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Will removing this at the track transfer weight better? I have a 1990 gt with pro comp shocks and struts, tubular upper and lower control arms and unknown springs. I don't transfer weight too well so any advice would help. Thank you
 

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Will removing this at the track transfer weight better? I have a 1990 gt with pro comp shocks and struts, tubular upper and lower control arms and unknown springs. I don't transfer weight too well so any advice would help. Thank you
Yes, it will help a good bit by allowing the front end to raise higher and quicker.
I took mine off years ago and never really noticed much difference on the street, but then I don't do any corner carving either. They do help you keep better control of your car, so leaving it on for the street is probably the best option like dreamstang said. :good:

P.S. A set of UMI Lift Bars in place of your lower control arms will help plant the rear tires even better.
 
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