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The SVT has hit 15k miles so I had a few inspections done. I had an oil analysis done by Blackstone Labs and they said my wear levels were "perfect". So, the engine is just fine. The full inspection from the dealer came back clean except that my rear brake pads are moderately worn. After 15k miles and 16 months, it is probably time to bleed the brakes as well. I haven't had much trouble changing the oil, changing the cabin air filter, installing horns and flashing the ECU, but I'm not so sure I want to mess with the brakes! If I mess up the ECU, it just won't start or will run a bit rough. If I mess up the brakes, I could fold the car around a pole or rumble down the hills leading from the townhome. Anyway, here are some of the parts I'm thinking about: