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Old 02-11-2009, 11:10 AM   #6
Subie_Sleeper68
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Member#: 166403
Join Date: Dec 2007
Chapter/Region: Tri-State
Location: Center Valley Pa.
Vehicle:
2006 Baja Turbo
Silver 340 AWHP 365 AWTQ

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I work at Becker in Allentown Pa. It's where I bought it. I became a salesperson a year and a half later and wanted to work here. Customer service for regular folks is great here. The policy on modded cars is strict. They push stuff through for customers because they might get a bad survey that affects the dealer. They know that as an employee I wouldn't DARE send in a bad survey. The offset is fine. My torque to the wheels is well over 300. I will have exact #s and a dyno sheet after the 20th. The tech in the shop said that both front shafts have slop in them. Not a lot but enough to feel under acceleration in a turn. His theory is that the open front diff lets the insde wheel light up when I pull out of a turn. Then the shock of getting grip when the car gets straight again is doing BAD things. If the cv joints are just worn they'll cover both axels. If there is any sign of TWISTING in the axle (80% chance by the techs guess) I'm out a ****load of money. I'm taking the Baja to another dealer on Tuesday. My friends wife is a service writer there. She already told me that the'll cover it one way or the other. If they are twisted it's a one time only "amnesty" kind of deal. So I'm covered once no matter what. THe funny thing is that I get my Forge Performance wastegate actuator and Prodrive boost control solenoid put on and re-tune on the 20th. more boost = more broken parts. I LOVE irony. 20-21 pounds here I come MUAHAHAHAH!!
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