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Old 11-19-2013, 12:08 PM   #1
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Best suspension/handling mods

Have a black 08 GT and looking to do some upgrades to my handeling and suspension. Looking for the best outcome for the cheapest possible.
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Old 11-19-2013, 02:09 PM   #2
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Coilovers,Megan racing makes some for 800-900 or lowering springs and shocks/struts if you want to spend less, steeda ball joint and bumpsteer kit, sway bars, strut tower braces. Control arms.
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Coilovers,Megan racing makes some for 800-900 or lowering springs and shocks/struts if you want to spend less, steeda ball joint and bumpsteer kit, sway bars, strut tower braces. Control arms.
Thanks man. Looking to stay more around 3-4 hundo

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Subframes, control arms, lowering springs/coilovers are the best imo
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Coilovers,Megan racing makes some for 800-900 or lowering springs and shocks/struts if you want to spend less, steeda ball joint and bumpsteer kit, sway bars, strut tower braces. Control arms.
Sweet. I'm looking to spend more around 3-4 hundred though
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Have to pick and choose then
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Have to pick and choose then
for sure. Sorry that posted twice haha
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Old 11-19-2013, 09:24 PM   #8
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Lower control arms are a cheap and easy mod. Makes a huge difference in launch almost eliminates wheel hop. Easy to do with jacks stands at home.
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Looking into LCAs and UCA what's some good brands?
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Looking into LCAs and UCA what's some good brands?
I put in Steeda and really like them. There are a several good ones. If you're going to lower it later, you may consider adjustable LCAs and avoid putting in relocation brackets later.
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I put in Steeda and really like them. There are a several good ones. If you're going to lower it later, you may consider adjustable LCAs and avoid putting in relocation brackets later.
http://www.americanmuscle.com/scottd...0513-race.html
So would you go with these??
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Those look good and adjustable. Not sure why they say intended for track and racing. They should be fine.
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Actually looks to have pretty minimum bushing and may give a pretty harsh ride on crappy city streets or even tear up the LCAs. Might double check with AM.
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