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post #7 of (permalink) Old 03-20-2017, 04:21 PM
Grog6
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I think you're thinking of @jco1385 . I'm following his lead in his suspension thread and getting Poly everything where possible.
The handling is certainly different with the all poly setup.

I changed from a setup with konis and front sport springs only, to konis, poly rear everything, DLF's irs bushings, and sport springs all around.



The sport springs are too stiff (and tall) for the rear; with all the poly, it's almost solid, lol.

It handles very well, but does not feel like it has the finesse in handling that it had.

I'm actually building another set of arms with stock bushings to try, and see if I like it better.

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