Re: Help with suspenion options
Keep in mind that unless you change the geometry, nothing has improved.
Adding tubular upper control arms won't do it, nor will a Hotchkis TVS kit.
The only way to make it handle better than stock is to fix all the issues that these chassis have. You can do it a few ways. Add tall spindles, add tall ball joints, or do a G mod. Everything else all these parts guys advertise is just replacement stock items in either tubular form, or with an upgraded bushing. You will still have horrible bumpsteer, and positive camber gain, both of which are bad for handling.
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