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Old 04-30-10, 02:11 PM
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ON Building an RX7 Vielside

I'm trying to build a RX7 Veilside in Toronto and I need tips.

Contrary to everyone else, I'm not too keen on making the ride stiff or for performance.

I'm more into comfort and looks.

#1. Comfort
#2. Vielside Kit

Wanted to see if anyone here could provide some tips on where to start, cost and so on ...
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Old 04-30-10, 04:27 PM
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The kit is $11,000 retail. I believe there are a FEW Fortune RX7 owners here who could probably help you with pointers.
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Old 05-01-10, 12:01 AM
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Contrary to everyone else, I'm not too keen on making the ride stiff or for performance.

I'm more into comfort and looks.

#1. Comfort
Here is the link to the suspension side of the forum followed up with other links that will help you find the comfort that your looking for.

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Where are you at as of now with your build? do you have a US or JDM platform? Have you purchased or sourced where you are getting the body kit? Do you have a shop lined up for install?

Let me know where your at, and I'll help you figure out what to do.
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Good luck with that man! Im in brampton and wanna do the same thing but i kinda need to buy the rx7 1st lol

Adjustible carreras seem to be where its at ajustible wise if your looking for comfy racing seats

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The most comfy suspension is the stock one.
Racing seats are not comfy at all.
Good luck with your build.
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Racing seats are not comfy at all.
neither are the stock ones. talk about kidney pain after a 3 hr drive!
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forget the comfort, get the vielside though with some baller wheels
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