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      01-15-2013, 06:06 PM   #94
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Originally Posted by DallasBoosted View Post
I did the same thing, I got the UUC Swaybars, powerflex diff and subframe bushings, and the OS Giken diff done at the same time.

To me, the car seems FAR more controllable, not less... it grips and goes rather than shimmying around and snap-oversteering randomly... you can drift it if you want or you can tuck it in if you want, depending on what you do. I think the car will be tremendously easier to drive with the LSD and swaybars, myself.
Good to hear, I do have a shorter wheel base, but let's see. At least it gives me confort in knowing what to expect a bit. I'll increase the limit little by little to get used to it.

Thanks for the feedback.
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