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Old 07-24-2013, 04:25 AM
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WHAT PARTS IN ORDER ARE MOST BENIFICIAL TO
GETTING POWER TO THE GROUND. YES I KNOW...ALL ARE NEEDED BUT LOOKING FOR FIRST 3-4 PARTS IN ORDER OF COST/PERFORMANCE RETURN.

Relocation brackets
TQ ARM
Panhard bar
Lca's
Subframe connectors

What order and wich are best bang for buck. Thanks guys.
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Lcas
Torque arm

The rest arnt really needed until we get more details of your setup. Phb does nothing for straight line traction. Relo brackets are only needed if your lowered, sfcs are debatable.
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LCAs- if you plan on lowering at somepoint, go adjustable
torque arm- i would say get the relocation crossmember first to get it off your trannys tail housing. ive heard that the stocker does pretty well and isnt really needed unless it is a high hp car doing hard launches. others can chime in on that

i would also suggest wider/stickier tires with wider wheels if you havent already done that.

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Like others have said I would first go with LCA's and maybe and PHB, I would do a quick measuring and see how the rear sets in the car, then make the decision on an adjustable PHB.

I would for sure be thinking ahead about a torque arm to get it off the trans.

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why go adj control arms lowered? Mine arn't adj. and ive got no problems. When i got the 12 bolt ordered they thru on the lower control arms brackets for free so i can't say i really did those first but i did. Then i did lower control arms subframe conectors and just did the torque arm. In that order is how i did them my cars lowered and the tq arm make a huge diff in how the car felt putting power down.
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Thanks guys....sounds like LCA's and a TQ Arm are in sights.
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