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post #10 of (permalink) Old 10-02-2013
740weapon
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Originally Posted by lpetersS197 View Post
Thanks 740weapon that puts things into perspective for me a little better as to what i am looking for, i knew it had some body roll but i am also very young and inexperienced, and not having driven many cars in my short lifetime i cant tell the difference between some characterisitcs to tell if they are worse one way or the other
Here are some pics of my car completely stock:





and how it sat when it wasn't moving:



clearly, the stock suspension is a complete POS when it comes to actually turning. Even the all-seasons over-power the chassis completely. I am relatively sure I am jammed against the bump stops in those pictures.

Every since I put on the Brembo GT suspension, the pictures have become very boring because the chassis is so composed in comparison.

2012 V6 Base. 6-speed. 3.31. Roush Wheel Hop Kit. BMR 38mm Front Swaybar. Camber Modded Koni Yellow Struts. Linear Steeda Sport Springs. J&M Camber Plates. J&M Panhard Bar. Airaid Intake. 93R Bama Tune. BBK Ceramic Shorties. Carbon Fiber Trac-Lok w/ Finned Cover. Hawk SR pads. GT Rotors. Spec Al Flywheel & Stage I Clutch, 18x10.5 ET38 Enkei PF01 Wheels. 285 30 R18 RE-71r tires. Boss 302 Radiator.
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