All good stuff, but you left out the two most important:From low to high money wise, here's what I always recommend to my friends.
This would be for a stock car that's going for low 11's to 10.90's.
6pc lower body bushing set (Kirban #7307)
GNX Upper body bushings (Kirban #6740)
Front frame braces (Kirban #6564 or GBody Parts)
Underhood brace set (Kirban #6744 or GBody Parts)
Rear seat brace set (Kirban #1586 or other)
Connecting front brace (Kirban #6756 Note: Works best on cars with stock intercooler. Modifications required if front mount IC or larger SLIC)
HR Parts N Stuff lower control arms (HR Parts)
HR Parts N Stuff non adjustable upper control arms (HR Parts)
1" rear sway bar (UMI, BMR or Spohn)
Air Lift Dual air bag kit for rear coil springs (all vendors)
RJC Racing HD rear motor brace (RJC Racing)
Stock replacement or Energy Suspension front a-arm bushings
BMR, Energy Suspesion Front Sway bar end links & bushings (If you retain the front sway bar that is, but best removed for best weight transfer.)
BMR, Energy Suspension front sway bar mounts and bushings (If you retain the front sway bar)
Bilstein, KYB stock replacement shocks (If not planning on hard drag racing)
HR Parts N Stuff driveshaft safety loop
HR Parts N Stuff poly transmission mount
If serious drag racing, down to low 9's in the 1/4 mile:
Lakewood, QA-1, Viking, or Strange 90/10 front shocks and single adjustable 50/50 rear shocks. (Optional: Adj coil overs front and rear)
HR Parts N Stuff rear sway bar / anti roll bar kit (HR Parts N Stuff or other vendor)
HR Parts N Stuff Adjustable upper and lower control arms (HR Parts N Stuff)
Tubular front upper and lower a-arms (BMR, G-Body Parts or other)
This should be a good starting point.
Things can get crazy once you start building a 8 second and faster combo.
If you're looking for custom ride height and no serious drag racing, Scot's setup above is the way to go.
Whats up Patrick?If you're looking for custom ride height and no serious drag racing, Scot's setup above is the way to go.
Hey Scot, I'm doing good.Whats up Patrick?
This "StreetGrip" suspension has actually (Lowered) 60' times due to the adjustable shocks that come with this kit... Same dampening adjustments as their coil overs.
Umi is is worthy of a mention as well as their stuff is well made .
That's what's great about Scott, he tests at lot of difference parts himself so if anyone knows what's good and what's not or what'll work and what won't, it's Scott.Please support the supporting vendors here before anywhere else. We are a UMI dealer that is also here for you in knowing Exactly what will fit your car and what will not, UMI uses GNS Performance for test fitment and all questions regarding the GN's. We are Very close friends with Ryan & Ramey.