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Heja Sverige
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I left the interior panels and the carpets in, because they don't weigh that much and they're a pain to get out. Also, I need my radio/speakers because I'm driving to San Francisco tonight. The car doesn't feel that much different, although the throttle is alot more responsive. I'd say I got maybe 200 lbs out of it, that puts it at a dry weight of around 2,100. My goal for this trip is 45 mpg.

Edit: OMG not wearing a shirt :eek: It's 100 degrees here today. :(
 

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So you did this so you can get more MPG? Pretty cool.
 

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but wouldn't that make your car very noisy, because there will be little sound dampers,
 

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im sorry man (and i could be wrong here) but i dont think you got 200lbs outa there (im guessing somethere below 100lbs).
 

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Heja Sverige
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Aaagogo said:
but wouldn't that make your car very noisy, because there will be little sound dampers,
It's loud as hell and I can see the ground through the mounting holes for the passenger seat. :lol:
 

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I stripped my car last eyar, and noticed the car was a tad quicker, not much, but it kinda happened because I had to fix the passenger seatbelt, and ended up keeping it all out for about a month. But I guess with an ST you need all the weight/pwer ratio you can get.:lol:
 
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