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Old 05-24-2015, 07:23 PM   #1
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Was wondering if anyone has used team z lcas and uca? A buddy of mine recommended it but I was just wondering if anyone has any personal experiences with their products.
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I run their adjustable UCA on my 11.
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2010 Cobra Jet Rear Suspension Kit M-5649-CJ10
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Made the above kit for FRPP.
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What lcas are you running? How do you like the uca? I was looking at the kit but I don't need a panhard bar 😟
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What lcas are you running? How do you like the uca? I was looking at the kit but I don't need a panhard bar 😟
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I contacted SVT about the kit, they didn't recommend it for street use.
I asked them who made it, that's how I found out about TeamZ.
I have Roush billet LCA's.
The TeamZ UCA is double adjustable, works great.
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I contacted SVT about the kit, they didn't recommend it for street use.

I asked them who made it, that's how I found out about TeamZ.

I have Roush billet LCA's.

The TeamZ UCA is double adjustable, works great.

Why not street use? I plan on putting these on my daily lol.
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Why not street use? I plan on putting these on my daily lol.
I had never heard of Team Z and when I looked at their website it appeared that most of their products use Solid Rod Ends. They are great for racing because there is 0 movement, but for the street they transmit every bump along with NVH directly to the car. If you don't mind the added NVN and a more solid ride you will be OK, if not, then go with Poly bushings. I'm also not a fan of a 3 way adjustable setup as threaded rod is not as strong as Moly Tubing.....................I just don't see any need to weaken a point that takes a lot of abuse.
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I had never heard of Team Z and when I looked at their website it appeared that most of their products use Solid Rod Ends. They are great for racing because there is 0 movement, but for the street they transmit every bump along with NVH directly to the car. If you don't mind the added NVN and a more solid ride you will be OK, if not, then go with Poly bushings. I'm also not a fan of a 3 way adjustable setup as threaded rod is not as strong as Moly Tubing.....................I just don't see any need to weaken a point that takes a lot of abuse.

I'm the only that rides in it so a some extra road noise doesn't bug me for performance gains 😀👍
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