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My build thread that has more pictures, videos, and more description can be seen at www.tinyurl.com/stockysnailsbrz 250whp 200 wtq on the dyno, which translates to about ~280hp ~236tq 9.914 power/weight vs stock of 13.88. I had AR Auto Service give me a corner balance and alignment since I needed it after I installed my RCE Tarmac 2 coilovers. Here are the stats of the alignment: Height front: 375mm rear: 372mm (about 1.5-1.7 inches lower is my guess) It feels low very as well. Corner weight: LF: 865 RF: 807 LR: 704 RR: 675 LF+RR=1510 RF+LR=1511 Caster front before: Left: 6.11 Right: 6.43 Caster front after: Left 6.39 Right: 6.07 Camber front before: Left: -2.64 Right: -1.67 Camber front after: Left: -2.73 Right: -2.78 Toe front before: Left: .06 Right: .08 Toe front after: Left: .01 Right: .01 Camber rear before: Left: -2.9 Right: -2.79 Camber rear after: Left: -3.1 Right: -2.91 Toe rear before: Left: .16 Right: .10 Toe rear after: Left: .05 Right: .06 I was thinking getting new coilovers would be a minor upgrade and I'd only notice it a little bit. I was also worried that it wouldn't be worth all the $$. I'm very impressed with how amazing the car is handling on the street. I can't wait to push the car in autox and on the track to see how crazy this thing handles. Fall in love with your car again and do what I did!
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