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    Panhard Relocation kit?

    Ok, does this relocation kit...





    Need an addition panhard bar? Cuz in this pic, it looks like two products installed..



    Anyone have this on their car?

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    No, you can use the stock PHB.

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    I have them both, thats the upper and lower panhards from BMR.
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    Ok, tell me, what exactly does this do for the car's suspension? Can you feel a difference?

    I thought about getting this FOR dual exhaust. It might be a while before I do duals, so I am wondering if getting this relocation kit (and possibly an aftermarket panhard bar) would provide any suspension improvement with or without exhaust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKIRA View Post
    Ok, tell me, what exactly does this do for the car's suspension? Can you feel a difference?

    I thought about getting this FOR dual exhaust. It might be a while before I do duals, so I am wondering if getting this relocation kit (and possibly an aftermarket panhard bar) would provide any suspension improvement with or without exhaust.
    It doesn't do a lot if anything at all for suspension IMO. Its main purpose, if not sole purpose, is to allow for true duals over the axle.

    Getting the aftermarket lower panhard will provide an improvement in rearend tightness and allow you to center the rearend if you purchase an adjustable lower panhard. You can't go wrong by purchasing an aftermarket lower panhard and I highly recommend an adjustable lower panhard if you are lowered or plan to lower your car ever. As far as the upper, I wouldn't buy it unless you are planning to go true duals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KPewterSS View Post
    It doesn't do a lot if anything at all for suspension IMO. Its main purpose, if not sole purpose, is to allow for true duals over the axle.

    Getting the aftermarket lower panhard will provide an improvement in rearend tightness and allow you to center the rearend if you purchase an adjustable lower panhard. You can't go wrong by purchasing an aftermarket lower panhard and I highly recommend an adjustable lower panhard if you are lowered or plan to lower your car ever. As far as the upper, I wouldn't buy it unless you are planning to go true duals.
    Hmm, good info. I dont plan on ever lowering the car.

    Knowing that, what if I bought the non-adjustable one? I dont know shit about suspension, so I figured if I adjusted anything, I would do more hard than good. In other words, how much better is the non-adjustable one over the stock one?

    Pretty easy to install, yes? Just a simple swap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKIRA View Post
    Hmm, good info. I dont plan on ever lowering the car.

    Knowing that, what if I bought the non-adjustable one? I dont know shit about suspension, so I figured if I adjusted anything, I would do more hard than good. In other words, how much better is the non-adjustable one over the stock one?

    Pretty easy to install, yes? Just a simple swap?
    Install is very easy to do. The non-adjustable is considerably better than stock. If you don't think you will ever lower the car or ever need to re-center the rearend, I would recommend buying the non-adjustable one.

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    Gotcha. So! A non-adjustable + relocation kit for a future exhaust route, wouldnt be a bad idea for now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKIRA View Post
    Gotcha. So! A non-adjustable + relocation kit for a future exhaust route, wouldnt be a bad idea for now?
    Correct!

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