
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Since I'm new to the Forum, I'm starting from the beginning of this thread.

That's awesome!
Yesterday 08:20 PM
jrfender
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I'm starting to like these lights!
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