Other chassis improvements to consider
By clicking on the available links for upgrades, you can familiarize
yourself with the enhancements these cutting edge products provide.
things can affect the ride height; including engine size, aluminum heads,
intakes, the addition or removal of air conditioning systems, engine size,
battery relocation, fiberglass hoods, racing aprons etc, etc.
The performance springs can be set closer
to the stock ride height by using the 1" "Insulator Option" below. Ride heights are
referring to the stock, right off the assembly line heights. Most cars have
sagged over the years so actual height lowering may vary from these numbers.
Additional lowering may be accomplished by doing the
UCA Lowering Jig. When doing the
Relocation, we recommend going with the SOT Reinforced, Realigned
Upper Control Arms
or SOT Upper and Lower Kits
or TCP Tubular
Adjustable Realigned Upper /
Lower Control Arm kits. The addition
of chassis stiffening items like subframe connectors and shock tower
supports to the will further improve the unibody's flexible
design to be more rigid and predictable while under cornering loads.
When selecting rear stabilizers, on a street driven vehicle, it's
best to choose either a sway bar, or a panhard bar, but both
together is best for track conditions. The use of the adjustable
panhard bar will require modification to your current exhaust. The
rear sway bars we offer are not made to work with OE rear sway bar
cars. However it can be modified to work. All leaf springs are shipped out of
box as required by Fed Ex and UPS.
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