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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-08-2010, 12:03 PM Thread Starter
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Well I bought my car new in may. These pictures were taken a couple weeks after I bought it. It's been slightly less than six months and I already have 20k miles on her, and I'm fairly happy with the car. My main gripe was the terrible handling, however, with my first mod I just did saturady (11-06-2010), that issue has been greatly improved, although still not what I'm used to.


Any way... On to the pics.






no, no, no, scroll down. lol









scroll down some more





there it is on the left













As I said I just did my first mod so here are the pics of that!







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Nice rims! Get some ss/tc shocks/struts and lowering springs next!!! You'll love the improved handling.

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nice vette..!

Now for suspension you want the following at minimum:
ss/tc strut/shock swap - $335
lowering springs - $150
rear sway bar - $150
front strut bar - doesn't do much - $100

OR... you could get coilovers for around $1000-1500 and the sway bar and you'd be set.
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why?
to who springer or my wheels?

my wheels, cause I bent a factory wheel and need to replace it or all four.

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why?
if that was to me, I stated what i stated because of what he stated in the OP.



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My main gripe was the terrible handling, however, with my first mod I just did saturady (11-06-2010), that issue has been greatly improved, although still not what I'm used to.
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nice vette..!

Now for suspension you want the following at minimum:
ss/tc strut/shock swap - $335
lowering springs - $150
rear sway bar - $150
front strut bar - doesn't do much - $100
Alignment - $60

OR... you could get coilovers for around $1000-1500 and the sway bar and you'd be set.
Looks good, a lowering would make it look better, but me personally I dont think its worth it.

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Nice looking ride. And that Vette is total droolfest.

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