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Thoughts on SFCs

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    Thoughts on SFCs

    Should I go with 2 point or 3 point SFCs?
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    2 points would be just fine... but 3 points would be better.

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    depends on what your doing if auto racing like courses id go with 3 point but just drag and street 2 point are just fine and lighter for drag

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    The extreme duty torque arm will tie in with the three point. So I vote for the three point !!!

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    I hadn't even thought about tying the torque arm in. I just put an adjustable torque arm and LCAs on last spring. I understand my choice is based upon my overall use and I do a little of everything. I don't believe there is a large difference in weight but I will look into that. Thanks for the input.

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    i do some autocross and drag and went with 3 point sfc's. i dont think you will regret spending the extra $ on the 3 point, but later on you might regret just having 2 point if you go that direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crzy Lgs View Post
    I hadn't even thought about tying the torque arm in. I just put an adjustable torque arm and LCAs on last spring. I understand my choice is based upon my overall use and I do a little of everything. I don't believe there is a large difference in weight but I will look into that. Thanks for the input.
    they dont weight much more just if you are big on drag racing weight matters alot to some people and if you dont ever do alot of heavy autocross really no need for the 3 point but the 3 point are worth it if you have the extra money

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    For hard launching, I'd rather transfer all the lift to the frame connectors. I welded them, instead of the bolt in method...

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    Decided to go with the 3 point bolt in. Able to be welded in at any point and time so why not. Thanks for the input. It's always good to just hear ideas or thoughts thrown around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by konigandy6 View Post
    2 points would be just fine... but 3 points would be better.
    This sums up the thread.

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