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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-14-2013, 11:54 AM Thread Starter
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Iím still wondering is that if it would be easier for myself in the long run if I replaced my car with an SS model (LNF or LSJ) and upgraded performance wise from there.

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This is a route I'm highly considering right now

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I'm having a hard time finding a worth while SS and I really like what I've done with my car (Every inch of it has soundproofing material) so I may just build it up from here if it's a complete switch out.
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Get an ss. I've spent more money on my car than I should have to bring it to where it is

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Get an ss. I've spent more money on my car than I should have to bring it to where it is

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well this is 5g's to have a supposedly better quality engine and a 6 speed transmission, is this really not worth getting?

I guess I felt like this is like getting a brand new ss since the engine wont have any mileage on it and it has a nicer transmission.

I gotta find a decent ss for sale in my area then, the thing is if it isnt through a dealership I'm working with (from other dealerships) then I dont know if I can just trade my car in so I gotta check that
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You're gonna need sensors, charge pipes, intake, intercooler, turbo elbow, downpipe, catback, wiring harness, clutch, flywheel, mounts, tuning, axles, knuckles, rotors, brakes, basically EVERYTHING. not worth it bro

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You're gonna need sensors, charge pipes, intake, intercooler, turbo elbow, downpipe, catback, wiring harness, clutch, flywheel, mounts, tuning, axles, knuckles, rotors, brakes, basically EVERYTHING. not worth it bro

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damn lol you're right on that, I should follow your advice, I'm def gonna have to look harder for an SS then
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