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Old 04-04-2015, 05:54 PM   #1
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I've got a 96 Gt with 3.73 gears, under drive pullies, off road h and Bama tune. I'm having trouble keeping the wheels from spinning in first and second gear. Suspension is stock. I'm planning on getting H&R super sport lowering springs and MM cc plates. Any tips on what else could help?


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Sub frame connectors and lower control arms, sticky tires will help greatly

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LCA for forward and rear? Also do you guys recommend putting isolators on the springs when lowering?


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The stock isolators are going to be shot from age so new isolators is a good idea. Some ppl don't run them though. You are spinning because you have 3.73 gears and stock tires/suspension. Lower control arms out back, lower the car, good set of springs/shocks/struts, CC plates, subframes and a good set of wheels and tires and you should be in business.
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Well I have somewhat of a hard and squeaky ride. I replaced the shocks and it helped but I'm thinking isolators will help too.


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But since I wanna lower the car not sure if isolators will make the drop less.


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