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Mitsubishi Galant, Chevrolet, Hyundai, Dodge, Ford, Toyota, Performance Mods
#16 of 35 rotors for 01 galant
Jul 12, 2005 (9:52 pm)
Hey Folks- I'm currently in southern california specifically in the orange county area and i'm sick of the brakes on my 2001 galant...i've replaced the rotors once and resurfaced them about 2 other times- anyone out there know if slotted or drilled rotors make any difference or at least if it will help or where i can find a shop that will do it at a decent price??how much would i be looking at or does anyone know what the best solution to this problem would be? please help!!
#18 of 35 escort rs2000 skirts
Aug 04, 2005 (10:24 am)
Hi just wandering if any1 knew if escorts rs2000 skirts would fit a mk3 5 door fiesta si,
#22 of 35 04 Impala 3.4 mods
Jun 27, 2008 (3:16 pm)
Okay - This is probably a lost cause question, but..... Are there any performance mods that I can do to the 3.4 in an 04 Impala? It does all right and it gets fairly good gas mileage, but it only produces 180 hp and 180 ft lbs of torque. I am fairly certain the 3.4 is a punched out version of the 3.1 so maybe there isn't much more that can be done to the motor?
#23 of 35 1991 Toyota Pick-up
Nov 22, 2005 (5:46 pm)
I have been browsing the internet for 3 months trying to find Performace upgrades as well at Exterior & Interior (custom). I have had no luck does anyone know of a site that I can get these parts. Thanks
#24 of 35 Is the Mitsubishi Lanzer Oz Rally, worth it?
Mar 14, 2006 (1:10 pm)
I'm thinking about buying a used Lancer Rally.
Is it worth it, and if so what can I do to the engine to hop up the performance?
The car I'm thinking about is a 2005, with a auto trans.
#25 of 35 Re: rotors for 01 galant [oc4]
Mar 14, 2006 (3:39 pm)
you want to see if bosch makes rotors for your application. they come with a 5 year warranty and run 50-60 a rotor, also go with bosch premium pads either semi metallic (oem)or upgrade to a ceramic pad about 10 dollars more than oem pads. make sure you get your brake fluid changed and go to a dot 4 fluid it will be ok to use it has a higher boiling point which means it can handle more heat from your brakes.