Nice numbers! It's good to see more justification to install suspension pieces that eliminate bind. Just out of curiosity, were both sets of weights taken with the swaybars connected?
Okay here are some numbers:
Weights with Old Stock suspension:
FL = 997 / FR = 956 = (41 lbs difference side to side)
LR = 695 / RR = 741 = (46 lbs difference side to side)
Weights after the DSE suspension:
FL = 976 / FR = 979 = (3 lb difference side to side)
LR = 728 / RR = 728 = (NO difference side to side)
The steering boxes are ready, were just waiting on the hose kit and the steering shaft to get done then it will be nice easy install. I will let everyone know when they are out....Scot, any more info on the steering box and shaft??
Just wondering. I have a Jeep shaft here and am sort of having second thoughts about it. Had a conversation with someone today and Im rethinking my standpoint on mods to my car.
BTW, I'm really lusting over those DSE parts you guys carry! If only I had about $3K lying around!
Great something else for the list of things I want to buy for the car.Now that it handles much better I needed something to hold me in place a bit more. Like many other people I didn't want to cut up the car by adding a cage just after doing the interior. So after seeing this harness that several of the guy's had competing at the pro-touring events. I decided to give them a try and I must say they work great!
Here is one of only a few options for you guy's who don't want to install a cage in your car but still want a DOT approved 4-point harness..
I just installed these in my car and MAN what a difference it makes holding you in the seat!!
Model: Ralley-4Great something else for the list of things I want to buy for the car.
Which model belts are those?
Does the lap belt anchor just get added on top of the stock seat belt bolt?
How does the rear disconnect for removal? Still need to put the kids back there once and a while.
Too Hard? You call doing this front brake upgrade in 2 hrs Hard? :biggrin:LOL You work to hard on putting parts on Scott. I need to give you a call and teach you a few this on how to tear a front end apart.
Looks like a good set up and I hope it works well for you.