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Old 03-06-2007, 10:54 AM   #14
mkaresh
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Doing all the work yourself?

I have a way for people to report DIY repairs. But I haven't yet implemented a way to include heavily modified cars. In the future, I plan to analyse the powertrain, chassis, and rest of the car separately. Modded cars might just be included in the third analysis. But I'm not doing this yet.

Mods I have no problem with at this pont:
--intake, exhaust, other mods that add at most 25 horsepower total
--wheels up to an inch larger than the largest stock wheels on the model
--springs/struts that lower the car up to an inch
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