Whats your ONE mod?

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Dang SUN gotcha, Brandon...bummer, that is a great shot.

Haven't done much here, replaced the front brake pads with CC and in the process, installed my favorite mod so far...the most excellent Caliperfexion studs. A must have for anyone who would rather not deal with those monster calipers in the future. Not sure what I'll be doingdown the road but the Python vent is around the corner and, a set of "someone's" wheels might also be in the cards. <smiling>

That said, my second favorite so far is the rain tray snake. :cool:




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That Caliper guy must be a stud.
 

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KB, my OCD radar is going off... the snake looks off-center by about .20"

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For those about to rock, look a squirrel! :crackup:
 


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Another vote for the Caliperfexion studs and the Powerstop pads that almost completely eliminate brake dust. Can’t wait for them to start making the rears.
 

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Cleanest GT500 hub and knuckle on the planet. And nice hardware choice!;)
 

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To all of you who have been enjoying your cars, whats the ONE mod (performance, functional, or cosmetic) you are the most happy with and couldn't imagine your car without?

Us guys that are now awaiting our 21 orders need something else to obsess over while we wait!

I've decided after much contemplation, the CFTP spring and sway bar swap. I'm hoping
after the swap i can still get up my rather steep driveway.

My GT350 was actually lower to the ground than the GT500, with the spring swap it should be about the same.
 

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Bummer about the steep driveway, Michael and not much you can do about that. But I can recommend the SlipLow product for the lower edge of the spoiler and winglets. (Thanks again, Jaime) At least with them, if you just barely scrape, no harm done.
 

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Bummer about the steep driveway, Michael and not much you can do about that. But I can recommend the SlipLow product for the lower edge of the spoiler and winglets. (Thanks again, Jaime) At least with them, if you just barely scrape, no harm done.
This. My PPf shop added these for me and absolutely love them
 

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I've decided after much contemplation, the CFTP spring and sway bar swap. I'm hoping
after the swap i can still get up my rather steep driveway.

My GT350 was actually lower to the ground than the GT500, with the spring swap it should be about the same.
Unless you like the front being higher i would just do the front CFTP spring swap to level it out. I also went with larger (larger than base & CFTP) steeda adjustable rear sway bar.
 

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Unless you like the front being higher i would just do the front CFTP spring swap to level it out. I also went with larger (larger than base & CFTP) steeda adjustable rear sway bar.

It was my impression that the CFTP springs lowered the ride height in the front and the rear. Currently my base on level ground has a slight downhill rake from back to front. I like the look but would like a lower ride height front and back and maintain the downhill rake.
 

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It was my impression that the CFTP springs lowered the ride height in the front and the rear. Currently my base on level ground has a slight downhill rake from back to front. I like the look but would like a lower ride height front and back and maintain the downhill rake.
my 'regular' GT500 sat higher in the front than the back...i believe thats most peoples opinion.....so lowering just the front with CFTP springs leveled my car out perfectly.....
 

 
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