You'll be fine with that set-up.
The MM c/c plates have sperical bearings which is nice. I'll recommend them.
A couple of things to look for in a head unit if you want to keep the rest of the mach system stock.
Look for 6 channel sound and a preamp voltage...
If it was unlocked your ready to go.
Visit sctflash.com then put in your zip code for the dealer locator. Call a few dealers in your area and tell...
Lot's of 3" components available, a Google search should yield many options.
BTW - If you are making less than 450hp I would not consider a 3"...
I've had both on my 5.0. I preferred the sound of the Flows even though on my car they droned more.
As far as quality, the Flows were vastly...
This might help in the short run.
Reset your clutch. Pull the clutch pedal towards you then push the top of the clutch quadrant back towards the...
Give this a try.
Pull up on the clutch pedal then push the top of the quadrant (The part where the cable hooks on) back towards the firewall then...
I have 17 x 9's on all 4 also. My Yoko ES 100's do rub up front. I installing 275's that are .4" narrower that should cure my problem.
Sure it's not the dead coils rubbing against each other?
I have 275/40/17's up front that rub on my Steeda Sport lowered car.
My choices for new tires seem to be 265/40, 255/40 or 255/45.
0000mph would be my guess
:lol: True if the engine is not on. If the engine is on then you get 0mpg :lol:
I noticed immediately improved steering response also. From what I understand it's because the MM's use spherical bearings instead of sleeve bearings.
if you want to go this route - get full length headers and a short mid-pipe.
i'd pass on a mid-pipe swap your planning.
If you have the time. thanks in advance
the heck with oems. my 02 had one fog and the other peel.
i don't think a light clutch is a problem either. if it grabs - be happy.
balt to dc shops get $750 to $1200 for everything.
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