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Suspension question? Strange Shocks etc

Old 07-06-2011, 04:27 PM
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Default Suspension question? Strange Shocks etc

swapping this week to strange 10 way adjustable shocks..

did I go wrong not going with tokico dspecs or billys???

weekend driver, non track 2003 gt

also guys I am throwing in the H&R springs finally will I be fine without any bumpsteer, bushings etc???

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Old 07-07-2011, 05:25 AM
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Alot of people complain that the 10 ways make a little noise, but they perform great for the 1/4. Thats what I'll be running.
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Old 07-07-2011, 10:30 AM
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Which H&R springs? They make four sets for '99 to '04, Sport, Super Sport, Race and Super Race.

The Sport springs drop the front 1.6" and 1.75" according to H&Rs website.

With those drops you will need CC plates to get the camber set properly, and may need bump steer correction depending on how (aggressively) and where (bumpy hard turns) you drive, and your sensitivity to bump steer...
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