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I have Koni springs and kenny brown non adj rear LCA's. i know nothing about the quality of either. can someone tell me whether they're crap or not? lol.
 

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the kenny brown stuff is very good. i didnt know koni made springs, i know their shocks/struts are pretty good.
 

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sooo even tho they're non adj and both ends are poly bushings you think they're good? they fit amazingly well if that means anything lol. i can't find anything about the springs.
 

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most regular control arms arent adjustable, they are just a street orientated set up. more race orientated set ups are adjustable. i am running non adjustables right now in my car.
 

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theyre better for performance, they stiffen everything up and dont allow for much play in the bushing area.

Ideally for a street car you want poly in one side and a spherical bushing on the other (the debate is still on as to which side you want the spherical on, hahaha).

Poly in both sides is better than rubber in terms of resistance to deflection, but it also exacerbates the problem with the stock Mustang 4-link, namely being bind.

That being said, I would leave stick with what you've got unless you're chasing lateral g's.
 

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im probably going to change the springs regardless because i want more of a drop...but its good to know the control arms don't suck lol.
 

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Ideally for a street car you want poly in one side and a spherical bushing on the other (the debate is still on as to which side you want the spherical on, hahaha).."


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