two thumbs up!
Type: Posts; User: corrado-correr
two thumbs up!
i have a peliquin in the vr6t corrado. hands down best mod, even better than the turbo, and after the turbo absolutely necessary.
before the LSD the car was impossible to drive in the snow, it...
i'd think it's probably about the same form a chassis/body stand point. however, engine starts in the garage would be much much easier on the rotating assembly and electrical system.
living the dream.
also the head lights look cobbled together like they dont even belong on this car
i'm not sure what you're trying to sell me, but i've got the sudden urge to go buy an air filter.
"70-Mile, Nearly 200-MPH Motorcycle Chase Ends With a Cop Delivering a Perfect Form Tackle and the Driver Making an Obnoxious Statement"
and the award for most descriptive longest news article...
same press car, here in Michigan:
Bonderite? lol wut.
just a few threads down, numbers 17 and 15 are relevant to your interests.
I spent some time last year trying to find the white plastic clips on the rear beam with out any luck. I've only ever seen the double line clips for sale these days - dealership included.
"A more beautiful Panamera"!
the hydrolic brake lines are hard line. the e-brake cables are larger diameter rubber coated.
this picture you posted shows the e-brake cables hanging down. in this case the clip is missing.
any reason to believe it'll be different from this?
Michelin X-ice3 on the oem speedlines
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The things that hang down are the hand brake cables. If they're hanging down a lot, you're missing the clip that holds them up.
You shouldn't have any hydrolic brake lines hanging down at all,...
no problem. it was a 2 second google image search for: "93 corrado fuse diagram"