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Old 05-10-2015, 10:06 PM   #36
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This is how my car looks with the SR springs. (Ignore that terminator in the back lol)

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Looks Nice
What size wheels??
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I just did upper and lowers this last week and buddy you will love your car so much more. Wheel hop/traction problems are no where to be seen now!


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Nice. I can't wait. Did you set your pinion angle yourself?


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Umm the sr does look good. I can't tell the back is higher either. Btw how is the ride quality?
Does it stiffen the ride?
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Nice. I can't wait. Did you set your pinion angle yourself?


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I'm running the amr 19in rims with the staggered setup. As for pinion angle I just took it to the ford dealer and they dealt with all that. But as of now I can hear my 3.73 gears more now because of the changing of the control arms


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Umm the sr does look good. I can't tell the back is higher either. Btw how is the ride quality?
Does it stiffen the ride?

My ride quality feels exactly like stock but I really don't pay attention to that when I'm driving. Your ride quality shouldn't be too affected a lot of people run these springs and usually have no ride problems or more so any problems with them


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I'm running the amr 19in rims with the staggered setup. As for pinion angle I just took it to the ford dealer and they dealt with all that. But as of now I can hear my 3.73 gears more now because of the changing of the control arms


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What do you mean, you hear the gears more??
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What do you mean, you hear the gears more??

If you have swapped your gears you will hear some gear whine that may have not been there before


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If you have swapped your gears you will hear some gear whine that may have not been there before


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I have.

But why would lowering it make the noise more noticeable?
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I have.

But why would lowering it make the noise more noticeable?
He said changing the control arms increased noise. Not by lowering.
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But still, whyyyy?
Im doing it either way, just curious.
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But still, whyyyy?
Im doing it either way, just curious.

By changing the UCA and/or LCA you are changing the flimsy stock piece with one that is a lot more sturdy which also has different bushings. Most are polyurethane bushings which is harder than the stock rubber bushing. Majority of the increased noise is due to the harder polyurethane bushing not absorbing the vibrations like the softer rubber bushings did. Hence, increased NVH (noise, vibration, harshness)


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By changing the UCA and/or LCA you are changing the flimsy stock piece with one that is a lot more sturdy which also has different bushings. Most are polyurethane bushings which is harder than the stock rubber bushing. Majority of the increased noise is due to the harder polyurethane bushing not absorbing the vibrations like the softer rubber bushings did. Hence, increased NVH (noise, vibration, harshness)


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This is perfectly on point what I was trying to say. Some people have more NVH than others. The stock bushings are soft so they do not transmit the sound into the cabin. Reason why when people change them they complain about the noise but they do not understand this is normal and you can not get rid of it unless you go back to the stock set up. Also if your lowered I'd adjust the pinion angle.


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I'm running the amr 19in rims with the staggered setup. As for pinion angle I just took it to the ford dealer and they dealt with all that. But as of now I can hear my 3.73 gears more now because of the changing of the control arms


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Sounds like the pinion angle wasn't set then.
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Sounds like the pinion angle wasn't set then.

Yeah it was set I double checked it. I'm not the only one with gear whine with changing of the upper control arm. You can only hear it if you try to hear it tho which is a good thing


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