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Old 03-10-2014, 11:57 AM   #1
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LCA question

Looking to add LCA's to my 2011 GT. I was wondering if I could get some different opinions on the brand. I have a friend who recommends Steeda and Maximum Motorsports, but I see those are two of the more expensive ones. I also see there are many more reviews for BMR and BBK which would leave me to believe that people are buying them more. Any advantage to spending more coin or are the cheaper ones just as effective?

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Get the BMR ones.

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I went with the Steeda billets with the spherical/poly combo. They are a great looking piece and worth the $ IMO, but I am a little biased.

Just an FYI, if you use a good deal of dry lube on the spherical bearing, there is no added NVH...I've had them on now for about three months and love them. I would have looked hard at the BMR ones, but didn't see a spherical option, just zerk fittings on both ends for the poly bushings.
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The bmr are better than stock but don't solve the basic problem...bushings getting bind. Spher joints are better because they prevent this. U should get a uca with spher joint as well. I bought hotchkis on clearance but spohn is another option.
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I have the Metco Motorsports billet LCAs on mine and I'm happy with them.
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