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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-04-2018 Thread Starter
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Suspension upgrade

What to upgrade my stock suspension, any recomendation for strut and lowering spring kit?

*Better handling for street use...

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try some searches, there are dozens of threads on this

the best thread is a complete rundown from user "sqidd" with several packages for different budgets and purposes

one defacto standard basic package is:
Steeda Sport springs
Koni STR-T struts and shocks
GT500 strut mounts
adjustable panhard bar, if you care that rear axle is off center


| 2010 GT coupe | Daily Driver with some Steeda and GT500 take-off stuff for the occasional track day
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I did a rebuild/upgrade of the suspension on my 2012 3.7 convertible. I went with steeda spoet springs and struts. I alao went with all steeda rear LCA's, adjustable 3rd link , LCA relocation brakets and adjustable strut mounts. I went with all poly/prothane bushings on front control arms,sway bars, 3rd link ect. I replaced the tie rods and sway bar links with moog. About a 1" drop. Handles great , a little firm on bumpy uneven roads but the tires hook up well and flat and firm in the corners. Hydro bushings were a flat pain in the ass to get off the front control arms .
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