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Old 10-08-2009, 08:10 PM
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I am wondering if anyone has any feed back on whats better bbk upper and lower control arms or tubular design ? I have a 88 gt I want to redo the suspension. Also thinking bout k member. One other thing whats the biggest difference between 28 spline and 31 spline? Strenght wise whats the difference? What would you reccomend Im pushing 525 at the wheels. I was wondering does anyone know of a good strut tower brace that allows for the most room? I am running a bbk plenum and intake with a stacer, 75mm throttle body and cold air intake and theres not much room. Any help would be greatly appreciated
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525 at the wheels? stock block?
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No motors not stock
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