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    Wtf

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    Quote Originally Posted by xd_01 View Post
    Wtf
    Yeah idk how it happened. The box it came in isn't damaged. The seller has agreed to replace it

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    It's much better to fill them with liquid polyurethane. That's not gonna help much.

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    I don't know what logical reason Prothane made the inserts like this but they've been known to crack. Putting slugs in the holes is a good idea but I would be worried they would work themselves out and become projectiles. I have Energy Suspension for that insert and never had a issue.

  6. #206
    Some new parts went in today...


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    Took forever to locate a set of RMDSM sway bars

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    Oil pan replacement today


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    Sway bar end links installed


    Front upper strut brace installed


    Until I eventually go with coilovers, my suspension is now 100% complete

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    Notice any difference in handling with the thicker sway bars?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xd_01 View Post
    Notice any difference in handling with the thicker sway bars?
    I feel a big difference. There is minimal sway while cornering now compared to before. I'm very happy with how it handles with the sway bars and polyurethane bushings

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    Yeah you have a real nice setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xd_01 View Post
    Notice any difference in handling with the thicker sway bars?
    Thank you, but yours is on a whole other level

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    Thanks, I appreciate it.

  15. #215
    Radiator support replacement

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    These should help light up the road

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    1 headlight in so far. Have to relocate the horns.

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  18. #218
    So you replaced the whole radiator support to JDM?? or you still have to do the cut to make the headlights fit in?

  19. #219
    Quote Originally Posted by yhkwok View Post
    So you replaced the whole radiator support to JDM?? or you still have to do the cut to make the headlights fit in?
    No one goes through changing the radiator support for the jdm swap

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    Quote Originally Posted by yhkwok View Post
    So you replaced the whole radiator support to JDM?? or you still have to do the cut to make the headlights fit in?
    My radiator support needed to be replaced due to an accident a long time ago. I still had to cut to fit the lights

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