Installed a Roc-Euro stabilizer bar. Installation was incredibly simple and took about 10 minutes including setting up the ramps and getting out the tools.
Not a massive difference but it seems to have lessened and smoothed out the vibrations introduced by the 034 insert. I've also noticed that starting smoothly in first seems slightly easier. Overall I am pleased. It's well made and was delivered quickly.
It's going to be hard to tell, since I did mounts on Friday and no pulls since. The mounts transmit a fair amount of engine noise to the cabin, which is going to make me perceive higher performance regardless of the TIE. I do know where my turbo ran out of blow/couldn't hit boost targets over 5k rpm before, so I'll see if it can get closer now next time I hit the onramps hard.How much of a difference do you notice?
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How do you get jack stands on both front and rear pinch welds to have the whole side raised for tire rotations?
I typically have used blocks of wood on specified jack points on previous cars. I feel a bit nervous about using it elsewhere. Glad it works for others, but I think I'm going with the retro fitted jack kit just for peace of mind. So just to confirm, there hasn't been any known issues using these jack kits?
Installed my deAutoKey H7 cornering bulbs this morning...they work, it's just way too bright out to actually test them out...so review coming later on
they took quite a bit longer to install than any of the other bulbs I've done so far, but that was mainly because of having to zip tie the black box and heatsync/resistors in the engine bay away from wiring (the gold resistors get pretty damn hot)...I tried the install without the resistors to start, since according to deAutoKey, not all cars need them, but I got an adaptive headlight system error on the first start of the car so I went ahead and put in the resistors (which requires cutting a small hole in the water tight cover) and the error went away on my next startup...I did take out the airbox to do the drivers side as I don't see how you could really get in there without removing the airbox...I have high hopes for these...just like with all LED's, on these I do notice that there is a very slight delay in these turning on vs. the stock cornering bulbs...they also do not seem to fade out as nicely as stock, but most likely just because they're LED bulbs...can't wait for it to get dark out so I can see how these really perform
Got the wires all tucked away, didn't even have to remove the weather stripping, just separated that plastic paneling...thanks for the push, not sure if I would have bothered messing with it otherwise
Also installed my deAutoKey trunk LED light, glovebox LED light, color changing footwell LED's and vanity/sun visor LED's...was going to do the cornering lights today too (since that's really why I ordered all the LED's in the first place), but the engine was still pretty hot from being out earlier, so I'll have to do that tomorrow
all the lights were really easy, maybe 20 mins for everything going nice and slowly...I got a killer deal on these, wouldn't have normally bought them...I'm pretty happy with the brightness of the glovebox/trunk/sun visors, I'll have to update on the footwell LED's though as the white isn't as crisp white as I'd like (I probably won't go using the other colors too much) so those I'm on the fence on weather I like them or not, but everything else listed I'm really happy with...can't wait to install the cornering lights
if i have time maybe I'll take the car out tonight in my dark neighborhood and get some general cornering videos with the stock lights to see the brightness differences on video since it's tough to tell from some of the photos