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Also, gusseting not required for helpers with torsions
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Old 10-13-2007, 09:49 AM
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the groove is machined in by? Clint?
there is the option of sending yours in and having this done.
I think this could be done locally but if someone accidentally penetrates the body, you'd be in a bind

that is correct clint does machine them in and will do them on exchange basis. infact jerry has a core set for you guys.. there work spectacular on my car and the fronts are very cool as well. I believe he has 935 spring plates in the works as well
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I use Clints rear coilovers (no torsion bars). They are well made. Mine are coupled with custom valved shocks and I am very pleased.

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rebelracingproducts .com is where they come from and his car is one our conversion turbo kit on his carrera
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I was probably asleep.

So, did Jerry use the dropped spindles for the front. I read that he was trying to prevent squatting,, but the car looks properly lowered over stock.

And, if he did go with the RSR fronts is the bump-steer kit required.


Is this the front with bump-steer addition showing?

I guess I am not sure what my total package should be, and I confess I haven't search around to in depth. I mainly got sucked in here, guys, forgive me.
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Yes that is the bump steer kit you see in the pic. If you use raised spindle struts it is required. I meaured my bumpsteer and ended up lengthening my SPR kit (the already long one) to get a good bump curve. Then I gussetted and welded it to the steering arm.....

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Thanks, Jeff. It looks like an awesome setup that would transform the stock car into an all out performer. How will I know exactly what torsion size to go with though?
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jerry only used the rears as long as me but may do the front as well
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I don't have bilstein struts, so isn't gonna happen for a while, if ever. I keep telling myself I'm done with this car until it explodes. But a couple months go by here and there and I can't help but buy stuff for it.
it's a disease for sure
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