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Old 11-17-2016, 07:30 AM   #1
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FRPP LET'S?

Hey guys I was looking around at some LCAs for my gt and noticed something in the description of the FRPP ones. It stated they were standard parts in the gt500, track pack cars and manual transmission 2014 gt's...
I haven't gone out to check my car yet but does anyone have any extra info?

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They're not enough of an upgrade to be worth getting. They're still a soft, OEM style rubber bushing.
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I was just curious if they were already on my car would it be worth it to go to the BMR LCA's
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FRPP LET'S?

I'm curious why they won't fit on a 14. Maybe a mislabel?


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They're not enough of an upgrade to be worth getting. They're still a soft, OEM style rubber bushing.
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I was just curious if they were already on my car would it be worth it to go to the BMR LCA's
sooooooooooo ... yes.
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Got it.
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Old 11-17-2016, 09:01 PM   #7
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My old mid year 2014 GT/TrakPak did not have these LCA's on it when I replaced mine with Whiteline adjustables. I have helped work on a few TrakPak cars and have never seen them...personally I would have to be shown they were really installed at the factory on GT's or TrakPak cars.
The bushings on the GT500 LCA's are much stiffer than on the GT TrakPak just like the UPC bushing in the carrier...the GT is garbage and mine started to crack and separate before 7,000 miles. I would recommend replacing it with BMR's EN-001 poly bushing if you intend on getting either LCA's or UCA with poly bushing...and as Voltwings said it's not worth the money just replace something that is marginally better...IMHO
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Yea. I'm setting the money aside for the BMR LCAs and the upper. I'm gonna tackle everything when I do the panhard bar.

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