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Old 05-10-2016, 12:07 AM
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Just bought a BMR shock tower brace in red
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nice. It made a big difference to me

before i cut off tops out my coupe was rigid and after you could tell it was a little sloppy. put the shock tower brace back on it felt like a couple again
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hmm i just figured yours was a t-top. Mine came that way
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T-tops are one of the main things i love about my camaro
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I plan on buying more suspension parts before switching to another field but for now i'll just do a strut bar cause its cheap and easy to install
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LCAs are a huge improvement too.
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Sfc's were by far the best suspension mod I did.

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SFC and STB LCA & relo brackets are all great things. each one made a difference you could feel.
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hmm i just figured yours was a t-top. Mine came that way
No mine was a coupe from the factory. Somewhere in my thread you'll see i cut the roof and the frame to make it a t-top. 4th gens luckily are t-top cars before they add the frame work over the doors for the coupe. a few cuts and some metal work and you can get a t-top car
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anyone know if a watts link is worth the money?
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