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Old 09-22-2017, 01:58 PM
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I installed some Tein street basis 1 month ago and they feel alright. I'd like to improve the handling/cornering potential though. What should i do next? Something that wouldn't break the bank I was looking at some bushing sets from z1 but you maybe have a better suggestion! Let me know
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Maybe upgrade the sway bars & end links. There are a ton of threads about available options.

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Here's a recent thread.

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Originally Posted by zakmartin View Post
Maybe upgrade the sway bars & end links. There are a ton of threads about available options.
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Here's a recent thread.
Agreed- swaybars are probably the most cost effective mod for improving handling!
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Old 10-11-2017, 03:18 PM
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Originally Posted by pouchonnet View Post
I installed some Tein street basis 1 month ago and they feel alright. I'd like to improve the handling/cornering potential though. What should i do next? Something that wouldn't break the bank I was looking at some bushing sets from z1 but you maybe have a better suggestion! Let me know
Originally Posted by zakmartin View Post
Maybe upgrade the sway bars & end links. There are a ton of threads about available options.

Edit:
Here's a recent thread.
I agree with Zak.

After installing Tein S-Tech Springs and Bilstein B8 (SP) Shocks, I replaced the factory sway bars with Nismo JDM front and rear Sway Bars. That made a very noticeable handling improvement.

And, I believe there are better aftermarket sway bars (than the JDM’s I installed) that are adjustable, providing better “tuning” to your car’s handling.
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