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Old 20-02-2012, 07:06   #1
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Smile Evo 7 front Anti Roll Bar drop links, x2

New please....

Evo 7 front Anti Roll Bar drop links, x2

Also in need of 2 rear lower arm inner bushes.


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Old 20-02-2012, 07:37   #2
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Also, the car has been lowered quite a bit (tein coilovers)

Am I OK still running standard non adjustable drops, or should I be using adjustables?
I've no idea how to do to adjust them correctly though - i know it's just nuts and bolts, but I mean as far as geometry/understeer etc, I'm clueless


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Hi Ant,

what sort of deal....
How would I benefit from adjustables over standard.



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They are 15% off at the moment, they are stronger than standard and if you ever want the car fully setup with geo they are needed to adjust corner weight
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ahh ok, cheers Ant, I'll have a think it I'd ever get that level of geo done.
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