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Old 03-16-2008, 08:46 PM   #2181
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I just put four of these in my Neon, one for every cylinder. She's at about 47,000 horsepower. It should be making a couple ten-thousand horsepower more, but it's running a little rich.

i'd like to twin turbo a car with those. I'll just build a roof rack.
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What should I do to my car?

Not to expensive cause I don't have alot of money right now. There will be a turbo in her, but thats down the road.

I was thinking Blue Underglow, and tint.
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What should I do to my car?

Not to expensive cause I don't have alot of money right now. There will be a turbo in her, but thats down the road.

I was thinking Blue Underglow, and tint.
tints always look nice but streetglow is, well, sorta lame and not to mention illegal to driving around with.

For performance upgrades I would look into a cold air intake and a new exhaust.
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uhmm, look at sig lol

Got Greddy Exhaust and AEM CAI
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uhmm, look at sig lol

Got Greddy Exhaust and AEM CAI
oh lol i didnt notice. well looks like those upgrades are taken care of.

Maybe some new rims?
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I was thinking that to.

But can't find a good pair that'd go well.
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Coilovers, HID's, tint?
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tint like this looks pretty sick if you can find the color that matches your car.

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Woops, mistaken something on the R8`s engine not rotary.
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tint like this looks pretty sick if you can find the color that matches your car.

Whoah where do you get that?
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