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Here it is...........











1/4 [email protected] MPH
202 WHP
200 Ft Lbs.

Engine:
- AEM cold air intake
- Borla cat-back exhaust
- Hotshot headers w/ high flow cat.
- Crower cams
- Tigerlily 60mm throttle body
- NGM stage IV upper & lower intake manifolds
- NGM ECU reflash
- NGM adjustable fuel pressure regulator
- Yaya poly engine mounts
- ARK lightweight crank pulley
- Fidanza lightweight flywheel
- Centerforce Dual Friction clutch
Transmission:
- Phantom Grip LSD insert
- B&M short throw shifter
- Kartboy poly shift linkage bushings
Suspension/Chassis/Brake:
- Eibach Pro-System ( springs & struts )
- Eibach 22mm rear sway bar
- APE Motorsports traction bars
- OEM Hyundai KDM front strut bar
- RRM rear strut bar
- Yaya poly sway bar bushings
- Enkei RP02 lightweight wheels (17x7, 15.2 lbs)
- Rotora stainless steel brake lines
- XG 350 2 piston front calipers
- OEM Hyundai 12'' drilled rotors
- Ingalls adjustable rear control arms
 

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One of the CLEANEST 03's on the boards...and that's coming from my OCD opinion!

Still looks so clean after 5 years. Rep points awarded.
 

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:3_winkthu Looks awesome Mike. Long time no talk.......

I just used Meguirs 3-step process on the Firebird. Never felt a car surface so smooth. Oh and I putting a new exhaust set up on my car, yes again....Going back to a y-pipe/catback. Probably gonna lose a few horses, but will still be well over 400rwhp
 

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Discussion Starter · #11 ·
whats with the cut upper radiator hose ? the car looks clean man, real clean
how many miles on it now?
It's got 25k miles on it now. That's a greddy water temp sensor adaptor in the upper radiator hose. That's where I get my temp reading for my autometer guage. There is a sender in the bottom of it.. It's easier to use that that try to tap the stock location.
 

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Coming from a fellow low mileage and OCD Moonlit Blue Tib owner........your car rocks. Always has....always will, as long as you're the one taking care of it.

Great job as always.......and love the nice slightly lopey idle from the Crower Cams of course. :)
 

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ooo nice ride. i wish i could baby my tib like that but i like driving it way too much ;)
I actually drive it pretty regularly, I just don't have to drive it to work. If it's a nice day outside, I usually at least take it for a short drive somewhere. I don't like to let it just sit for too long. On bad weather days though, it doesn't go anywhere for any reason. That's what the Sonata or work truck are for.:3_wink:
 
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