Trying to find a site that I found on here (I think?)

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  1. Vysse

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    I found a site with a list of mods this guy did to his Prius with pictures and stuff. Anybody know what I am talking about and can link me? I wanted to use it to come up with fun things to do to my new Prius.


    Edit: Found it. Here is the link for anyone who's curious.

    Prius Mods
     
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    could be justdidit. he's done some of the best mods I've seen anywhere.
     
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    No there was a full on blog/site with these mods and they were mostly functional rather then aesthetic.
     
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    most of his mods are functional-- suspension mods, custom exhaust, and I believe a stereo upgrade
     
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    I didn't look at the entire thread only the beginning and it was all aesthetics.
     
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    well you got to start somewhere. best mods if your into better handling are replacement sway bars. progress rear corolla bar from TH motorsports, and the factory corolla/matrix front bar. rear bar is a 10 minute upgrade, front is harder but worth it. tremendous difference, especially if you go with some good handling tires. 205/60r15's work great on the factory wheels.

    most of the mods on the link you provided are aesthetics, or cargo related, which is great if you have a lot of gear to move. but since the car's handling sucks as delivered from Toyota, suspension mods are high priority to me.
     
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    Ya there are quite a few aesthetics in there but a lot of functional mods too.
     
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