jbrehm: My idle was perfect with the ID1000's on E85 and gasoline. I'll shoot you a PM I do have them for sale.
All wired up:
Tuning for these is a learning experience - aka requires lots of &
So I told my friend that painted the bumpers that the car is brilliant black. My car isn't, it's raven black- I didn't find the sticker till after they were done. Opps
Do I care? A little, but not really. You can tell when using a flash or in very bright light. Spoke with him and he's just going to spray the whole car for me in the future. For now it's nice to have a shaved front bumper.
sticker in manual:
Can't tell in low lighting:
Huge paperweight off the rear:
At night using a flash is bad news:
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Ooooh, what suspension are you putting on?
I can't believe it took you this long to take the 35lb weight off the rear!
More go fast parts on the way too though
500awhp goal, back in the crosshairs
Now that I have the RSS's I switched back to factory sways and the car is definitely much harsher, car sticks to the ground better but I do feel everything, and feel it HARD. The V3's are a great daily driven coilover that is performance oriented, with sway bars it makes it a very solid competitor to the RSS, however nothing really touches the control you have with the RSS's, but you sacrifice a LOT of ride quality to achieve this.
PS- Still have that bumper if you need it!
[QUOTE=jbrehm;78532503]I'm interested in hearing your thoughts on the V3s, Doug - especially as compared to the RSS.
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