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Old 04-16-2013, 02:10 PM   #1
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Next mod, LCAs or MGW shifter?

Hi guys,
Need mod advice

My car is my DD, and strictly street use. It already has springs, koni struts, bmr phb. I get a little wheelspin but I am not driving it hard everywhere I go. The shifter is definately crunchy from 1-2-3, kinda anticlimatic. I will eventually will do both, but as of now which mod should I do first.

Next question. If i am strictly street, do i also need to do UCAs? Unless its absolutely necessary id prefer to do just lcas and a relo bracket. Keep in mind i do not track my car, or drag it.
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Hi guys,
Need mod advice

My car is my DD, and strictly street use. It already has springs, koni struts, bmr phb. I get a little wheelspin but I am not driving it hard everywhere I go. The shifter is definately crunchy from 1-2-3, kinda anticlimatic. I will eventually will do both, but as of now which mod should I do first.

Next question. If i am strictly street, do i also need to do UCAs? Unless its absolutely necessary id prefer to do just lcas and a relo bracket. Keep in mind i do not track my car, or drag it.
I did the Steeda chromoly LCAs. Big improvement in traction. I also did the Steeda shifter bracket that cleaned up the stock shifting a lot. I'm not sure if you need UCAs since you are lowered? on springs. I'm sure someone will chime in soon. Good luck!
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I would look into replacing the uca and mount. Being lowered changes your driveshaft pinion angle and the adjustable uca will allow you to correct this. It will also get rid of some of the "mushiness" that the stock rubber bushing has for more instantaneous power transfer, and finally it will rid you of wheel hop. All three of these factors do affect daily driving
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