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    LCA relocation brackets.

    Question... I installed on my car a set of relocation brackets.
    The lower control arms are on the bottom holes.
    Is it better to have them. On the top or bottom?

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    I ran mine on the bottom. My understanding that you positively increase the geometry angle that way, which makes them more effective.
    '02 ws6.....mods? nope

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    Since you are lowered the bottom is most likely the best for you, at stock height the upper hole would probably be most beneficial

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    Thanks guys. I ask because since I put them on. I feel like I lost traction.
    I know my tires are not that good but tires spin every time I hit the throttle.

    Is that normal or could be the tires?

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    could be a cause of the lowering springs, less weight transfer. good tires also help

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    I'm afraid to run drag radials but I guess I have no choice.
    I also pulled out the spare tire, jack and all that stuff. To make it lighter but that was before I change the springs
    Then the problem is I need more weight??


    What other thing I need to do to fix this up?
    Put the battery in the back?
    Last edited by 98maro; 10-11-2011 at 07:55 PM.

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    putting weight over the back tires is alway a good idea but try the lca's in the top hole and see how it works for you there is alway a odd ball car out there may be you have it.

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