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Today I picked up the following to be installed on the 25th:

KW HEIGHT ADJUSTABLE SPRING SYSTEM
SPEEDLOGIX ADJUSTABLE FRONT SWAY BAR ENDLINKS
SPEEDLOGIX ADJUSTABLE REAR SWAY BAR END LINKS
SPEEDLOGIX BILLET REAR TRAILING ARMS
SPEEDLOGIX ADJUSTABLE BILLET REAR CONTROL ARMS
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This weekend Homestead and I wish this was all installed.
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What about front control arms?


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My shop told me that the front could wait because we are only going 3/4 inch down.

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SPEEDLOGIX ADJUSTABLE REAR SWAY BAR END LINKS
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Also my wife will KILL ME if I go to fast. Like she said the car only has 2200 miles on it and you are already messing with it.
So Rear then front .
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My shop told me that the front could wait because we are only going 3/4 inch down.

Even at 3/4", it's possible that the front camber will need adjustment. Do it right the first time. Just saying.


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Would these work speedlogix is out of stock

REM - Front Adjustable Control Arms (pair)
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Would these work speedlogix is out of stock

REM - Front Adjustable Control Arms (pair)
Yep, those will work.

I dropped mine with Sportlines (2" drop) All I needed to get in specs was camber bolts.
http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/sh...hallenger.html

Yes, I am at the outer fringe of the specs, but tires are wearing fine. For me, starting with $20 bolts was a lot better than $400-500 for A-arms.


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Today I picked up the following to be installed on the 25th:

KW HEIGHT ADJUSTABLE SPRING SYSTEM
SPEEDLOGIX ADJUSTABLE FRONT SWAY BAR ENDLINKS
SPEEDLOGIX ADJUSTABLE REAR SWAY BAR END LINKS
SPEEDLOGIX BILLET REAR TRAILING ARMS
SPEEDLOGIX ADJUSTABLE BILLET REAR CONTROL ARMS
RAZORS EDGE MATRIX BRACE SUBFRAME CONNECTORS
Nitto NT05

This weekend Homestead and I wish this was all installed.
That's one heck of a list! Then if you get the front and rear strut braces and your car will be set and should handle like it's on rails!

I'm looking forward to hearing how you like it!
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That's one heck of a list! Then if you get the front and rear strut braces and your car will be set and should handle like it's on rails!

I'm looking forward to hearing how you like it!
I am also. Looking to buy but haven't decided on what im going with.

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I installed the Eibach Pro, and no extra hardware needed (mind I assume the v6 makes it easier?)



I think these numbers are good?

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