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Anyone had any experience with this? It comes with tokico shocks right? I am getting a MAC tru-dual exhaust system but still will have some cash left over do you think this would be a good idea?
 

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Hey I know you just installed a new rear sway bar how do you like it does it really change the cars handling that much? You see I've never done a suspension mod on any car and am just curious of how the car responds?
 

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its a good kit to get if the price is right, if you got the parts that they give you seperatly it would be 110 for springs and 180 for shocks/struts and you can get a rear sway bar for 40 bucks from a junk yard~ does it have a front sway? its probably oem on some year cobra you could get it for 100 bucks maybe~
 

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I have Bullitt/Tokico's, FMS "C"springs, 97 Cobra front and rear sway bars, CGS SFC's. Steeda STB and UPR Shark C&C plates and my car handles like a slot car on rails compared to the stock set up.
 

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Danger Dude said:
I have Bullitt/Tokico's, FMS "C"springs, 97 Cobra front and rear sway bars, CGS SFC's. Steeda STB and UPR Shark C&C plates and my car handles like a slot car on rails compared to the stock set up.
Mine too, everybody asks me when they first ride in it, "did you change the suspension in this?" I think Sub-frame connectors Springs, and a STB make the biggest differance, and then sway bars and shocks/struts equal it out out.
 
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