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Well I may have waited too long to start this thread because I have already acquired many parts but here it goes!

I started off with a green filter and was shocked by the difference in size and quality
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My next move was an AWR motor mount, even though it specifically said to not get a 95a for a road car, I did [dunno]
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Since then I have gotten a stainless shift knob that I could not be happier with!
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After that my package from super bright leds came in and as childish as they may make me look I love them! (you can see my shifter's sun protector, yes so far it has worked well)
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Next up I got my induction hose from Mountune but they were greatly backordered on black so they decided to send me a yellow...
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And now we are up to date on what I have finished, here is what I have started:
IMG_2448.jpeg IMG_2447.jpeg Note that the hooks clip into the old rear seat bottom section, nice and tight as well
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Nice, and great craftsmanship [thumb], but I would rather just save the weight involved (as little as it may be vs. your floor build) with removing everything past the front seats to begin with. [wink]
I agree but it is my daily car and I need the room but I have tried to use the lightest things while building it, I will try and get a weight on it afterwards!
 
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That is one clean engine bay you got there Hazel!
 
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Well I may have waited too long to start this thread because I have already acquired many parts but here it goes!

I started off with a green filter and was shocked by the difference in size and quality
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My next move was an AWR motor mount, even though it specifically said to not get a 95a for a road car, I did [dunno]
View attachment 20333

Since then I have gotten a stainless shift knob that I could not be happier with!
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After that my package from super bright leds came in and as childish as they may make me look I love them! (you can see my shifter's sun protector, yes so far it has worked well)
View attachment 20335

Next up I got my induction hose from Mountune but they were greatly backordered on black so they decided to send me a yellow...
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And now we are up to date on what I have finished, here is what I have started:
View attachment 20337 View attachment 20340 Note that the hooks clip into the old rear seat bottom section, nice and tight as well
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How is the 95A AWR treating you? Ended up trading my 70A when I got a mountune RMM for a steal, and the difference in vibration is night and day.

I can't imagine how a stiffer mount would be, for a DD no less.
 
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How is the 95A AWR treating you? Ended up trading my 70A when I got a mountune RMM for a steal, and the difference in vibration is night and day.

I can't imagine how a stiffer mount would be, for a DD no less.
I don't mind it at all, anything below 1600 rpm is a really bad shake (mirror vibration) but once you get going it's fine. If you're extremely sensitive you can feel minor constant vibration but I have a few hundred miles on now and I don't plan on changing it.
 

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