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Old 07-31-2014, 08:06 AM   #36
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Thought I would update. I have had the set up for a couple days now... to reiterate:
BMR adjustable Panhard bar
BMR Polly bearing LCA
BMR Adjustable UCA polly bearrings
Eibach Sportline Springs
Eibach Pro-Damper Shocks and struts

I don't have any graphs or charts lol, but I can tell you that taking corners at speed is a world of difference!! NO body roll to speak of at all. Love the lowered look! She grabs the ground nicely on a launch too. TC off I tried a couple time to replicate the wheel hop I am so used to and nothing. Couldnt be happer! Only thing I will say for anyone in the future us to buy the bearings for the struts. Mechanic said they are built to fail with plastic parts. Soon as pressure was off they pop open and bearings shoot everywhere. I have read elsewhere that over 10,000 miles should expect this. Thrilled with the difference in handling, launch and look!
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Thought I would update. I have had the set up for a couple days now... to reiterate:
BMR adjustable Panhard bar
BMR Polly bearing LCA
BMR Adjustable UCA polly bearrings
Eibach Sportline Springs
Eibach Pro-Damper Shocks and struts

I don't have any graphs or charts lol, but I can tell you that taking corners at speed is a world of difference!! NO body roll to speak of at all. Love the lowered look! She grabs the ground nicely on a launch too. TC off I tried a couple time to replicate the wheel hop I am so used to and nothing. Couldnt be happer! Only thing I will say for anyone in the future us to buy the bearings for the struts. Mechanic said they are built to fail with plastic parts. Soon as pressure was off they pop open and bearings shoot everywhere. I have read elsewhere that over 10,000 miles should expect this. Thrilled with the difference in handling, launch and look!
Naples,
Did you get any of the control arm relocation brackets? I have the BMR panhard bar but am thinking of doing the control arm swaps. Do you feel the relocation brackets are necessary?
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Old 08-01-2014, 02:42 PM   #38
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Looks GREAT Naplestang!
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Naples,
Did you get any of the control arm relocation brackets? I have the BMR panhard bar but am thinking of doing the control arm swaps. Do you feel the relocation brackets are necessary?
they were not for the alignment. i was told it could help keep it planted even more but i havent had any wheel hop issues at all since got.
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Looks GREAT Naplestang!
Thanks man. Work in progress but world of difference. Loving the carbon on the slayer!
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