I don't think lower control arms or any parts will stop wheel spin. The set up of the rear suspension is the key. Has the car been lowered? If so, the geometry of the rear suspension is probably working against you. The critical issue is the angle of the lower control arms, they should rise slightly going forward. If yours don't, look into a set of anti squat brackets they will lower the rear mounting point of the lower control arms. The next concern is setting the pinion angle correctly. There are many good articles to describe this process online. After lowering mine, the wheelspin was aggravating, with anti squat brackets and adjustable lower control arms to set pinion angle this was minimized.
2007 GT/CS, Vista Blue, FRP 200hp supercharger, Ford Racing GTA mufflers, Boss 302 Quad Exhaust,GT-500 rear spoiler, FRP short throw shifter. Eibach Mutli-Pro Coil Over Suspension, BMR K Member & Adjustable Lower Control Arms, Steeda Bump Steer Kit, Steeda X-5 Ball Joints,Maximum Caster Camber Plates(required maching my Steeda Billet strut tower brace end mounts), CHE Adjustable Lower Contols Arms and Anti Squat Brackets. GT-500 wheels and tires, Ford Racing 14" Brembo brake set-up.
Last edited by jrowledge; 06-11-2012 at 10:29 PM.