I have been a 4x4 guy for years. My Bullitt is my first endeavor into the car world. My question is, is it smart to go ahead and and do subframe connectors before I lower the car? Also, what connectors and springs do ya'll reccomend.
The Pro-Kits look great IMHO, but they were too low for me using the Bullitt as a daily driver. If I was able to keep it as a weekend car only, I would reinstall the Pro-kits. They look just right. They bring it down about 3/4" lower than the stock springs which is about 1.5" lower than a standard GT.
Subframe connectors get rid of almost all chassis flex and squeaks/rattles. I will pull these retarded bolt in ones off and have some real ones welded in. I will most likely get the Maximum motorsports ones. Too bad Kenny Brown isn't doing his thing anymore.
I have MM Full length subframes with H&R sport springs (Would have went with Super Sport springs but I have 20" rims) and Billisten(sp?)shock/struts. I have been making M3s and M5s very mad when racing thru the canyons...LOL
MRT street springs with Bilstein shocks is a great combo. lowers car aproximately another 3/4", handles better and better quality of ride. Welded subframes are a definate inprovement for stiffening of car which helps with handling.
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