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I'm a huge fan of drifting and am still trying to learn as much as I can know about cars. As we know, that is a never ending journey. One of these days, I will join the drifting scene.
27th June 2016
So as some of you know I’m planning on modifying my Lancer. But I worry that if I put an after market intake on it I will run the risk of damaging something due to the engine being introduced to more air without a free flowing exhaust, too much air pressure. So my idea is start with the back, buy a really nice header - back exhaust kit (performance only, no fart pipes) and then work my way forward to the intake. That way I reduce the risk of forcing too much air since it can exit quicker (in theory). What do you think?
So I need some help, I’m considering modding (performance mods) my Lancer (even though it’s an automatic lol) and I’m wondering. Should I get a cold air intake or not? Do they create a noticeable difference or no? I’ve heard convincing arguments for both and want to know what you guys think
Hey guys and gals so I have a question for anyone who has actually built a drift car and goes to events. So I was wondering, what’s better to buy for a weekend of drifting, little cheap tires (like $100 USD tops) or more performance orientated tires? (Like $225)
This weekend I’m going to be installing an interior lighting kit, first one ive ever done. Can’t wait! And hopefully next weekend I’ll be repairing and painting a rusted spot on my front right quarter panel. And after that, replacing my splash shield because it’s broken in like 3 pieces, found that out while inspecting my bumper. And last (for now, because we all know how we car guys are) but not least, I’m going to either order a new bumper and get it painted, or repaint my stock one because it’s has a lot of paint rubbed off of it. I’m thinking about ordering one and sending it to get painted, there like $65 plus a few hundered on a paint job and I so that way there is a much smaller chance of imperfections. Because I’ve never painted cars before and I want it to be perfect. Don’t we all want our cars to be perfect? Well, what do you think? And thanks for reading this far! :)