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      08-25-2011, 04:56 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by jackass1 View Post
Harold,

Couple questions. Dont really know a lot about suspension stuff, so forgive my questions if they are not applicable.
1. So would this kit improve handling?
2. Is there a benefit to adding a sway bar kit with this set up?
3. I would like to do coilovers eventually for ride height.
Basically want a car that feels like it's on rails. But also would like it to be tolerable as a daily driver.
Thanks
Yes, more camber and less bushing deflection.

To reduce body roll, anti roll bar will help, but not necessary to install with this control arm kit.

I am afraid there is not a setup that will do both, you will have to compromise and decide which one of the two is more important to you and approach it that way. If you are concerned about ride quality, you will want a Koni based coil overs for the best ride possible. With careful selection of springs rates, you can have good handling. And if you have the budget for it, the double adjustable Koni can make be adjusted for great track use.

Harold