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Old 02-05-2023, 04:23 PM   #29
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@ Ernest72 , I completely agree with you, but I think this is advice that falls on deaf ears to younger individuals as they haven't had the experiences yet.

As someone who autoXed a lot 20 years ago, I quickly learned what did and didn't matter, most of which was the driver, tires, alignment and about nothing else.

The best advice aside from that is to have a purpose to what you are doing so it is at least focused.

Thanks for your sage input, @earnest72. I just don't think it will be utilized in this thread.

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I was told not to put urethane in the front lower control arm. I did not listen either. I agree, its part of life.
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Old 02-06-2023, 06:24 AM   #30
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I was told not to put urethane in the front lower control arm. I did not listen either. I agree, its part of life.
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Welcome OP! Sorry to hear about your RS3, even more so the guy didn't have insurance, that sucks. The BRZ is a very different proposition to your old car so it will definitely be interesting, the aftermarket world for the first gen is huge and this latest generation is no different, but it is still quite a new car, the product lines are expanding all the time and as of yet, there hasn't really been any turbocharged examples (I think most owners are satisfied with its output or a reluctant to be voiding warranties just yet). If you are happy to go into unchartered territory then crack on.
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