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Old 03-18-2022, 01:29 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by Leviticus Ezra View Post
I have torque solutions motor mounts currently installed and I'm quite pleased. As for any other mounts or bushings, that I do not have. Rear diff bushings are something to seriously consider? Are they any difficult to install?
I ha e some whiteline bushings at home for sale if you like. I can dm you when I get home with pics. I was going to install them but since I'm not really suppose be doing anything car related (preparing for a wedding and hosting shopping) I'll just off load them.

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Originally Posted by Leviticus Ezra View Post
Alright, I can see the methodology behind that. My goal is to knock out as much as possible while the cars up the first time around. So I'm not having to constantly put it on jack stands. Doing any work on the drivetrain has appeared to be quite intimidating. But I'm willing to put up a fight doing all of which with the resources that I have (Puny Jack stands). Doing the half shafts first though would not be a terrible idea as it most likely is the easier of the bunch and more prone to failure than the rest of the drivetrain?
That might be the first thing to buy. A good set of 4 and a good floor jack make working on the car MUCH more enjoyable and a hell of a lot safer.

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More traction and more power is going to strain everything in between the motor and tires. I would just accept having an overpowered sportscar and enjoy it for what it is.
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