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which would you guys reccommend? I am just about to start modding the suspension and i have no clue i was thinking about these because they seem like a good price but how much better are these than the stock ones? should i go with adjustable LCA's also should i do relocation brackets while i am doing the LCA's?
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post #2 of 16 Old November 29th, 2010, 11:07 PM
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Interested as well. Just ordered BBRs (non-adjustable).
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blow by racing got a awsome deal on there lca's right now 149 for there billit jobs, hava a look

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will do!
that a m90 in your sig pic?

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what makes the billet ones better just the material they are made out of? cause they aren't adjustable either and the bmr ones are only $116 shipped. are the billet ones that much better?

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For a super quiet upgrade I suggest J&M Products> 2005-Pres. Street Lower Control Arms - Patent Pending POLY-BALL Bushings

The bushing design requires you grease them once and never again. It's a patented design that uses 3 pieces, one that does the work and 2 outer pieces that seal and quiet the joint.

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I just ordered those bmr lca's and relocation brackets today. Heard great things about them, and they have great parts all around.



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good to hear seabee!
think i might go with them then

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will do!
that a m90 in your sig pic?
yes it is

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how do you like it?
what kind of #s?
i have just recently began thinking about looking into one i have just wondered if it would be enough power to satisfy me..i'm thinking that it would be fun to have though until i am able to afford a motor build, plus i freakin' love that whine! lol

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its good enough for me. #'s? I have no idea, I never dynoed it yet and its still on the stock pulley for now.

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ic, well good deal! they have that amazing whine like the termis that i love haha

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I have the BMR poly/rod non-adjustable LCA's and they are top notch quality. I just bought more parts from them on the Thanksgiving sale too. I have run my LCA's for over a year without so much as a peep.

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I picked those up personally onsite =D

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which would you guys reccommend? I am just about to start modding the suspension and i have no clue i was thinking about these because they seem like a good price but how much better are these than the stock ones? should i go with adjustable LCA's also should i do relocation brackets while i am doing the LCA's?
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If you have any questions, feel free to pick my brains!

As far as being better then stock, MUCH better. Can't even compare them.

As far as the brackets, they make a world of difference. I suggest them to everyone, as they benefit every combination.

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For a super quiet upgrade I suggest J&M Products> 2005-Pres. Street Lower Control Arms - Patent Pending POLY-BALL Bushings

The bushing design requires you grease them once and never again. It's a patented design that uses 3 pieces, one that does the work and 2 outer pieces that seal and quiet the joint.
Agreed. took me a bit to decide but Im happy with J&M and I have the CHE anti squat brackets.. and you cant beat the price. Hey Anthony, glad Andrew isnt here. LOL!!!
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