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Well since my car's only run two days out of the last 60, I figured I'd take advantage of some of the downtime. I've had these endlinks for a couple of months and finally got around to installing them this afternoon.
 

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Well since my car's only run two days out of the last 60, I figured I'd take advantage of some of the downtime. I've had these endlinks for a couple of months and finally got around to installing them this afternoon.
They look good. Does the top bushing have a greas fitting also.


How did you make out with the IAT?
 

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so um.... what do they do?:D
 

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They look good. Does the top bushing have a greas fitting also.
Yes it does. Just going to be tough to get to. I'll have to lower them to re-grease.

How did you make out with the IAT?
Haven't done anything yet. Still waiting for the new throttle body. Two weeks and it hasn't even shipped.

Those look rather beefy. How long did the install take?
Took about an hour.

so um.... what do they do?:D
They hold the sway bar in place a little better.
 

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Have those on the Shelby. I did all the suspension at one time so I can't say what difference any one piece made.

However, they do look nice and sturdy.
 

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Well since my car's only run two days out of the last 60, I figured I'd take advantage of some of the downtime. I've had these endlinks for a couple of months and finally got around to installing them this afternoon.
With all seriousness aside,
Maybe you should join Gary and make the car a garage queen. :D

The only casualty of my (almost stock) car so far is that a splash guard fell off due to icing. :so Maybe a splashguard deicing system would do the trick :scratchchin

It looks nice, it would be a good thing if you were are able to try them out in the near future. :wavey
 

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Did you ever figure out what was wrong with the throttle body or Tps. I was wondering if it may have been in the tune?
 

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With all seriousness aside,
Maybe you should join Gary and make the car a garage queen. :D

The only casualty of my (almost stock) car so far is that a splash guard fell off due to icing. :so Maybe a splashguard deicing system would do the trick :scratchchin

It looks nice, it would be a good thing if you were are able to try them out in the near future. :wavey
OUCH and that from one of your mods. :headscratch:
 

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With all seriousness aside,
Maybe you should join Gary and make the car a garage queen. :D

The only casualty of my (almost stock) car so far is that a splash guard fell off due to icing. :so Maybe a splashguard deicing system would do the trick :scratchchin

It looks nice, it would be a good thing if you were are able to try them out in the near future. :wavey
Painful but true. :)

Did you ever figure out what was wrong with the throttle body or Tps. I was wondering if it may have been in the tune?
No, not yet. Haven't spent much time messing with it. Need the new throttle body before I can really do anything more.
 

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Those old links really were pretty cheesy. Mine had a slight bend to it.
 
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