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      12-22-2012, 08:23 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by DallasBoosted View Post
The M3 guide rods and upper links aren't really needed; not to say they aren't an improvement but I think the consensus is that the improvement is so small relative to the cost that its not worth it.

If I was going to replace the guide rod and upper link, I'd do it with AKG control arms.

I'd be wary of buying anything from a place called "flushstance" ...

I don't have any real data on the swaybars. The hotchkiss are probably fine but I'd look for ones that are adjustable. Thats what made me get the UUC bars.
great info! The BC BR "flush stance" go lower than normal....I am getting regular stance. I am on H&R springs and it s a bit low, when I get oil overs I wanted them to only go maybe 1"+ lower than stock.
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