I have a base model Horizon(handling that is). What parts off what cars can I put on this to make it handle better on the cheap I.E no KYB's or hi dollar springs. Just your basic this had that, use it to do this.
Criag you really need stiffer springs:nodding: The struts and shocks are to aid in stablizing the responce the springs and tires take on with bumps and dips in the pavement. The shocks/struts are important for what they do, but the one's you have on hand I think would do more wonder's then you may think with a stiff spring.
I've got the 185/60-14's off a Geo storm now, Can't go to low on the springs or the header might bottom out on a good Oklahoma road.So Let me get back to you on the those, I've got a deal working to get a few bucks. As for the wheels... I bought a 1984 Shelby N/A new(wish i still had it) the handling on that thing was great!!!!!! I believe it pulled a .9 on the skid pad. Anyway the 4 lug Pizza's are hard to come by, I have a good friend that has a few 5 lugs he's offered but really don't want to change the hubs, I'm still looking for the 4 luggers. What about boxing the rear channel with some angle? I noticed when chancing the shocks the other day that it's has quite a bit of flex. Keep it coming guy more ideas the better TIA
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