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The Ubiquitous Jimmy V.
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Gonna get pic's tuesday..
So far so good they did stiffen car up.How they hold up remains to be seen.Somebody had to try them so why not me.
They weigh 3 1/2 lbs and they are strong.


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There Bolt ins..

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chillfactor said:
Weld in or bolt on.....?/????
You can't weld carbon fiber :D :p j/k They are bolt on. Like I said in Jim's first post about them......"If only somone would make a weld-on carbon fiber subframe connector.
 

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chillfactor said:
Sorry missed the post.......but I thought the only way to go was weld ins.
Weld ins is best way to go for sure..

just testing what's out there.for guys who want weight savings.

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Hunter said:
Do you plan on changing to weld-ons eventually? If so, which ones?
I was going with the Max Motorsports. I still might.
I wanted to test try these first.
Once i weld on a Sub Frame i am stuck with it.

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I planned on going with the MM SFC's too, but wanted to hear about the Amazon SFC's before I purchase the MM's.
 
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