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Old 12-16-2012, 07:45 PM   #13227
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Originally Posted by morris View Post
try running 2mm over ride height front and back.
run ur rear camber link at the furthest hole and the longest link.this will help keep the rear of the car planted.
what pistons you running and what spring combination?
Got the camber link on the rear longest setting as well as lowest setting on the tower. Definitely generated more grip.

I am running the red pistons front and rear (thats what the car came with) 10.5 springs on the rear, 15's up front.

Shocks on the rear as inner most hole on the tower, outer hole on the a-arm.

Front shocks are outer hole on the tower.

didn't have time to change oils but I believe they are 40W up front, 35W rear.

Got the 57 pistons (black) on order as I believe the setup I wanted to use had these up front.
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