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    Question need traction help

    Ok,
    I have a 1998 z28 convertible with an ls6 conversion (heads, intake, cam) kook long tube headers, ARE reduction pully, Magnaflow cat back, and an SLP lid with a K&N filter, and an LS1 edit tune.
    My question for you guys is this; How do I put my power to the ground?
    I have 16" wheels and tires now and when the tires wear out I am going to replace them with 17" wheels and tires. I am looking for the most cost effective way to get the tires to hook up. I also don't want my car to look fast. I just want it to be fast.
    Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

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    well, drag radials are the first step seeing as you are buying tires anyway. next up would be the trailing arms, relocation brackets, panhard rod, shocks, to start off with.

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