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  1. ICEMAN99TURBO
    07/27/2011 10:10 PM - permalink
    ICEMAN99TURBO
  2. scarr
    02/18/2011 07:20 PM - permalink
    scarr
    awesome! i was honestly of doing MOTD and even chrystlers at carlisle, too. my uncle shows his shelby daytona every year, there. my family are huge mopar fans.
  3. scarr
    02/17/2011 08:53 PM - permalink
    scarr
    july? you coming down to central pa for cone killers? (please do)
  4. scarr
    02/15/2011 09:50 PM - permalink
    scarr
    then we took it to a shop to have them ACTUAL alignment, and replace the inner tie rods, the next day. then one day later: i was on the track, seeing how much better it was. (but the 2 painter's tape stripes on the fender may have been the reason it was better... who knows? :P )

    and it was a LOT better. i am talking night and day. it took all day for me realize just how much more i could push out of the car. from the first run (me driving how i did before the upgrades) to the last run i cut 8 seconds off.... because i realized i didn't actually have to slow down for some of the turns, and could just power through them.

    this year i plan to do the front swaybar, and get some adjustable toe bars for the year (my car is toeing in too much in the rear, thus making it hard to get the rear to rotate like i want.)
  5. scarr
    02/15/2011 09:50 PM - permalink
    scarr
    well, D2's are not top of the line... nut neither is an eclipse/stratus. i did not preload, but i keep thinking about it. adjustments are pretty simple, though.

    on installation... it was 3 hours, but i also did a lot more work (it was fast repair after an accident, before a race.) it was just me and my best friend... in a driveway. 2 jacks, 4 jackstands (so we could work at the same time), some wrenches... and an air compressor with an impact hammer (just makes it easier). oh, and an anglegrinder (for rusted parts) and the stock catback (GREAT breaker bar :) ).

    on that day we:
    removed the old suspension
    installed, and leveled the D2's
    upgraded the rear swaybar (to an ST)
    upgraded the swaybar endlinks (all 4) (to moogs)
    replaced the outer tie rods (with moogs... i like moog parts)
    replaced the fender
    replaced the wheelwell
    realigned the hood and a headlight
    duct taped my front bumper back together
    and did a pathetic "eyeballing" alignment
  6. ICEMAN99TURBO
    02/13/2011 09:59 AM - permalink
    ICEMAN99TURBO
    Hey bud...

About Me

  • About Centurin
    Location
    Port Jervis, New York
    Car:
    2003 Dodge Stratus R/T
    Occupation
    IBM Test Technician
    Engine type and displacement
    3.0L V6
    Major modifications
    CF hood
    Tranny type
    Automatic
    Horsepower
    200.0
    60 foot time
    0.000
    1/8 Mile ET
    0.000
    1/8 Mile MPH
    0.00
    1/4 Mile ET
    0.000
    1/4 Mile MPH
    0.00

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  • Join Date: 09/14/2010
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