I just wanted to post this so people can reference why they need relocation brackets, and preferably new LCA. I just installed BMR LCA and Relocation brackets on my car that has a 1.7" drop in the front and a 2.4" drop in the rear. I took the photos with the axle supporting the car on jack stands so you can see the angle of the LCA. The stock one is the stamped steel garbage and the BMR are of course the boxed poly bushings LCA.
You can clearly see the angle of the stock LCA is angled from the axle downward by a lot towards the frame of the car while the BMR with the relocation bracket installed is angled slightly upwards towards the car. Now to be far they would have sat closer to level with a very slight down angle had I chosen the middle slot on the relocation brackets so in my case I chose the bottom slot. I take this to be because I did such a drastic drop.
Car drives like a dream, launches hard now and I barely get wheel hop. I expect wheel hop to be completely eliminated once I get around to getting the UCA and bracket. Although it might go away with the new rims and tires I have coming in on monday.
Also, here is my warrior wound from installing the LCA and relo brackets. Don't ask how I got it, too ashamed too say. Hurts like a B8%&$ tho.