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post #1 of 9 Old January 17th, 2013, 07:16 AM Thread Starter
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FLSFC, Tubular K's, etc...

I'm searching for things to buy while the car is up for the winter... Who has opinions on sub frame connectors and tubular K's to help with my spending spree?
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post #2 of 9 Old January 17th, 2013, 08:09 AM
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Auto-x or road racing - Maximum Motorsports FLSFCs and K-member or Griggs
Drag racing - Maximum Motorsports FLSFCs and whatever company k-member
Street - Probably anything, but I would still go with Maximum Motorsports

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Maximum motorsports FLSFC for sure like brtnstrns said. K member I dont know havent done much research on them.



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I'd recommend maximum motorsports flsfc. It's a great upgrade suspension wise.

With the k member. It depends on what your goals are, whether your going coilover setup or what. I'd recommend to do it all while your there but u can also purchase and do without. I know for sure aje sells a k member with spring perches that u can run with stock a arms and no coilovers.




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Whatever you do, do not go with a QA1 K-member! If you're not going to road course or fly around corners I'd go with a UPR K.


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FLSFC, Tubular K's, etc...

+1 on the MM FLSFC's. get the XL's and not the original tho. They are longer than the OG's.

Also do a full cage lol. That's what I'm doing


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Before you spend money on a tubular k, what all's done to your rear suspension? Whatever your purpose, (assuming if you're starting from stock or mostly stock) there's more gain to be had for your dollar out back.

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