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Old 05-11-2016, 10:39 AM
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is that just to prevent the rear pumkin from twisting or to preload it the otherway? I don't think thats a risk with anything under 400-500hp or something
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Dane is the only one I know that has one.

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now i understand the "anti coupe" tag
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now i understand the "anti coupe" tag
yes, that is it!
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The strut tower brace came in today. I called up BMR and ordered more stuff, I got the lowering spring package comes with springs, LCA relocation brackets & adjustable panhard bar with a poly/rod end combo
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very nice. that plus sway bars will make it corner like a dream compared to the v6 suspension
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A watts link keeps the rear centered while the suspension compresses. The pan hard bar will kick the rear to the left as the suspension compresses. It's a handling item that really only a track car would need.

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Ah i see. it didn't make sense as an additional piece. but to replace the panhard that makes perfect sense
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Ah i see. it didn't make sense as an additional piece. but to replace the panhard that makes perfect sense
Yeah, they're nice. I suppose a drag car could benefit as well. They also usually offer more clearance for exhaust options, but they are generally heavier.

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Well i got the STB installed and I can tell a difference. It's not a big difference but there is one.
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