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    Exclamation Which package would you choose

    If you had the money and you wanted to dump it into your suspension which one of these packages would you get:

    Complete F-Body lowering kit: your choice of springs, lower lca brackets and an adjustable panhard bar

    K-member and A arm package:BMR K-Member and A-Arm

    F-Body Rear Suspension Package: BMR torque arm, lower control arms, panhard rod, and anti-squat brackets


    ????

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    Quote Originally Posted by coupe00 View Post
    If you had the money and you wanted to dump it into your suspension which one of these packages would you get:

    Complete F-Body lowering kit: your choice of springs, lower lca brackets and an adjustable panhard bar

    K-member and A arm package:BMR K-Member and A-Arm

    F-Body Rear Suspension Package: BMR torque arm, lower control arms, panhard rod, and anti-squat brackets


    ????
    my vote goes to the suspension. your short times will benefit greatly from a new torque arm, and the adjustable panhard rod is a nice addition for launch control. lower control arms will aid when you start to make the serious power you want.

    and on that note why the hell havent i seen your car yet?

    link in my signature...click on it please. dude we gotta meet up soon, i have to see this beast.
    oh great intentions, ive got the best of interventions...

    Missouri and Central IL members come in!!!!!
    http://www.ls1.com/forums/f26/missouri-muscle-central-il-come-48861/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KPewterSS View Post
    What is your goals for the car?
    id like to lift the front wheels and i think i got the torque to do it. 350 ft/lb ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coupe00 View Post
    id like to lift the front wheels and i think i got the torque to do it. 350 ft/lb ?
    remove the front sway bar and you should lift it a bit if you hook well enough.
    shoot, i'll help you take it off just to see you do it.

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    lol this will be great to watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by chad2001ls1 View Post
    lol this will be great to watch
    why? we will make sure to make a video for you
    Last edited by coupe00; 05-04-2007 at 09:26 AM.

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