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my sister and her friend are in the pic.
i still have to take out the ceiling stuff, the door panels, and, uh, i dunno, the a/c and power steering!
ok, thanx paul, I'll bring it by like wed or thurs day. I'll be at MIR for WWIII or whatever they changed it to... i took more out today: headliner, speaker holder things, rear seat belts, spare tire etc etc... next will definatly be door panels, and a/c power steering
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Looks like someone is taking after me. I removed my interior as well. Pretty soon I will remove passanger seat for the nitrous set up. I took out ac compressor and ac coponents to relieve pull pressure so that i might get some extra hp. i dont have a sterio. nothing. loosing the door panels too soon. just dont have enough time to do it. But its so light my lil bro can push it all around without any effort at all. good fer racing.
If your gonna strip the car why not go the whole hog, Fiberglass/Carbon fibre bonnet & boot, removing all sound dampaning & carpet etc, light performance wheels (speedy wheels springs to mind), Aluminum parts eg radiator etc, completely strip the paint from a car before repainting it blah blah blah... If all else fails, you can personally take a trip to Weight Watchers or Jenny Craig. It just seems easier and perhaps more appropriate to remove and/or replace iron, steel, and rubber components with flyweight materials. In either case, the judge will be your e.t. slip.
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No frills, you dont understand... as soon as i get some more cash i am going to do as much weight reduction as the car will take! BTW just got a 99 elantra TB and i cant get it to work right.... car jumps like crap at low speeds (25 -35 mph) and at sustained speeds.... but i can feel the improvement in acceleration & throttle response! and paul, i do feel a slight diffrence with the o2 & MAF sensor out. gas mileage sux tho. also need new plugs and wires
I found it in H0me Depot it is made by GE comes in a small white plastic tube (not the big gunstyle). I think other stores may carry it as well try Walmart if no HD by you. Very easy fix, I used to have the same problem as you. After gluing it down w/ this its perfect.
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