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i was going to do a cam install soon but won't have the money for a while but i would like to do some control arm installs i want the fully adjustable, what do you guys suggest best bang for the buck?
 

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check out maximum motor sports, i used there j&m uppers i got my lowers at steeda tho and lovem. with subframs connectors and springs your mustang will be able to take the curves pretty well and launch really agressive if you can get the right set up, adjustable struts are a nice thing to if you got the money.
 

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i got the bbk subframe connectors, i thought about the ford racing drag springs too but i dunno. i will check the j&m's out!
 

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lakewood also makes a set of 70/30 shocks for our cars anybody runnin those? i am going to remove the sway bar for better weight transfer, it will be a straight line car anyway no handling needed i am afraid of the 90/10 shocks though, my uncle had those on his 67 fairlane and it rode like ****!
 

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+1 on maximum motorsports
ive hurd nothin but the best from them.
 

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If you are going to drag race your car, and you're looking at the Maximum Motorsports LCAs, MAKE SURE TO GET THE EXTREME DUTY LCAs!!!

The "heavy duty" ones will NOT hold up to drag launches.

I know because I broke two of their LCA bushings dragracing the car.
 

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OP.. are your goals 1/4 mile ONLY or do you want good arms for DD and twisty use?

Jazzer :)
 

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I am with others here and go MM solid poly/poly or look into Baseline Suspension stuff. Either way, go with hardcore strong stuff so you don't need to replace them again or have failed bushings.

Jazzer :)
 
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