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Originally posted by WydRyd
I really wouldn't have a clue to be honest... I'm only just starting to research this. I'm thinking perhaps it'd be cheaper/easier to just slip in some 31mm rear torsion bars and be done with it
I agree with your approach. Find the right torsion bar as a starting point. Glen Sanders makes good hollow bars that you can get thru, as well as other places.

I would be tempted to go with a 33mm instead of 31. These cars squat like crazy on the gas. The difference in spring rate between the two is not huge by any means. But 31 is fine if that's what you like.

Then, if you need a little more enhancement with the characteristics of a coil helper, you can run a small coil which won't strain your chassis.

But get the right torsion bar first. And also have your shocks revalved to match the rates.
Old 03-27-2007, 07:41 PM
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