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I have been performing some suspension work on my car lately as she is six years old and has seen a good amount of track time. The stock rubber bushings just don't hold up.

I already have Petty's adjustable sway bars front/rear and recently installed BMR trailing arms and Bwoodys sway bar links. I was surprised to feel a solid difference with just the trailing arms. Once I added the sway bar end links, it really complements the sway bars and makes the car feel very crisp without being too harsh. I opened for the Delrin bushings on the Bwoodys end links.

I just got an alignment and am looking forward to the track this weekend to see how she does..
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