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  1. Hoyos
    02-19-2016 07:23 PM - permalink
    Hey man was wondering how much it would cost to to do a clutch job and replace csc. My CSC went out so just planning to replace clutch as well. If you could reply back at my cell number that would be awesome 469-345-6202 and i live in Dallas as well
  2. screaminlizard
    12-12-2013 06:13 PM - permalink
    What parts do you have in mind?
  3. frost
    09-21-2013 03:32 PM - permalink
    Sorry, missed you comment. It would replace the Z, which can only be used half the year here.
  4. DEpointfive0
    02-02-2013 02:06 PM - permalink
    Finally premium membership, lol
  5. Ma Zede
    01-24-2013 03:42 PM - permalink
    Ma Zede
    my car is bone stock at this point. I'm trying to set up a good suspension budget for this year at about 4k and it looks like that will be do able, those spl bushings and links are expensive! but i'm sure worth the price. Do you use any of those?
  6. Ma Zede
    01-24-2013 03:34 PM - permalink
    Ma Zede
    yeah i looked into a forum on the rotors, it looks like 2 piece rotors are the way to go if i want to change them at all. I'll just wait till my stock ones wear down to go that route. i have the sport package so my calipers should be good. Looking at the 510's they give you customization on the swift springs. What sort of stifness and length should i follow? i saw they had a chart for spring rates but idk if those are stock values
  7. Ma Zede
    01-24-2013 03:25 PM - permalink
    Ma Zede
    and quick question on the SS brake lines, are they completely necessary? i would assume that the rubber lines expand when they heat up leaving them less responsive? takes away the squish when you break. So my car should be track ready with the sway bars, linkage, coilovers, oil cooler, cooling duct and track pads. I'm assuming rotors or calipers maybe? but i'm not into dropping 10 g's on a car that i won't track often initially
  8. Ma Zede
    01-24-2013 03:18 PM - permalink
    Ma Zede
    Okay awesome thanks. Are there some other mods i should consider prior to taking it on the track also? or for when i get more serious about it? I understand an oil cooler for sure, maybe a brake cooling duct, track pads. I think the Fortune Auto 510's are what i would go for honestly, to give me a better option of making the car a permanent track car in the future but i'll keep it streetable. Thanks again
  9. Ma Zede
    01-24-2013 03:06 PM - permalink
    Ma Zede
    Hey man, i've seen your build thread and postings around suspension and you seem knowledgeable on the subject. I bought my z in october and it's currently in the garage for the winter but i would love to take the car out to the track around here in michigan. I wanted some advice for someone that would like to take the car to the track once a month and really drive the car the way it was engineered to be driven. The following mods are what i've chosen thus far: Tanabe Sustec Z40 Coilovers, WL fr and rear sways, spc front and rear camber arms, maybe spl end links? (if they help much). Question is, are these mods overkill for what i would be wanting to do on the track? keep in mind i do know the prices and what i would be looking at. Thanks

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