I just went to scp to see the prices and god damn! 130$! I had them a while back and honestly hated them plus they didn’t last more than a year. And they still didn’t give me the feel I was looking for. Currently running SCP stock style bushings which to me suck cheecks.Heim joints will only make a difference if you are genuinely track racing your car.
Going to heims on the street is a good way to have the most uncomfortable, ungodly ride you'll ever experience. First hand experience from driving my buddies SN95 drift car.
I still have stock bushings everywhere on my car, save for the differential and the knuckles. And I throw my car into a drift at 80mph. They feel just fine.
I like the enthusiasm. But dont do that to a street car. Keep to the poly bushings from SCP if anything.
As it is the ride is pretty knarly, I’m running 18” saleen on 275/40/18. Full delrin in rear with solid irs mounts and I can feel like the front wheels move around too much when hitting pot holes, I just can’t stand it! I wouldn’t mind it the NVH was a bit more than it is now except if it actually handled well.
I found that qa1 sells ball joints needed for making a custom control arm I just don’t know which one would fit our lower spindle.I’d really like to go forward with thisas I have access to fabricators at my job and I’m sure they can do this. Just need all material and a jig of our stock arms. I’d even scratch the idea of heims and go for bushes sleeves on the ends. I recently seen this joints called Johnny joints that supposedly are better than heims
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