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Celicaracer18
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Celicaracer18 Jan 13, 4:14pm - #81479 

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suspension question

does anyone knowwel thissetup would work
Hotchkis strutbar w/camber links, rear camberlinks, sway bars
and ground control(i think is just springs, if so what shocksdo iget, whats the best)

i like ground control because its easy to adjust andi really want adjustable coilovers, does anyone know of any other better adj. coilovers

thanx in advance
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trog2233
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trog2233 Jan 13, 4:16pm - #81480 

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Skunk2 , Tein, can't remember anymore right now grin
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Celicaracer18
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Celicaracer18 Jan 13, 4:21pm - #81481 

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how do all of these work with hotchkis camber links

i did asearch and i found a bounch of kits inthe past week,but i am wanting to how they work with the hotchkis products

i heard some springs and shocks don't work well together, or with hotckis,

^^ skunk 2 and tien, what?, please specify
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RoMkApOmKa
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RoMkApOmKa Jan 13, 8:19pm - #81482 

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Originally Posted by Celicaracer18
how do all of these work with hotchkis camber links

i did asearch and i found a bounch of kits inthe past week,but i am wanting to how they work with the hotchkis products

i heard some springs and shocks don't work well together, or with hotckis,

^^ skunk 2 and tien, what?, please specify

Hotchkins camber links will work with anything...
And i belive you need Hotchkins Camber links only if your drob aroun 2" or lower,If it's around 1.5" Your stock camberlinks will be ok to correct the alighment.
P.S.After you lower your car your rims wiil looks like that
/---\ front and rear and after alighment it should looks like that I---I. And you need Hotchkins camber links to keep your (REAR)rims straght koz stock camberlinks was not design for very low drop.
P.P.S. And for front you can buy eibach alighment kit for only $26
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Celicaracer18
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Celicaracer18 Jan 13, 10:07pm - #81483 

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ok thanx, the front camber links come with the strut bar

and i thought i read somewhere on here that the hotchkis strutbar and canber link combo didn't work well with some type of springs or shocks, can't remember details, does anyone know about that
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hephaestus
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hephaestus Jan 14, 1:09am - #81484 
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I had posted something like that awhile ago about Tein coilovers and Hotchkis strut bar. From my own experience it aided in destroying my front two dampers which cost me around $750 to get replaced air mailed from Japan. I still have the camber links on and have nothing to complain about them other than they are pretty rusted not the polished aluminum part.
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Celicaracer18
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Celicaracer18 Jan 14, 1:54am - #81485 

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oh ok thanx
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trdhondakiller Jan 14, 5:26am - #81486 
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Yeah I have eiabach groundcontrol too. They are just as good as skunk2 coilover. the tein springs are great but your not going to get the drop like you do w/ the eibach groundcontrols. w/ the tein springs you don't need the rear camber links. because the drop isn't enough. w/ your groundcontrols though you may want to replace your struts. to like a kyb or tokico. I am about to do that to mine in the next 3 weeks I'll let you know how it goes.
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Celicaracer18
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Celicaracer18 Jan 16, 4:12pm - #81487 

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Originally Posted by trdhondakiller
Yeah I have eiabach groundcontrol too. They are just as good as skunk2 coilover. the tein springs are great but your not going to get the drop like you do w/ the eibach groundcontrols. w/ the tein springs you don't need the rear camber links. because the drop isn't enough. w/ your groundcontrols though you may want to replace your struts. to like a kyb or tokico. I am about to do that to mine in the next 3 weeks I'll let you know how it goes.


where did you get ur grond control, how much $
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Celicaracer18
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Celicaracer18 Jan 17, 6:25pm - #81488 

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^^anybody
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