Evildriver-3· Premium Member
I get alot of my suspension pieces from a place called Port City Racing and the sliders are also from them, they also sell other stuff , i will find the link for them and post it in here give me a few minutes to find itwillyjizz said:are those sliders custom made?
In that picture both of those RC's were mine , the other to tall RC i brought upstate and gave to my buddyterrorram said:ed3 is that your r/c,if it is do you still have it?I would love to check that truck out
You can use it on any car, it's advantages are no rubber bushings that give movement, and no shackle flex, it will lower the car a inch or so but that's about it , in my cars i use them and love them, in the GT the front spring is also moved up into the car , the front of the spring can be adjusted up or down, but getting back to the question yes the nylon in the spring eye has no deflection and there is no shackle so the is no movement of the rear in turns from side to side and aids in handling by keeping the suspension tight and the rear located by not having that sloppy movement from the shacklewillyjizz said:hmmm. what do they do for the handling? would they be good for a street car? an do they make em for A bodies. it looks like a trick way to drop an inch in the rear!
It's a universal thing they work on all carswillyjizz said:i fhey make em for A bodies Barracuda i think ill invest