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  1. seantesarski

    seantesarski New Member

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    Good day,
    Been a Mopar guy my whole life but always had an eye for fox bodies and sn95s. So I just picked one up
    '95 Gt 5 speed
    bbk intake, headers, x-pipe, borla exhaust. 3:73's and a short throw.

    First thing on my list is sub-frame connectors.

    Been doing nothing but research on this car since I got it and been creeping on here a TON!

    Anyways, thanks for having me, Cheers
     
  2. Orange 94

    Orange 94 Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    Welcome!!!
    Where in canada are you from?
     
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    seantesarski New Member

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    Welcome!
     
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    welcome to the site! enjoy your stay!

    SFCs are a huge plus on these cars. Look at the MM XL sub frames.

    and get some pics up!
     
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    CC'S95GT Legend

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    Welcome to the madness
    where's the pics.
     
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    seantesarski New Member

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    I hate the wheels so I am already on the hunt for those. Also, the 4x4 look has got to go. Just trying to decide between H&R's and Eibach's.
     
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    Welcome to the site man!! yea the 4x4 look is never an appealing one lol.. good luck with your car
     
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    Orange 94 Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    I feel sorry for you... :)
     
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    When i figure it out, You'll be the first to know.
    Another DFG Canadian ....Welcome! :wave:
     
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    DeepList Administrator Staff Member SN95 Supporter

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    Welcome to the community!
     
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    Welcome :D
     
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    Welcome! Go with H&R, and is your hood popped in those pictures?
     
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    Yeah hood is popped lol. I hear so many good things about each. Eibachs, h&r an even sve
     
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    Most, IMO will just say go to H&R as they have a better ride quality. I have H&Rs and they ride like a lowered car but I only imagine what any brand that has said to ride really bad would feel like. Given Im going to Coilovers now. I can see SVE being a good brand, you wont see as much of a drop from them compared to H&R SS though.
     
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    Eibach is the way to go.
     
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    welcome! :)
     
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    welcome to the forum