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Has anyone done any modifications to their ghibli? Suspension, breakes, exhaust, or tune.
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Yes, there are some threads on them. Some forum members have Sprint Booster, DBW, tune, suspension, sport muffler, etc.
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I read something about that there is a fuse you can pull that will keep the exhaust flaps open all the time. Anyone do this or have info?
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Larini and Novitec are well respected sports car tuners and have some visual and exhaust mods available for the Ghibli
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I read something about that there is a fuse you can pull that will keep the exhaust flaps open all the time. Anyone do this or have info?
Just pull the little green hoses off and cap the metal lines with vacuum caps. 2 minute job, a lot of pulling and twisting though.
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Larini and Novitec are well respected sports car tuners and have some visual and exhaust mods available for the Ghibli
Cool ! i knew about Novitec but not about Larini..
Exhaust flap open all the time would drive my wife crazy..ahaha!
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Cool ! i knew about Novitec but not about Larini..
Exhaust flap open all the time would drive my wife crazy..ahaha!
That's why I did just one. I still get more noise in sport, but I can now drive in normal or ICE with a little more punch.
TBH, pulling both hoses and driving on the freeway gives me a headache.
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Just pull the little green hoses off and cap the metal lines with vacuum caps. 2 minute job, a lot of pulling and twisting though.
could you elaborate a little bit more? How do you do that?

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What's dbw?

I knew about larini and novitech, but what I was looking for is people's experience with mods. I would like to know if it's worth messing with suspension, tune, or other mods. Also, by installing mods, what kind of impact will it have on warranty?

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