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      07-12-2012, 09:54 AM   #23
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If you have EDC, I think so. If you are non-EDC...NO!
I do have EDC. It's just a matter of whether I should pony up the 2k for the V3s vs the Sleeve kit.
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      07-12-2012, 10:47 AM   #24
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I would do the sleeve kit and call it the day ! Maybe even RDsport sway bars front and rear which I happen to have a brand new never used set for sale & I can make you a sweet offer
As for brakes" fluid , pads & lines are good but....... Once you get to have some fun with the new power you will find yourself driving very spirited and they really don't suffice only if you don't really get on the car often which I don't see this being the case so I would consider a BBK .
Then look into a oil cooler
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      07-12-2012, 11:01 AM   #25
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And if you do decide to go BBk get the slotted rotors !
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      07-12-2012, 11:44 AM   #26
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I would do the sleeve kit and call it the day ! Maybe even RDsport sway bars front and rear which I happen to have a brand new never used set for sale & I can make you a sweet offer
As for brakes" fluid , pads & lines are good but....... Once you get to have some fun with the new power you will find yourself driving very spirited and they really don't suffice only if you don't really get on the car often which I don't see this being the case so I would consider a BBK .
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And if you do decide to go BBk get the slotted rotors !
Thanks M33! I Love the Look of Drilled though! haha
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      07-14-2012, 01:59 AM   #27
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Thanks M33! I Love the Look of Drilled though! haha
They look good but I feel the slotted provide better stoping power and not to mention they help eliminate the wet rust that comes from the rotors after washing the car
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They look good but I feel the slotted provide better stoping power and not to mention they help eliminate the wet rust that comes from the rotors after washing the car
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Slotted are amazing trust me they might not look good as drilled but deff worth it.

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They look good but I feel the slotted provide better stoping power and not to mention they help eliminate the wet rust that comes from the rotors after washing the car
I HATE the wet rust on the rotors after washing. I have to wash the barrel of my rims twice. Damn...Slotted it is..
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