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Old 04-13-2019, 12:33 AM   #37
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Nice! I think the way the car handles unexpected bumps is easiest to call out but you'll notice everything they do over time.

I got my Whiteline bushings after the collars so I'm interested to hear what you feel in comparison. When I installed the whiteline bushings the car felt lifted a bit more than with the spoon collars alone, most likely because the old bushings were well mushed and the new bushings just set everything back into proper place. If you enjoyed the whiteline bushing upgrade the collars will make you happy for sure!

Get Cusco top mounts too, if you don't already have them.
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Old 04-13-2019, 10:24 AM   #38
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Nice! I think the way the car handles unexpected bumps is easiest to call out but you'll notice everything they do over time.

I got my Whiteline bushings after the collars so I'm interested to hear what you feel in comparison. When I installed the whiteline bushings the car felt lifted a bit more than with the spoon collars alone, most likely because the old bushings were well mushed and the new bushings just set everything back into proper place. If you enjoyed the whiteline bushing upgrade the collars will make you happy for sure!

Get Cusco top mounts too, if you don't already have them.
I have trd top mounts which are a stiffer rubber and so far the car handles very tight on the track with slicks, down the road I'll look into the cusco top mounts but for now I'm happy with the suspension set up - 7kf and 9kr spring rates currently
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