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Old 10-15-2018, 04:41 PM   #1
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1999 SW1
Default Successfully lifted Saturn Sw1

I successfully lifted my old rust bucket sitting on some Presa A/ts. Running on Bassett rims 3 inch backspace, custom spacers between the body and struts and on 205/75 r15 tires.

Other mods are full catback with Obx headers and some Magnaflow muffler. I rigged an oil catch can for that extra response in the throttle.

I didn't know where else to put this thread.

This has been a long running project of mine for a few years now. Kind of a bet to see if I could do it.

1999 Saturn Sw1 3" lifted 170,000 miles - Gambler Project Car


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