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Old 06-24-2016, 12:42 AM   #1
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Adjustable LCA

Went to the strip tonight and made a few passes. Everything went pretty good but on the way home I was hearing a popping from the rear, suspension related. Pretty sure my LCA bushing is toast. . I was about to buy some anyway so no huge deal.. my question is do I really need and adjustable LCA or not? I'm not a serious drag racer I like to make 3 or 4 passes for fun but that's it .. I may run 20 25 1/8 mile passes a year...

Car is lowered I'll also be purchasing a Panhard bar to keep everything square. Seems like a good set of LCAs aren't super expensive just wondering if adjustable is really necessary or very advantageous for someone like me who doesn't race a ton or have a ridiculous amount of power..

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I wouldn't use adjustable arms just to play at the track on occasion.

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So best set up would be relocation brackets and fixed arms?
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So best set up would be relocation brackets and fixed arms?

Yes. Fixed lca and adjustable uca.
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