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Did some work to improve handling, and clearance. My favorite parts are the Megan Racing 2-way adjustable sway bars, relatively stiff in the rear, coupled with the smooth and sturdy Moog end links . They addressed the understeer and body roll when cornering, especially on those 270* highway ramps. The effective lift measured at the front and rear tow hooks was as advertised at plus 1.5 inches.

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Hey there. Thinking of doing a similar setup on my 2nd gen, wanted to ask you a couple questions. With the dobinsons springs, should I install a engine/transmission drop kit? Or have the axles been ok in your experience so far? Also, is there anything you would have done differently? Thanks, and cool car!!!
 

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Hey there. Thinking of doing a similar setup on my 2nd gen, wanted to ask you a couple questions. With the dobinsons springs, should I install a engine/transmission drop kit? Or have the axles been ok in your experience so far? Also, is there anything you would have done differently? Thanks, and cool car!!!
I had a set of Dobbinsons on my Gen 2 (2005) when I lived in Jamaica, and they were great. No engine/tranny drop kit needed. Axles were fine and according to Dobbinsons rep, stock shocks/struts are ok to use too. The only thing I needed were adjustable upper control arms to properly align. I highly recommend them. I'm getting a set for my new (2006) as soon as the come back into stock.
 

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I had a set of Dobbinsons on my Gen 2 (2005) when I lived in Jamaica, and they were great. No engine/tranny drop kit needed. Axles were fine and according to Dobbinsons rep, stock shocks/struts are ok to use too. The only thing I needed were adjustable upper control arms to properly align. I highly recommend them. I'm getting a set for my new (2006) as soon as the come back into stock.
Awesome man. I appreciate the info! Do you have a particular brand of adjustable upper control arms that you reccomend? Or does it not matter as much? Thanks
 
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