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Old 01-30-2013, 07:48 PM   #1
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Best roll control for a 2011 gt mt ?

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All joking aside. What's your goals? Street or Road course handling? With a couple of Bolton parts you can make a huge difference or you could go all out and scrap every factory suspension part and she will handle like she's on rails. The only downside to going all out is your streetability will suffer and you'll have quite a stiff and harsh ride. Good luck.
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Look at Steeda's X11 balljoints (especially if youre lowered, which will also help), Eibach's anti-roll rear swaybar as well as subframe connectors.
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I think he's talking about line lock aka roll controll.

We may never know at this rate.
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I think he's talking about line lock aka roll controll.

We may never know at this rate.
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I think he's talking about line lock aka roll controll.

We may never know at this rate.
Yeah, youre right. Thought roll control sounded a little funny. I dont drag and line lock is down my mod list a bit so wasnt thinking of that.
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JPC makes a nice " race " line lock, if that's what you're looking for.
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So how does it work exactly? Press brake, turn lock on and go when ready? I saw speeddawg has shifter knobs w/ switches but was thinking if I get that, I guess Id want an on/off too in case I accidentally hit it. Emblem Pros has a nice switch panel I could wire it to.
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So how does it work exactly? Press brake, turn lock on and go when ready? I saw speeddawg has shifter knobs w/ switches but was thinking if I get that, I guess Id want an on/off too in case I accidentally hit it. Emblem Pros has a nice switch panel I could wire it to.
my understanding with how they work is flipping the switch/button kicks it from just doing front brakes to all brakes. So if you only want to engage the front brakes you flip the switch and done, the back wheels will spin free but the front will hold you in place.

Thought it would be kind of neat, but far far down on my list of mods to do.
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Yes I was talking about line lock sorry I work at night and did not look until now thanks
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My bad.
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JPC makes a nice " race " line lock, if that's what you're looking for.
Did you put the jpc one on your car or have it installed ?
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Did you put the jpc one on your car or have it installed ?
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The car was @ the tuner for several items, they did the install.
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The car was @ the tuner for several items, they did the install.
So splain to me! Do you have an on/off toggle and a button/switch to engage or just one? Once on, just hit the gas to release?
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Mine is wired to a momentary switch. I press the brakes, push the button and hold, release the brakes. As long as I 'm holding the button the front brakes are engaged.

My switch is on a 2 ft cord and plugs into my acc port right by the shifter. That way I don't have extra stuff in the car unless I need it.
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Mine is wired to a momentary switch. I press the brakes, push the button and hold, release the brakes. As long as I 'm holding the button the front brakes are engaged.

My switch is on a 2 ft cord and plugs into my acc port right by the shifter. That way I don't have extra stuff in the car unless I need it.
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