just put on the bmr lower rear control arms and ho/ha rear sway bar.
the front bolts on the control bars are a @#$)* to get off because they are inside the frame.
both the front and the rear bolts on the control arms are a #@[email protected]
# to torque because of limited space
the sway bars bolts are a piece of cake
what the hell is the shop manual talking about a speed sensor being attached to the control arms? didn't see anything like that...
with the ho/ha rear bar and the stock front bar, it handles pretty decently (feels much better than before, but i usually dont push the car very hard anyway)... i thought the ride would be a lot harsher, but it actually seems like when i go over bumps now they don't jar me as much as before
the stock arms are flimsy garbage
bmr rear control arms are pretty nice quality
which way is up on the ho/ha rear bar? i put the indention near the bolts to the up side...
i'm going to put the f body front bar on tomorrow.
i think the key may be that a totally neutral setup probably isn't that dangerous unless you are really pushing your car and don't know what a neutral setup feels like. but if you are going to be driving like this, you need to slowly find your limits and always know where they are.. i hardly ever push my car at all, so i think i'm safe with the ha/ho rear and f body front...
what do you guys think?