This is a discussion on SFC's within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; Which are a good set to buy? The Weld in, bolt in, or the 3 point style? And which brand. ...
07-25-2008, 01:51 PM #1
- Join Date
- Aug 2006
- Baton Rouge, La.
- 2005 GTO M6
Which are a good set to buy? The Weld in, bolt in, or the 3 point style? And which brand. Thunder Racing is giving me a GREAT deal on the BMR brand weld ins, if those are decent to get.
07-25-2008, 02:38 PM #2
i like the umi stuff my self. i put the 3 piont bolt ons on my ta. look at stranoparts.com he has them. he is a sponser and a good guy to deal with.
07-25-2008, 06:48 PM #3
I got alston SFC's.....they are nice, and can tell a difference.. they are weld in's
07-27-2008, 03:56 AM #4
UMI Boxed Weld on2010 Camaro
2006 GTO, LS2, 1 of 475
2009 Chevy Silverado
07-28-2008, 05:26 AM #5
- Join Date
- Dec 2007
- Brookville, PA
- 2001 Z28
I prefer UMI.... Can help you on those. Don't know what what your "Great deal" is, so can't say if they are giving them away or not.
I usually prefer the UMI 3-pts. Strong and fit extremely tight to the underside of the car. You can do 2-pts if you wish--and we have those as well. But the way I figure it, if you think the car needs help in the flex department, why not put on the strongest connector you can?
Pic of bolt-in's:
Link to weld-in's: http://www.stranoparts.com/partdetai...D=22&ModelID=7Sam Strano
SCCA National Champion (x6)
SCCA ProSolo Class Champion (x5)
2009 SCCA ProSolo Overall Champion
Owner--Strano Performance Parts
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