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post #121 of 127 Old 12-13-2014
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I just got the pro coil overs, sub frame risers, full rear multi angle pieces, and front super angle kit from them. im in san diego so they are installing and tuning it all for me next week. cant wait to get the car out drifting after.
i also got there wheel spacer kit and drift hand brake setup.
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I'm veeeery interested in what I've been reading here. Approaching 30k on the clock and my car is starting to rattle apart. I'm going to start with a collar kit and some rear toe rods to tighten things up, and then the PBM coilovers.

Because I'm not planning on drifting the car, and I'm not going to lay it on the ground, I'd like to hear if anyone has experience using PBM-equipped cars on a road course and/or "spirited" street driving. Particularly how the handling, ride and NVH compared to stock in those conditions.
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handling = perfect and if it isn't you need to adjust something. everything is right there for you to work with. zero deflection bushings and every possible adjustment means its awesome
ride = rough, firm, track car, perfectly connected to the road
nvh = manageable but definitely beyond street car normalities

i'm on full PBM everything since day one and daily driven. at 55k now

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i'm on full PBM everything since day one and daily driven. at 55k now
By full PBM, that means you went with every link, the steering angle kit, solid bushings, as well as the coil over kit?
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Thats way too much for me. I just want the fully adjustable coilovers on there.
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1320drift, I'm going with your wheel setup, and you went 245/40/18 all the way around. Could you go wider on the front without rubbing on turns?
My GC isn't lowered because I'd never make it out off my driveway.
Curious the widest you could go.
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