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Next month, I'll be doing my front LCA's, and I decided that since I'm going to have the front end disassembeled, I might as well go for a new set of springs. I'll most likely get the Steedas, on general principal, but my questions are thus:
Anybody running this combo: (Strrda springs/stock everything else)?
Did you really need the bumpsteer kits? I only know one other person with a fox w/springs, (FMS), and they didn't notice a negative difference from stock w/o the kit.
Any reason to consider other MFR's?
Any tips for install?
The cars never been to the track, but I have goals, LOL. Mainly I'm looking for an increase in the street performance without turning the car into a buckboard.
 

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Im running steeda sport springs and maximum motorsport (prothane) spring isolators. I love these springs. They lowered the car just right. The car brakes much better and handles way better than stock ever did. Corners are now carve able and not a caution.

I didnt need anything besides the springs. I went ahead and did the caster camber plate install also when I did the springs. Had to get it aligned though.

No problems and I highly recommend them. The ride isnt much more harse than stock.
 
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Im running on the eibach springs, lowered the car a lil bit but not too much. I just have to go slower over speed bumps. There ok made the car feel tighter in there curves.
 

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I ran the complete Bullitt Suspension on my 92, it lowered the car about 3/4" all the way around and has what I think a great combination between handling and ride quality!
 

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shakerhood said:
I ran the complete Bullitt Suspension on my 92, it lowered the car about 3/4" all the way around and has what I think a great combination between handling and ride quality!
Did you have to do anything special to adapt the Bullitt suspension?
I was thinking about doing the CC plates too, but I dont think its in the budget right now:sadcry:
GhostDog, what kind are you running?


Thanks for the replys,
J
 

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BadlandsGhost said:
Did you have to do anything special to adapt the Bullitt suspension?
I was thinking about doing the CC plates too, but I dont think its in the budget right now:sadcry:
GhostDog, what kind are you running?


Thanks for the replys,
J

Im using Steeda plates.
 

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BadlandsGhost said:
Did you have to do anything special to adapt the Bullitt suspension?
I was thinking about doing the CC plates too, but I dont think its in the budget right now:sadcry:
GhostDog, what kind are you running?


Thanks for the replys,
J
No everything was a direct bolt in. I did put Maximum Motorsports CC plates in though while I was at it.
 
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