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This is a discussion on Traction Control within the Drivetrain forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Has anyone every ran these or heard anything good or bad about them. I'm having a really hard time getting ...

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    Traction Control

    Has anyone every ran these or heard anything good or bad about them. I'm having a really hard time getting traction after my header,cam,gear,fuddle 3800 convertor install. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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    i have the same problem have you done any suspension mods yet???

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    No not yet I wanted to find out what worked the best.

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    Not sure who makes it or how its advertised, but it looks like it lowers the rear mounting point for the lower control arm. Depending on price, you might find more than one solution for that.

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    made by LAKEWOOD I like them a lot -do ride too harsh for every day driving take the adjusting arm off and you still have a very good set of LCA
    with good bushing BUT then get 2 steering stablizer shocks put them in place of the adjusting arms car rides good and you can reinstall the adjusting arm in a few minutes when you need them REMENBER WHEN YOU ADJUST THE ARMS SET THE PEION ANGLE ONLY ABOUT -1 TO NO MORE THAN -1 1/2 DEG
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    rember if you can not check pinion angle just connect the adjusting arm with all the weight of car on wheels not with rear wheels hanging down

    you will need to complete the address below as this site will not allow me to post complete address

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    Y2K SS (SLP #239)
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