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3127lbs with me in it last time I was weighed with full interior. Eventually I'm gonna throw some aluminum heads and an aluminum driveshaft on and delete all my heater equipment to try and drop that down some though. I'd like the car to be sub-3000 with a full interior and me in it.
Yeah good point..that is a lot of weight.
I need to get on a scale...I think I have to be in 339x range now.
I unbolted the passenger seat the other day just to see how heavy it was. It was maybe 20lbs tops. Then I moved to the rear and unbolted the folding back, it was twice as light at 10 lbs or so. The rear seat bottoms are literally 1-2 lbs each. Point being, I don't see where you and I can really ditch much weight without destroying the interior. The front sway is a good one at 18-20lbs, along with the spare, aluminum DS in place of the steel one, washer fluid, 1/4 tank of gas, other than that, idk
You fox body guys have a huge advantage in that department....along with a cheap aftermarket....and an engine that loves any mod you throw at it.
2001 Z28 1LC
2100 Stall, built Auto, 2.73 gear
Full exhaust, intake, Tuned
SubFrames, LCAs, Torque Arm, STB
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