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Old 12-21-2006, 11:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Sorry if this is not a new topic, but I did a search and came up short. Does anyone know if there are hardened motor and transmission mounts for the forenza?
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I'm suprised you didn't find my post. I have two made up, and two more test sets... I wanna keep them on my car allot longer before selling them to be sure they're safe. If you wanna take the risk I will sell them to you though.
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I'll wait for now, but keep me posted. I am very interested in figuring out how to get all the slop out of the tranny. I shift @ 5k when running hard and 3rd is always a [email protected]%#h.
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I'll wait for now, but keep me posted. I am very interested in figuring out how to get all the slop out of the tranny. I shift @ 5k when running hard and 3rd is always a [email protected]%#h.
kk, Just keep an eye at the post in the forenza/reno section
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