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i will use a better cam next time!
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Have fun in it, we expect the full report and a new set of tires after!chocodip said:hahah..........u gotta do these thing fast yo!....i think the handling improve abit. i will run for awhile and tell u guys more about it.
Well he just wants the looks, I think.Giorgio_Pazuero said:ehh... Its nicely done, but the rims just dont fit. unless you get the challenge suspention which will cost dear life and more to pay for. Its not bad though.
No. The springs are harder and the suspension ECU settings are different. In summary, its a track car converted for road use. The 360 is a road car.chocodip said:yes guys.....i just want a better looks.....the car itself is much preformed and handling is awesome!
is the OEM suspension can be height adjustable?
There's no necessity to change the ECU. The CS ECU is completely different and it will be even worse for the Modena. What will happen is the parameters will be off a bit and the ECU does not act/react at what it would be for a standard rim/tyres. You won't feel it unless you're on the track driving at the limit or in the rain when you need the ASR to help. But that's the price you pay.rauss said:Was it necessary to change the ECU set up in order to adjust with the 19' rims instead of the original 18'? I heard if you dont adjust you will have the warning lights going on...
Yes, he would want looks, which hes done well with.Stradale said:Well he just wants the looks, I think.Giorgio_Pazuero said:ehh... Its nicely done, but the rims just dont fit. unless you get the challenge suspention which will cost dear life and more to pay for. Its not bad though.