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Old 03-28-2014, 08:04 PM   #1
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I'm about to spend some money on the following and before I do was wanting some insight on SR Performance.


I was planning on going with SR Performance lowering springs, adjustable rear upper control arms and fixed lower control arms as well as a lightened drive shaft. Vs spending for the Steeda.

Is this a pay for what you get for kinda brand or bang for buck are they comparable to the more expensive brands..?

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I have the SR lowering springs, no issues. I also have the lca's and had to remove them yesterday due to one of the bushings being deformed. It was causing my rear end to slide under acceleration which is not as fun as it sounds. Maybe I just got a defective set, but if I had to do it again I'd go with the steeda lca's.

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I have these springs also just not installed yet. Are camber bolts required or can I get away without them?


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I didn't need them. I waited a while after install and took it to an alignment shop. Everything was within spec, no adjustments needed.

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Thanks for the info.


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By the way, did you flip the upper mounts 180 degrees when you installed the springs? Was reading about this on another forum.

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I don't think so but not sure; I paid a shop to install them.

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Saw BMR tech talking about it, said the mounts can be flipped 180 and no need for camber bolts.

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