have a set of alum CVDs place front or rear?
i just got a pair of alum CVD and i have a TC3....should i install the cvds to the front or the rear of the car....for better handling for now. i'll be getting the other pair in like another couple of weeks.
i was thinking of installing the CVDs up front so that it could handle better in turns.
but then i got to think of it...that the motor is in the rear...and i want for power to the rears...
i was told that alum CVDs are better than composite bc there is less or no twist on the alum CVDs true or false