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Old 10-07-2012, 11:37 PM   #1
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Stallion Suspension LCAs

So I wanted to know if anyone has tried Stallion Suspension for LCAs?
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I was thinking this was my next upgrade and haven't heard a lot about them. Any suggestions?
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I jut pulled the trigger on some UPR lca's and uca with mount, I know that UPR and BMR have some pretty good shizz

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The BMR ones are usually a little cheaper through AM then also add forum discount
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I jut pulled the trigger on some UPR lca's and uca with mount, I know that UPR and BMR have some pretty good shizz

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The BMR ones are usually a little cheaper through AM then also add forum discount
I'm wondering if I should do the same... I have the BMR panhard, I'm just wondering if ill notice the difference with the infamous "wheel hop" the ppl talk about which I've yet to notice... Being a street car u think its worth it?
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Being lowered, my pinion angle is off so at the very least itll help me with traction. It is suppose to make all the difference in the world if you replace the uca and mount
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I'm wondering if I should do the same... I have the BMR panhard, I'm just wondering if ill notice the difference with the infamous "wheel hop" the ppl talk about which I've yet to notice... Being a street car u think its worth it?
I haven't noticed significant wheel hop on mine either, but I'm going to be doing some more 1/4 mile racing next year with drag radials and I thought this would be an inexpensive proactive upgrade. I don't plan on lowering so ill stick with the factory panhard for now... Maybe front and rear sway bars eventually too. On the Stallion Suspension LCAs I like the E-brake clip they designed into it, haven't seen it anywhere else, (am I wrong)?
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I haven't noticed significant wheel hop on mine either, but I'm going to be doing some more 1/4 mile racing next year with drag radials and I thought this would be an inexpensive proactive upgrade. I don't plan on lowering so ill stick with the factory panhard for now... Maybe front and rear sway bars eventually too. On the Stallion Suspension LCAs I like the E-brake clip they designed into it, haven't seen it anywhere else, (am I wrong)?
I have the steeda upper and lower control arms and they don't have the e-brake clip designed into them. Would be nice. Basically you just zip-tie the e-brake back to the lca. Similar to the stock ones.
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I have Stallion LCA's and Panhard back, QUALITY stuff, I highly recommend. Plus they have the best customer service at great prices and everything is made in the USA......
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I have Stallion LCA's and Panhard back, QUALITY stuff, I highly recommend. Plus they have the best customer service at great prices and everything is made in the USA......
Thanks for the feedback, I had already mentally decided, just needed someone who had a personal experience.
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