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Old 05-23-2013, 04:19 PM   #1
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LCA'S will this cause an issue?

So just put in my new LCA'S and they are a tad higher on the axle.... Not by a lot but I was told they should be level. Only driven her a little bit to test that everything was tight. Do I née to get relo's or will this be ok
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Need? No. But the should be either level or lower on the axle side. It's going to cause traction issues.
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Only if the car is lowered if not no!
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The car is only an inch lower (which is why I didn't order relo's) but she does seem to spin easy no hop but spin yes
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The car is only an inch lower (which is why I didn't order relo's) but she does seem to spin easy no hop but spin yes
Yeah you need relo brackets. Your LCA are pushing your axle up into the car instead of down into the pavement. A 1" drop is enough to completely throw the geometry of the car off.
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Old 05-23-2013, 04:57 PM   #6
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Ok thanks nosy... Your alway right to the point
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Ok thanks nosy... Your alway right to the point
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I believe bmr as relocation brackets with 3 settings the the top setting is for stock, the middle setting is where you want to be. And the lower setting is for extreme lowering kits.
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I recently lowered my stang with Steeda Sports springs (1.25" drop in the rear), and FRPP LCA relocation brackets using the top hole was perfect.



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I recently lowered my stang with Steeda Sports springs (1.25" drop in the rear), and FRPP LCA relocation brackets using the top hole was perfect.



Not to hijack the thread, but how do you like the Steeda 1.25" drop? How's the ride quality?
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Not to hijack the thread, but how do you like the Steeda 1.25" drop? How's the ride quality?
Sorry OP. My recent suspension mods included: Koni Yellows(adjustable), Steeda Sport Springs, Steeda Heavy Duty Upper Strut Mounts, Steeda adjustable UCA & Mount, BBR Billet LCAs, FRPP LCA Relocation Brackets,J&M Adjustable Panhard Bar and Steeda Adjustable 1¼” Tubular Rear Swaybar.

The improved handling and stance are amazing! The new UCA & mount, LCAs and LCA relocation brackets really plant the rear wheels to the ground during launches, with very little wheel spin, and no squatting or wheel-hop. Everything is tight and very little increase in NVH, if any.

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Old 05-24-2013, 10:14 PM   #13
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No problem here guys my questions have been answered so go nuts! Sweet setup soflaboss your stance is almost identical to mine so seeing your positioning gives me more info then writing alone.
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Old 06-07-2013, 09:05 PM   #14
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I received my whiteline relo's the other day. Perfect fit they are not just a touch down from level. Had to purchase a panhard bar now that everything is in place.... Except my rear end of course
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