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I plan on having MRT's street performance springs installed on 2679. These springs will lower 2679 about 1¼".

2679 is not a daily driver, and I am going more for street performance and looks, rather than track performance. I have a couple of questions:

1. Do I need to replace/upgrade my lower or upper control arms? Should they be adjustable or fixed?
2. Do I need to replace/upgrade the stock CC plates?
3. Do I need to replace/upgrade the stock Tokico shocks and struts, or will these marry up to the springs with little or no issues?

I don't want to skimp if one or more of the above mods need to be included with the lowering springs to round out the handling and performance ride.

Thanks in advance for your comments/input.
 

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I have the MRT street setup myself, I highly recommend Bilstein shocks to go with them. The car will ride better and handle better then stock.
 
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