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Old 05-21-2012, 08:06 AM   #21
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I've just had a whole set of Steeda suspension installed this week. The car feels completely different, much less roll, dives, and car feels a lot more controlled and solid. I have the Steeda pro action dampers, sports springs, adj panhard bar, and upper HD mounts/plates. It feels a lot more "connected" to the road, feeling the dips, and such, compared to the floatier, more isolated feel of the stock setup, so the changes have all been very positive for the ride and drive experience. Plus....the car looks so much better lowered. I'll post up pics later on in a new thread. Basically, it's been a really great mod.
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Old 05-21-2012, 10:37 AM   #22
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Good information.
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RTRís wrapped in Continental Contact Extreme DW 275/40/19, Koni STR.tís struts and shocks, Steeda Sport springs,GT500 Strut Mounts, J&M Panhard Bar, GT500 Axel backs, Roush side Splitters, Redline Hood struts and Custom hood Spears.
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