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Old 11-17-2013, 01:34 AM   #1
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This has probably been beat to death.. I have stock suspension and want to look into a simple nice setup. Not looking to take corners at 200mph+. Just want a good "street/strip" application for hooking. Wanting a simple nice setup.

What are the best rear lower and upper control arms? wanting a good setup on the front and back without going all out and wasting money. Like i said, handling is not what I'm after at all. So what would i need for the front to help it hook in the back? What would i need for the back? And as always please and thank you!

PS: i have slicks, tires aren't the issue
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like i said, not looking for handling.. just some struts and springs bub. I've already called about that kit and its for handling. via the name handling package. looking for a track package. lowering the car doesnt mean better launches and hooking, just means its lower and can handle curves..
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Bmr lowers and upper. Stiffer rear springs, front sway bar and radiator support delete. The delete will take 60# off the front-end if I remember right. Relocating the battery to the trunk will help also.
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Bmr rear Lca's, qa1 rear adjustable shocks, sway bar delete. & some rear re-location brackets. & the bmr radiator support can save some weight
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wow guys thanks. thats the answers i was looking for!
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like i said, not looking for handling.. just some struts and springs bub. I've already called about that kit and its for handling. via the name handling package. looking for a track package. lowering the car doesnt mean better launches and hooking, just means its lower and can handle curves..
Well you do realize that a road course is called a track as well right... However mentioning you have slicks does imply that you're going to the drag strip
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Some drag coilovers will do good. UPR has a decent set and are pretty cheap.
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