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DieselFx

DieselFX :: 2004 Infiniti FX35

  1. DieselFx

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  2. la_fx35

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    Ahh, finally got to meet her! :top:
     
  3. Logan

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    I like the wheels, any plans on lowering?
     
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    DieselFx

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    lol i want too after what i been hearing people say about these springs... I go snowboarding alot would the springs affect my traction in the snow? is the ride much more stiff? I dont want it too bumpy ya know?

    ---------- Post added at 01:58 AM ---------- Previous post was at 01:53 AM ----------

    it is actually a HE. Wanted a best friend haha but yeah finally became a member and posting pics its much easier. Thanks for the skid plate mod andy!! and thank you turbocad6 for installing the plate and angel eyes. More to come... rolls eyes :tongue (2): I swear this site made me love my fx again!
     
  5. Logan

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    ^ Springs will not effect your traction in the white stuff. You will be lower by approx. 1.5 " front and back and your underbelly MAY come in contact with a bit more snow (like any car), but it's really not that low......W/regards to your ride quality it will be better than OE (with the H&R's) plus the lower center of gravity and spring rate with give you better sport. Its a win/win.
     
  6. Tdizzle224

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    Looks nice