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    Well i didnt believe to be honest ,that if youre going to upgrade your suspension the first mod it should be the subframe conectors but still did it and i just have this words WOW WOW i really racomend its more stiff and you can hit the curves faster with no ploblem its a great mod. nad also got the control arms with poly bushings works great to.
    it worth the money.

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    Lol did you go with the weld in or bolt in sbc's?
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    good to know, as that's my next mod.

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    Wish I knew what a F-bod felt like without them. I bought mine with a set of SFC's and a STB. Car feels quite stiff to me.

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    BMR weld on its not like a plug and play there its some work to do on this brand and they are boxed ones on the sfc and tube ones on the lca .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ErikElvis View Post
    Wish I knew what a F-bod felt like without them. I bought mine with a set of SFC's and a STB. Car feels quite stiff to me.
    felt like a crazy horse with a little control lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ErikElvis View Post
    Wish I knew what a F-bod felt like without them. I bought mine with a set of SFC's and a STB. Car feels quite stiff to me.
    After getting used to my car, i noticed my car feel lose all around. Taking turns, over stomping on the gas even just a little would get the end fish tailing. The stb and sfc, make a world of differnce for the good. But i can understand your feeling, but all that means is you saved yourself some money since the car already came with sfc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GUSHER View Post
    Well i didnt believe to be honest ,that if youre going to upgrade your suspension the first mod it should be the subframe conectors but still did it and i just have this words WOW WOW i really racomend its more stiff and you can hit the curves faster with no ploblem its a great mod. nad also got the control arms with poly bushings works great to.
    it worth the money.


    I defferntly understand. I broke my tranny 1 week after installing sfc. So imo, let the car/suspension get used to the stiffening of the car, its fun to drive with sfc. But i'd take it easy just for a few days so the car can settle in to the new stiffness of the ride.

    When installed sfc car responded with more power.
    Last edited by ferocity; 09-10-2006 at 01:37 AM.

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    would you guys recommend the weld in over the bolt in? How much does a shop charge to do this?

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    weld-on..its just a lil more sturdy and stiff. um it depends, maybe around $60-$100ish

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    I like the weld in but too be honest i felt more of a difference with the stb as compared too my sfc. Either way they are a good investment, the only issue i have is some sounds i really dont like, some creakin every now and again.
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    The major thing I noticed when I installed my Sub frames was the car launched much straighter and the the weight seem to transfer better. I almost thought the front was going to lift up the first time I took off with them.

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    I can't wait... I get mine (BMR Weldins) installed tomorrow morning!

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    JESUS LORD AND THE SHEPHERD!!! I thought I could corner great before... but now... WOHOO! Wish I had them installed sooner!

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    I've got the RK sport SFC's for verts

    i kinda felt a difference, but i had the MAC panhard put on at the same time, so i'm not sure what did what u kno

    but yea my car is the stiffest shitties riding car out there
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