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Working on your Internals First

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Hi Guys,

I'm considering S/C my 05 S'tivo, but instead of just slapping one on, i'd like to work on the internals first, and save my pocket (hopefully) in the future from bits breaking under the pressure from a S/C and high revving.

Also, say if I leave is N/A, would the parts needed differ, or less of a quality part do?

Also, any links would be very much appreciate!

I know things like Brakes, suspension, are a must, and also a High Performance Clutch/Flywheel wouldn't go astray, but what about engine components? I'm not a mechanic so I don't know all the parts to an engine.

What do you think?


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