Originally Posted by Dragonnnfire
Anyone elses 2 Cents?
Yes, slow down.... Suspension changes should be made slowly IMHO, with careful thought of what you're trying to achieve. Of all the parts you listed the only part that makes sense to me right now is a shock change. If your car is a DD and is likely to spend 99% of it's life on the street then without hesitation I would tell you to change your shocks, consider a larger front swaybar (35mm+) and get a quality tire, in that order. Having said that, your decision to keep the stock springs or not will be critical in your shock choice.
SFC's? Do you really think your chassis is flexing that much? Adjustable PHB? Are you lowering the car or adding wider rubber? LCA's / Relocation brackets? Again are you lowering, are you experiencing wheel hop? Do you see where I'm going with this?
UMI make a quality product, but buy what you need to solve a specific issue with the car's ride or tire compliance. Adding parts *****-nilly and then saying voila is no way to build a suspension. Good luck....