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#13687 - Not my car, but on my dad's truck I learned a while ago that i…  [+] (1 reply) 03/31/2015 on /cars/ +1
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#13693 - apurpleliger (03/31/2015) [-]
That's super cool actually
#13675 - Yep. Fart cans, fart cans everywhere. *shudders* I'm not on…  [+] (1 reply) 03/31/2015 on /cars/ 0
#13684 - mcginger (03/31/2015) [-]
I'm all for modding cars, but if your gonna do it you need to do it right. Some 4 cylinders sound good with better exhaust and intakes. But you gotta get the good stuff, not eBay parts
#13673 - I live in Colorado, and to my knowledge, there's no mandatory …  [+] (3 replies) 03/30/2015 on /cars/ 0
#13674 - mcginger (03/30/2015) [-]
Damn son. Sounds good for all those jap kids with shitty mods
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#13675 - basshead (03/31/2015) [-]
Yep. Fart cans, fart cans everywhere. *shudders* I'm not one to judge too much since I drive a similar econobox, but that shit's stock and staying that way because it just isn't worth it. Although, around here, what's as common/more common are the WRX's, usually straight piped or fart canned, open BOV, etc, etc... At least the boxer 4 CAN sound good if given a decent exhaust, too bad pretty much noone out here bothers to do that though.
#13684 - mcginger (03/31/2015) [-]
I'm all for modding cars, but if your gonna do it you need to do it right. Some 4 cylinders sound good with better exhaust and intakes. But you gotta get the good stuff, not eBay parts
#13266 - Two rotor rotary engine from the RX-7 FD. At least that's wha…  [+] (2 replies) 03/25/2015 on /cars/ +1
#13267 - lastone (03/25/2015) [-]
oh that would be cool
#13368 - siddarthagautama (03/26/2015) [-]
He is right.
Small engine, lots of power but the parts can be expensive since it is a special engine.
#13231 - So, I've never even posted in here let alone knew that this pl…  [+] (3 replies) 03/24/2015 on /cars/ 0
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#13249 - firehippie (03/24/2015) [-]
roadmaster's are going to be easier to find than the impala ss or pc1 caprice. if you can find one with the towing package. with the towing package it give the roadmaster a limited slip differential instead of the open differential with the normal models. because of that it will have better traction and it's a different gear ratio then the open differential so it will be faster. the normal one will do 0-60 in like 8 or 9 seconds and the ones with the towing package with do it in around 7 seconds. some people have recorded them doing under 7 stock but that is up to debate. with the roadmaster wagon it will be a bit heavier so it will be a tad bit slower but not by much. and to add cheep power just get better exhaust and intake. if you are willing to go more into it get a different cam and heads that will really help the engine come alive. you already know what years to go for so that's good. that's basically all I can do to help
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#13258 - basshead (03/25/2015) [-]
Yeah, that's pretty much what I"m shooting for, got one 9c1 that I'm trying to get info on but the dude isn't responding at all. All the other decent looking ones here right now at least are either miled out, way overpriced, or don't have the LT1 though. But yeah, if I get one, first things I'm gonna do is exhaust and then rear gears, probably 3.73's or so to help it get out of the hole better, then go from there, then eventually in some order, ls6 valve springs, 1.6:1 rockers, high stall converter, lt4 hot cam, and a tune, in some order, depending on how I do things, although I'd probably just be happy for a while with exhaust and gears. I'd say long tube headers too, but they're a bitch to install, I live in rust country, and as far as stock manifolds go, the ones on the LT1 aren't really that bad... I just wish there were easier solutions for stuff like Optispark, seems like most of the optispark deletes that are out there are just as costly as putting in a new optispark unit...
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#13237 - apurpleliger (03/24/2015) [-]
Unfortunately I don't know much at all about those, but I think Firehippie might be able to offer some insight