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H22 - EG Swap Questions (I know enough already)

Old 07-May-2006, 02:44 PM
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Question H22 - EG Swap Questions (I know enough already)

Just a few q's sorry to flog the dead horse.

1. what sort of suspension considerations should be made due to the weight increase (minimal I know but got to ask).

2. thinking of Tokica Illuminas and tokico springs to compensate for the weight, or coilovers.

3. the best solution to axles, wiring harness, motor mounts.

4. dangers of running turbo (low boost psi) with no work done to the block first, and driving it reasonably.

keep in mind that this is my daily driver, all highway travel in northerish Ontario (kind of ****ty winters), and roads can turn bad quikly (potholes unexpectedly).

Thanks in advance.
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Old 07-May-2006, 04:20 PM
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these are basic questions.
if you already know enough already you shouldnt be asking these.

if this car is your daily driver and your up north with ****ty winter's why would you want to turbo it? save your self some money and time and space in the engine bay and go with a f22.
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