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Originally Posted by Bullitt95 View Post
My 60' time was 1.88 and there's still room for improvement. A 1.70 or better from a NA 3V with stock heads on a stock short block would be excellent.
I have BMR LCAs and there was no change in NVH from stock.
I know the OP asked about increased NVH with LCA's, and I was about to answer then saw your response. No increase? I installed BMR's TC032 and holy crap the car is super loud. Did I install wrong or something? I swear I can hear each gear tooth meshing together.

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Originally Posted by BGowland View Post
No increase? I installed BMR's TC032 and holy crap the car is super loud. Did I install wrong or something? I swear I can hear each gear tooth meshing together.
I have exactly the same rear lower control arms as you do. Something's not right on your car 'cause at most there should only be a slight increase in axle noise and I have none. I'd expect the axle noise to be more noticeable if the control arms had spherical bearings on one end.

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