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Old 12-21-2013, 12:22 AM   #1
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Whiteline Watts Link Rear Suspension

B]V6s or V8s[/B]

Any of you guys/girls out there using the Whiteline Watts Link Rear Suspension (American Muscle, part# 54111)?
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I've been running this, great setup and drastically improves cornering in uneven roads.
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B]V6s or V8s[/B]

Any of you guys/girls out there using the Whiteline Watts Link Rear Suspension (American Muscle, part# 54111)?
Whiteline makes a great product! I run their Lower Control arms on my 2011 GT and have full intentions of getting the Watts Link set up. The Whiteline Watts Link Rear Suspension allows the axle to move up and down in a true vertical plane keeping it centered under the car, so that your roll center behaves exactly the same in a left hand turn as it does in a right hand turn. This allows for predictable and tune-able handling, perfect for street and track cars.

These are also ride height adjustable. So it doesn't matter if you're Stock, Lowered on Springs, Coil overs etc.. you can still use the Watt links set up!

I hope this helps. It sounds like you have some really big plans for your Suspension. That's really cool to see! Keep up the great work with your build and let me know if you ever have any questions.

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Looks really pretty but have read a lot that Fays2 is just as good, and is a couple hundy cheaper.
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Just ordered one so ill report back after I get t installed when I redo my rear end in a couple weeks!
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Old 01-08-2014, 02:04 PM   #6
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In terms of labor costs, does it make sense to wait to install a Whiteline Watts until after you've done the shocks/struts/coils upgrade, or better to plug in the Watts for the Panhard before all that?

Alot more repair shops than performance installers in my neck, so I try to not ask them to bite off more than they should chew in one sitting.
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