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Old 08-14-2005, 12:11 AM   #11  
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Default RE: suspension mods....

this subject is way to general to give recommendations. narrow the subject a bit, drag/street/daily driver/autox. all these types of racing/driving require differant setups. but in general, the thing with a fox is that its a unibody, so chassis flex is the main problem with all of the above types of driving situation. any way you can lower the amount of flex in the unibody will gain you traction, rigity, and forward momentum. of coarse with the broad aftermarket support our cars have, all the differant parts are out there to build whichever you will. figure out what you want out of your setup and then you can start selecting parts.
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