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Old 07-12-2015, 09:42 PM   #1
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Good Suspension options?

Hey guys.
Im looking into changing my stock suspension in anyway. What are some good options that you guys have done without breaking the bank too much.
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Daily driver or will you be tracking the car?
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Old 07-12-2015, 10:37 PM   #4
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Know right away that the more you change, the more you give up the plush quiet ride. All i did was add BMR rear lower control arms and gained some noticeable road noise.
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I did whiteline uppers and lowers and I couldn't be happier. Wheel hop is gone and just added a little more harshness. The lowers weren't too hard to install but the upper is a pain in the @ss just little to no room up there.
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I'm kind of interested in this too. I want to do some work for a DD but if all the parts I'm looking at will create a bunch of road noise I might not do it.
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I went with all whiteline products (except watts link) and BMR phb and brace. I love that 27 mm rear sway bar. Biggest on market I think. Twice as big as my stock one. Anyways high quality stuff and adjustable. Love my koni strt shocks and struts too together with steeda lowering springs. Major drop
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I had good luck beating wheel hop with Ford racing lower control arms with no added harshness or noise. They are standard on GT500's so they are plenty for our Cyclones.

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