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Superb. I think a $1,500 payment to Vorshlag is going to be likely in the near future! I'll call them and confirm they're not a known source of NVH because they're purely track-oriented pieces, and let you know what he says. And of course, what my opinion is once the car is sitting on them.


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If you're doing autocross, and you want to adjust the camber frequently, Vorshlag is the only choice. Best and biggest bearings, easiest adjustability, best durability.

Also Bilstein>>>Koni.

Get this package and spec the Eibachs you want:

Vorshlag-Bilstein StreetPro Monotube Suspension Kit (S197 Mustang) - Vorshlag LLC

It even comes with the struts put together.
We also use a 3/4" (19mm) ID bearing on our camber plates. I'm not sure what brand bearing they are using but ours is made in the USA by FK bearings using heat treated Chrome-Moly. The load rating on the bearings we use are 78,000 psi when most other bearing manufactures load rating for the same size bearing is 48,880 psi. The bearing we use is not a cheap COM grade bearing which is why we offer a lifetime warranty on our parts.


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My only concern with the vorshlag's is road noise / NVH.

Anyone care to comment on that? This is a daily driver, after all. I don't want to go metal-to-metal-to-strut-tower and have all kinds of "road growl" piped directly into the body.

If they're good about that, I already had my eye on that kit!
Nice and quiet. The front suspension is about the only part of my car that doesn't make noise anymore.

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