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Old 04-22-2015, 09:36 PM
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Mine are form j&m, they where the first to use that bushing, Jim has the same ones I believe.
Why not use them on the ta?
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They will be going on the ta soon.
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Ganna need em for traction lol
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whats your opinion on solid vs hollow sway bars?
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Solid sways will be stiffer than a hollow sway bar, but weigh slightly more.

A 32mm solid bar will be as stiff as say a 36mm hollow bar(not factual, just am example)

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well im setting up for street application & some possible auto X. not wanting a drag suspension setup. I am looking at BMR and there's is hollow but Spohn is solid
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BMR's site says the front is a hollow 38mm and rear 25mm vs Spohn solid 32mm front & 22mm rear
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32H and 19S is what i'm running (WS6) Its pretty damn flat in the corners. I've also got SFC, LCA, STB as well but either of the sets you listed IMO streetable.
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Whats your opinion on non adjustable koni shocks vs adjustable koni shocks
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i like my adjustable AGX shocks. I've played with them a couple times. but honestly unless you are switching between street and autox i don't feel there is a need for them. however.... better to have the option and not need it than to need the option and not have it.

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