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Old 07-10-2012, 05:47 PM   #1
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Handling and a smoother ride

I'm new to cars seeing as I'm only 18 I have a 1991 2.3l hatch I need help I'm trying to make it a smoother ride as in when I drive it's a bumpy ride not horrible but I would like to fix this also I would like better handling
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Old 07-10-2012, 09:19 PM   #2
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Re: Handling and a smoother ride

I resulted with a "Cadi"(Cadillac for you yungins) comfy smooth ride that grips the roads like no ones business using Fox Body parts on my SN95. I have "economy" parts but it turned out just perfect. I have no want, need, or desire to substitute one part.
If interested, this is what I used:
Ford Racing "B" springs. KYB shocks/struts. Maximum Motorsports caster camber plates. Steeda X2 Balljoints. Maximum Motorsports bumpsteer kit.
PICS, Same day, after install:

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I resulted with a "Cadi"(Cadillac for you yungins) comfy smooth ride that grips the roads like no ones business using Fox Body parts on my SN95. I have "economy" parts but it turned out just perfect. I have no want, need, or desire to substitute one part.
If interested, this is what I used:
Ford Racing "B" springs. KYB shocks/struts. Maximum Motorsports caster camber plates. Steeda X2 Balljoints. Maximum Motorsports bumpsteer kit.
PICS, Same day, after install:
Thanks yea my grandma has a Cadillac cts 3.6 and man that is one hell of a smooth ride haha.
And was setup hard?
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