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Where to start with suspension?

Recently I was debating throwing some money at headers, but after ALL of the forum trolling, I have come to the conclusion when I do want them, I will get shorties, but for now I will hold off on more power. I really need to start work on my suspension... No point in power if I can't keep the tires hooked up.

I am thinking of going sway bars for now (I don't want to get anything I can't install myself). I am looking at the Eibach sways, not sure if I need adjustable or not though. Is this a "good" place to start? I have 100% stock base model suspension and tires, and I do plan on getting some rims and good rubber when my tires ware out, but no real point until then. Eventually I do want full suspension, but that is a long way a lot of money away.

I guess the question is, is there another suspension mod I should do first that would make a bigger everyday difference? Or a different brand that is known to be better? I am pretty new at suspension, and its a bit harder than power mods...


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