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Old 10-17-2020, 07:58 PM   #2
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Join Date: Jul 2014
Chapter/Region: AKIC
Location: Split time between SLC and Lak
2005 92x Aero


I have worked in shops and have sold every rack you can think of. I recommend Thule. They have always been good to the retail shops and the customers equally. They fit great and I know people with racks that are 20+ years old.

As for mods, those really depend on what your overall goals are. Once you have taken care of all the routine maintenance and replacing things like vacuum lines, turbo inlet, etc, that get brittle with age, start looking at suspension, bushings, brake pads and quality fluid. These items will make the car more fun driving daily.

For power mods, make sure you get a compression and leak down test to make sure the engine is healthy. Some will say this is overkill, but talk to a local tuner and ask what they would charge for a few pills on the dyno so you can set a baseline and have the tuner look for specific that may need to be addressed before you start adding power.
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