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Old 06-25-2013, 10:00 PM   #1
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A suspension update is in the near future plans for me. Do any of you have experience with both an adjustable panhard bar and the two-piece rig the mounts to the back of the diff? Is the two-piecer better or does it just look cooler?
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A suspension update is in the near future plans for me. Do any of you have experience with both an adjustable panhard bar and the two-piece rig the mounts to the back of the diff? Is the two-piecer better or does it just look cooler?
Are you talking about the watts link?
http://www.americanmuscle.com/whitel...link-0510.html
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A watts link is a definite improvement over the panhard bar setup these cars come with - especially if you're into more than just taking the car to the drag strip. I just discovered the watts link setup this morning and have been doing lots of googling on it. When I get around to doing the suspension on my car it is a definite for me.
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I have a watts link on our 13 Boss, its a huge improvement of the phb system however, if you don't road course or auto X you may be wasting your money. The duty behind a watts link to mimic the characteristics of an independent rear suspension when going around turns, bumps or any other uneven road but still have the stability of a live axle on take off. Its a great upgrade and you'll notice the difference regardless of how you drive your car but its a bit expensive.
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