jim lusk will be able to tell you... i would say heavy duty leaf springs,atleast .920 torsion bars and front and rear sway bars.... i would think that would be the cheapest and easiest way to do it...
bbscamp said:how do you box in a LCA? picts? thx
There not that hard to make either. I did mine with a cut-off wheel and a hole-saw.abodyjoe said:bbscamp said:how do you box in a LCA? picts? thx
here are the lower control arm plates.. looks like they are only $20...
other than what Jim has listed here, which is a great package, i'd upgrade to some good brake pads and rear shoes. might not hurt to run braided steel brake lines and some high end brake fluid. i've boiled mine from running it hard. ;DJim_Lusk said:You don't need $550 shocks. KYB's are fine for about 1/4 (or less) of that. I'd keep it simple.
.920 or .990 torsion bars.
Aftermarket sway bars front and rear.
Good 15 or 16 inch wheels (I'd go with 15s)
"H" rated or better tires. Kuhmo has some good offerings for a good price.
Everything else is nice, but for a great street handler you won't notice much difference. You may notice the difference on a race track, though.