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  1. Are there any recommended technical manuals one can purchase that show how to make these typeof changes to the alignment and sway bar? Thanks in advance...
  2. Excellent - thanks. I'm taking the car up to an event in Hastings this weekend and then will dump the oil upon return to Denver. That will ensure everything is up to par...
  3. Normal operating - around 3500 rpm.
  4. Just purchased a 2004 GT3, 8700 miles (everything everyone says is true...). My wife thinks I'm having an affair with it... she may be right. Anyway, I've noticed the Oil Pressure gauge consistently reads between 4 and 5. I would have thought it would typically read around 3 - 3.5 after being warmed up. It was Certified, etc. so I would expect everything is normal - but is there an optimal reading here? If this is abnormally high - what should I look for?
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