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Thats maybe 3 grams of metal you removed lol.

Since you're opting to save weight on this small of a scale, you could also do any of the following and save even more weight, gaining significantly better power to weight ratio than what you just drilled out in metal shavings:
  • Choose to not eat corn with your next meal before going for a drive, to save on dead weight ending up in your turds
  • Remove your headlamp bulbs during your daytime commute, leaving them at home
  • Dont top up the washer fluid reservoir to full
  • Take out 1/16 of a single floor mat
  • Empty your glovebox before commuting
  • Wear flip flops instead of full shoes
  • Switch from boxers/briefs to thongs
  • Blow your nose before driving
  • Choose not to take a bottle of water with you in the car
  • Put back the pack of Skittles you grabbed from the candy aisle while at the grocery store, so it doesnt end up in a grocery bag in the trunk
  • Fill the fuel tank up with $25, instead of $25.25
  • Check your oil level 63 times, wiping the streak of dipstick oil on a rag as you do, in order to remove 0.1 quart of oil from the sump
  • Rebuild the transmission and wipe the metal shavings off of the sump magnet

I could go on.... ;) that was a fun thought exercise
 

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Now that you've stiffened the RTAs with the honed backing plates, just go all the way! No need for poly lol.


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Aside from the lower control arm bushings, everything in the rear of my hatch is PCI spherical now, they're amazing.
 
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