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Get your rear sway and tires next.... It will topple the stage 2 difference.

^^^^Love that red on red bugeye

Ive got wheels and tires already...gonna be time for new summer tires soon tho. ANd ya...a world of diff. w/ my good summers compared to my winter tires.

Rear sway on the list.
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[QUOTE=gangster;260343]^^^^Love that red on red bugeye

Thank you, you are one of the few lol

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Glad that the walk through I posted up and other people's insight with bugeyes got it done. Haha, now the mod bug has bitten you pretty good. GL with fighting the urge to hold back on buying too much before you learn.

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you can never fight the mod bug, I'm contemplating buying a scooter for the MPG and can't help but dreaming of a big bore turbo motor for it with a stretched swing arm

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hell no, busa's don't handle, next time I go with a bike I'm leaning towards the Triumph 675 or whatever it's successor will be two years or so from now

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you can never fight the mod bug, I'm contemplating buying a scooter for the MPG and can't help but dreaming of a big bore turbo motor for it with a stretched swing arm
the first step to recovery is admitting your addiction or something like that...

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1st rule of ModClub....

You get the idea... lol

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whats up baum? Nobody digs the red on red? Gotta love that something different.

As far as mods I could keep going till i cant handle any more power....never happen. Just no money
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^ it's just that where I'm from everybody drives pos neons and live their lives an 1/8th mile at a time...If ya know what i mean lol

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yup...see a lot of those. I also see a ton of suby's when im not in my car(driving w/ someone else). I live in the snow so they are every where but for some reason they are always mia when im in mine....probably a good thing.
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very rarely do I see a suby when I go out of town...another thing is that I have to much paint on my car, so I don't fit in lol...

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very rarely do I see a suby when I go out of town...another thing is that I have to much paint on my car, so I don't fit in lol...
I agree...when I leave my little mtn town i hardly see any subys. Most dont understand how fun awd cars are. Especially awd turbo cars Then you add snow to the equasion. I used to have trouble getting out of the drive way in my stock 98 legacy gt when there was 2ft plus fresh snow. Now that I have a 100 more horses its not such a problem. Coil overs are next on the list to make it that much easier to get around in the snow and to my money fishing spots.
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