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Old 01-17-2014, 11:05 AM   #1
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Anybody have the steeda bumpsteer kit??if so, how do you like it and what are the advantages and disadvantages to having it??
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While I do not have the steeds bumpsteer kit I am looking into buying it soon when I go to a tubular suspension up front, so I would like some input in this subject, also I have never really heard anything bad about steeds products. Not that it really matters for today but the owner of steeds did a lot of work on my fathers mustang back in the 80s and was great craftsmanship. Hopefully someone will chime in
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Old 01-19-2014, 08:10 PM   #4
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I can offer you the reviews from the website, as there are little reviews from your post:

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Amazing!! If you've lived in Oklahoma, you would know what Im talking about. I installed Ford "C" springs, my car was all over the place. Did the offset poly-steering rack bushing but to no avail. This kit certainly fixed the problem....especially if you've installed c/c plates for autocross.
I recommend that if you do any kind of lowering, you get these bad boys first.-Dennis
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This kit is awesome! I drive a 2003 GT with Eibach lowering springs, struts, and sway bars. After a few years the alignment gets off kilter, and adjustable camber plates are recommended to correct it. I had the STEEDA cast & camber plates (the better ones), ball joints and the bump steer kits installed at the same time. And with a proper street setup alignment, I noticed the drivability right away.
The car handles much better. I notice that it is easier to turn the steering wheel as if I'm driving a luxury car. The wheel does not want to get away from my hands anymore while driving over bumps or into a driveway. I have not tested the limits yet on a curvy country road but I know I will have lots of fun! Thank you STEEDA for designing these parts and recommending all three together.
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A combination of the bump steer kit, X5 ball joints, steeda competition spring seats, steeda extreme springs and ford racing shocks, I was able to aquire complete control of the vehicle. The car goes where I want it to, not where the bumps send me. There is virtually no play in the steering wheel. I love this setup. Only draw back was it was a very slight challange to get the rod end onto the stud on the spindle. When getting these aligned make sure you take them to a shop that knows how to set the spacers.
Please email me at tim@steeda.com and I can help answer any questions that you may have ... or any concerns?

I look forward to working with you and answering your questions.

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