What LCA's do you suggest? I read in SCC a while backUltraMagneticAL said:by lowering you change the suspension geometry. a good LCA should adjust the geometry so that the springs and struts will be more effective. another reason is weight savings.
HAHA! Damn! And I thought I was "in the dark" :lol2.charliemopps24 said:Maybe it's just me, but when I see someone's car that has LCA's, I think they have a good idea of what is the correct way to build a car.
No, some people only mod there cars with horsepower parts. Plus its real pretty to look under the back of a car and see some gold or polished aluminum LCA's.BlueBallz said:HAHA! Damn! And I thought I was "in the dark" :lol2.
Right now I have stock, (well, Integra's, since my Si
didn't come with a rear swaybar). Always up on improving
that "go-kart" feel, though :w00t!