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just bought an 02 Aztec Red Spec V... so very proud of him... He flipped his SRT-4 a couple of months ago and is just now getting another car, big thumbs up for choosing a Nissan huger thumbs up for it bein a Spec! :)
 

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SRT-4 to a Spec... thats gotta suck a little bit.. well congratulate him anyway and lets all hope he keeps this one right side up =P
 

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Amplified2000 said:
SRT-4 to a Spec... thats gotta suck a little bit.. well congratulate him anyway and lets all hope he keeps this one right side up =P
yeah his wreck was kinda crazy over corrected and then bam big ditch :)
 

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Thats what happens when you put way too much engine and not enough suspension in a car. People here piss me off with this "Higher HP means better car" bullsh*T. A Spec-V will carry ALOT more speed though a corner, plenty enough in fat to whoop an SRT-4 (even 2004 with LSD) through any track thats not just a straight line. I've talked to a cuple people who have srt-4's and they say its damn scary tryin to floor it through a turn, actually its basically undoable.
 

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The most dangerous part of any car is the loose nut behind the wheel..

No amount of engine/suspension/other kind of work can save you from yourself if you choose to drive like a retard.
 

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/\/\ Couldn't have said it better myself/\/\
Atleast now he'll have a lot better handling
 

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Amplified2000 said:
The most dangerous part of any car is the loose nut behind the wheel..

No amount of engine/suspension/other kind of work can save you from yourself if you choose to drive like a retard.
I went outside and checked, but found no loose nuts in the suspension, or the steering, what are you talking about? :p




jfwy, well put :)
 

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bkpsu said:
I went outside and checked, but found no loose nuts in the suspension, or the steering, what are you talking about?




jfwy, well put
You need one of these to do the job proper..


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Shoulda told him to get the 2003 and have the best of both worlds , A better tranny and all the good looks. I only wish we had a less sensitive knock sensor.
 
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