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SFC.... What should I get

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    SFC.... What should I get

    Been looking into some sub frame connectors and was wondering what brand too get. Are they pretty much all the same, or is one brand superior to the rest? Price wise what is the best bang for the buck?

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    i went with UMI and am very happy with them. all my suspension parts are UMI

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    UMI weld-in's.

    If you plan on a tunnel braced torque arm at some point, get the 3 points. Otherwise the 2 points are fine.

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    All UMI here. For the SFC's -- two point bolt-ins that fit perfectly and tuck up under the car great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    UMI weld-in's.

    If you plan on a tunnel braced torque arm at some point, get the 3 points. Otherwise the 2 points are fine.
    y is that? 2 pts interfere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by basballny2 View Post
    y is that? 2 pts interfere?
    No.

    3 point will offer more rigidity where the torque arm brace is.
    Doesn't matter without the arm though.

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    UMI here. I've got bolt in's and couldn't be happier

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    Great to hear Everyone! And thanks for suggesting UMI Performance we really appreciate the business. Like mentioned above we offer a wide variety of SFC's below is a link to show you what all we have to offer!

    http://www.umiperformance.com/catalo...19b4euu69l0em4

    If you have any other questions feel free to ask.
    Thanks
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    I also am loving my 2 point UMI weld ins

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    I have the UMI bolt in 3 points here and I love them. Easy to install and the clearance is great.

    Oh and the rest of my aftermarket stuff is UMI too

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