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Old 09-25-2013, 12:16 AM   #1
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Suspension upgrades

I was looking to give my 2013 GT a more aggressive look with a suspension mod , what springs do you guys recommend and what else should I replace with the springs , like sway bars , shocks or struts....it's a daily driver with a couple bolt ons, not a track car ......thanks in advance...
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I've been waiting for someone to ask this question because I don't want to get yelled at for asking
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Lol. Depends in the drop you want. I went with eibach sports but there is also eibach (something else). Both are good but the drop is different. If your doing a 1.5 or more drop. Then you are going to need camber plates or atleast camber bolts. Big price difference. But it's your car. Take time to do it right. Also with a 1.5 drop or more. Your going to want to upgrade shocks and struts due to the fact of dropping it that much, your original ones will wear out quickly. And last but not least. A pan hard bar to center your back wheels. And that is all you will NEED. Now if your looking for performance. Well. There's a really long list for that. Sooooo. To conclude

Springs
Camber plates/bolts
Shocks
Struts
Panhard bar.
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Lol. Depends in the drop you want. I went with eibach sports but there is also eibach (something else). Both are good but the drop is different. If your doing a 1.5 or more drop. Then you are going to need camber plates or atleast camber bolts. Big price difference. But it's your car. Take time to do it right. Also with a 1.5 drop or more. Your going to want to upgrade shocks and struts due to the fact of dropping it that much, your original ones will wear out quickly. And last but not least. A pan hard bar to center your back wheels. And that is all you will NEED. Now if your looking for performance. Well. There's a really long list for that. Sooooo. To conclude Springs Camber plates/bolts Shocks Struts Panhard bar.
Thanks Tpost08 I appreciate it...
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Eibach Pro Kit or Sportlines (I have sportlines)

Optional if you aren't tracking the car and don't mind a bit of a soft suspension:
Shocks/struts
Sway bars
Strut tower mount

Optional but highly highly recommended:
Rear lower control arms
LCA relocation bracket

Arguably needed or not needed:
Camber plates or bolts - took my car to two alignment shops. Both reported that I'm within spec on camber. I've driven over 20k miles since dropping the car and have not uneven tire wear on the fronts.

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Adjustable panhard bar is needed
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