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Old 25 Oct 2003, 11:28 am
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Hello everyone! I purchased my 2002 Inferno Red Limited PT in September of this year. My crusier was stock, but since purchasing I've made several mods, will post pictures this weekend. Just wanted to say "Hello" and thanks to all for the great information that you've posted here, it has been invaluable.

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Old 25 Oct 2003, 11:35 am
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car looks awesome !! welcome to a great board!!
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Old 25 Oct 2003, 12:07 pm
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Good picture of great looking car! [8D] [^] Welcome to the forum--good place to get information and exchange ideas.
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Old 25 Oct 2003, 12:13 pm
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Gary: Look how nice a spring drop looks. Is that next on your mods list?
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Old 25 Oct 2003, 01:06 pm
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"Spring drop"--no thanks! [B)] My car is low enough already and if it were lowered futher I might not be able to get around on the roads I normally travel icluding my long and steep packed-gravel driveway.
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Old 25 Oct 2003, 01:44 pm
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"Spring drop"--no thanks! [B)] My car is low enough already and if it were lowered futher I might not be able to get around on the roads I normally travel icluding my long and steep packed-gravel driveway.
Gary: You might consider dropping just the rear. For one, it is easy to do (or undo) and it is inexpensive. I agree that dropping the front may be a problem for you. Just my 2 cents.

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Old 27 Oct 2003, 01:33 am
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IRPT...welcome to the forum! Enjoy your ride and the road to mods!
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