Originally Posted by Waxed'05 GT
Thanks for the reply. I'll have to get a set before going to the track next year. Would there be an advantage to adjustable? I plan on making it a streetable "dragster" probably ending in low 11's 1/4 mile. This is a VERY long term goal, but don't want to have to buy things twice. This is one big reason I've not purchased cdmp's yet... I may end up with a ts.
If the car is or will be lowered, the adjustable LCAs and 3rd link (UCA) are a good idea. 3rd link especially to maintain optimum pinion angle. You may also want to look at LCA relocation brackets. They provide additional rear mounting holes that allow you to alter control arm angles. Good for the strip!