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post #3 of (permalink) Old 04-09-2017, 08:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Trunk Monkey View Post
KONI's are discontinued for the MN12.

Do this: Tokico's in front, Bilsteins in back, fresh bushing all around. Get as many of the solid bushings from Jay as you can. See this thread for details.

Get the Vogtland springs you mentioned, a 1-1/4" ADDCO bar in the back and call it a day.

There may be other recommendations for front shocks but this will get you a solid performance suspension.
All of this is excellent advice. If you can find them, 89 SC front and rear sway bars are a nice upgrade (unless you go Addco). I am a big fan of chassis bracing. The more solid the chassis is, the more responsive to cornering inputs it will be since it will reduce flex through he metal. Front and rear tower braces, front and rear subframe bracing, etc.

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