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Old 12-02-2012, 03:12 PM   #1
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Sway bar relocation??

What is the down side to a sway bar relocation kit to fit Wide DR? I also track the car on a road course.
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What is the down side to a sway bar relocation kit to fit Wide DR? I also track the car on a road course.
Good question. I have been thinking the same. I just can't justify cutting on my car lol.
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Old 12-02-2012, 10:36 PM   #3
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Unless you are pushing some crazy HP I would suggest going with a 15x8. That's what I am probably going to do. Or even go with a 17" rim.
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McQueen I would just stick to the 15x8's you really need to be pushing a lot of power to need 10 inch wide slicks on your car
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McQueen I would just stick to the 15x8's you really need to be pushing a lot of power to need 10 inch wide slicks on your car
Yup thats what my uncle is giving me, he said 10 is for way more power
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What if a guy already has 10s . I know the instructions show a very minimal cut. But what will it affect?
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I cannot say for sure but from what I know about it I would say that it has little to no affect on anything really.
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On my setup it forced me to use billet LCA's.
If your car is lowered is may affect other things also.
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Within a year or so i am planing on FI my car so it is better to just buy 10 in and then i wouldnt need to upgrade.

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On my setup it forced me to use billet LCA's.
If your car is lowered is may affect other things also.
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Damn it is getting more complicated.
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Within a year or so i am planing on FI my car so it is better to just buy 10 in and then i wouldnt need to upgrade.

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Damn it is getting more complicated.
Lol I knew it would.
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On my setup it forced me to use billet LCA's.
If your car is lowered is may affect other things also.
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Why was that.
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Why was that.
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The LCA's I had interfered with the relocation bracket. The Rousch billet LCA's closely resemble the stock LCA's & fit with the bracket.
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