Originally Posted by Joyride
Will I need relocation brackets for anything? Thanks for the tips!
If you lower the car, I would say a resounding... YES! When you get on it, there is serious traction loss due to change in suspension geometry/weight transfer. Get those rear lower control arms back to near parallel to the ground. Peeling out without any eventual bite sucks big time.
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