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Old 03-01-2015, 10:28 AM   #1
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I'm looking at your Steeda sport springs for the 11-14 V6 and Steeda HD mounts for (11-14). I had one question regarding the HD mounts that I wrote in another thread.
"Does anyone have experience with the Steeda heavy duty strut mounts for 11 to 14 cars? I've decided to run Steeda sports (linear) with my Koni yellows and I like the fact that they claim no increased NVH. My only concern is they have no caster adjustment (according to Steeda we already have 7.5 which is a lot) and only 1° of camber. Is that 1° enough to get me well within spec instead of at the "edge" of spec? If not I'll get the MM plates, but I hate how you have to use the bottom part of the factory strut mount."

Also, is it true that the Koni yellows mount .25 inches lower than the factory strut? I'm torn between the Sports and Ultralights. I am worried the sports may be to harsh for the Connecticut to Maine trips I do, but the Ultralights might sacrifice performance being a progressive spring.
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I'm looking at your Steeda sport springs for the 11-14 V6 and Steeda HD mounts for (11-14). I had one question regarding the HD mounts that I wrote in another thread.
"Does anyone have experience with the Steeda heavy duty strut mounts for 11 to 14 cars? I've decided to run Steeda sports (linear) with my Koni yellows and I like the fact that they claim no increased NVH. My only concern is they have no caster adjustment (according to Steeda we already have 7.5 which is a lot) and only 1° of camber. Is that 1° enough to get me well within spec instead of at the "edge" of spec? If not I'll get the MM plates, but I hate how you have to use the bottom part of the factory strut mount."
Steeda also makes competition strut mounts which offer over 2 degrees of camber AND some caster adjustment. These use a more traditional spherical bearing like the MM or the Vorshlag plates. I personally have the competition plates, as I wanted more camber adjustment. Haven't installed them, but I can say they are beautiful pieces. I purchased additional factory strut mounts to so I didn't need to reuse my original mounts (which would have required taking apart the factory struts).

I also have some Koni Yellows and sport springs sitting in boxes nearby. Sounds like we are going to have a very similar suspension setup.
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Steeda also makes competition strut mounts which offer over 2 degrees of camber AND some caster adjustment. These use a more traditional spherical bearing like the MM or the Vorshlag plates. I personally have the competition plates, as I wanted more camber adjustment. Haven't installed them, but I can say they are beautiful pieces. I purchased additional factory strut mounts to so I didn't need to reuse my original mounts (which would have required taking apart the factory struts).

I also have some Koni Yellows and sport springs sitting in boxes nearby. Sounds like we are going to have a very similar suspension setup.
How much of an increase do you feel as far as NVH? From Steeda themselves: "Because of noise and impact harshness concerns this part is not recommended for street use." If I went that route though, I would probably just go with the MM plates. The benefit of the HD mounts is they use a Steeda design which is more robust.
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