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Just wanted all of your thoughts on this Watts links. I plan on picking one up, but I am not sure if I should get the Poly ends or the Rod Ends. Originally I was thinking of the Poly ends but I noticed the Fays2 only came with Rod ends. It made me think there might be a reason. Is the NVH between the two going to be that bad and if so is the performance worth it. Also if anyone has experience with the Watts Link that would be greatly appreciated. This is street car, but I want more confidence in the turns when I hit a bump. Thanks.

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Just wanted all of your thoughts on this Watts links. I plan on picking one up, but I am not sure if I should get the Poly ends or the Rod Ends. Originally I was thinking of the Poly ends but I noticed the Fays2 only came with Rod ends. It made me think there might be a reason. Is the NVH between the two going to be that bad and if so is the performance worth it. Also if anyone has experience with the Watts Link that would be greatly appreciated. This is street car, but I want more confidence in the turns when I hit a bump. Thanks.

Chris
My opinion would be to go with the poly links on a street car. The rod ends will transmit a ton of road noise and are really for the dedicated track cars.


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