Мигс има хубави обяснения за модификации и ремонти, но сайта му е малко кофти организиран.
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Even then, how you replace these parts is key: Don't buy MORE junkyard parts to satiate your performance needs. I see it every day. Don't buy used parts that can wear, like brake components. Even if its a size or piston upgrade (FC3s, for example), its still your LIFE we're talking about here. Don't buy used shocks/springs. Don't go ghetto and CUT springs for that matter, unless you REALLY know what you're doing! Essentially, what I'm saying is don't cut corners, don't re-invent the wheel, and don't cheap out. Pay an honest dollar for a good, new part.
If you don't, you will wind up with an unreliable, sub-performance car that still requires heaps of maintenance. Performance parts cost $$$ for a reason...expect to pay for what you get! Most people cry when they hear what my parts cost me...brakes are a good example...but are totally fixated by the performance of these parts. They go "wow, that car sure stops"...but they won't spend the money to get it for themselves...instead buying low-performance pads and installing them in old, oem systems.