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Old 06-30-2017, 06:20 AM   #31
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how are the Bc's riding?
The BC's actually ride really well for what you pay for them. The only issue is the noises that occur. Had the rear clunking issue everyone seems to have but that was solved 9 months ago. The coils currently have an occasional squeak on the front passenger side that I still haven't been able to pinpoint the source of. Control arm bushings, top hat bushings were all replaced as a precaution and I also re-lubed every single bushing I could find in the front. The noise has subsided for the most part but does come back on longer drives.

This is actually my 2nd set of BC's. First one failed after a hitting a pothole on the highway that was deep enough to blow my front driver side strut. In hindsight, I should have shelled out more for the 2nd set (either Fortune Auto or KW). I will most likely be sticking to the BC setup unless I find a good enough deal to go Air Suspension
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Nice build....subbing
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Old 07-31-2017, 09:49 AM   #33
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Coming back to the states on Thursday. Will be picking up the car by the end of the week. Stay tuned!
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Pictures of the setup coming soon. Car is back in my hands and the driving experienced is transformed. Prior to this, the car on bolt-ons was running 278 to the wheels. After the install and running in similar atmospheric conditions on the same dyno, the stillen kit upped the power to 380whp. Future goals are now to break the 400whp mark
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Pictures of the setup coming soon. Car is back in my hands and the driving experienced is transformed. Prior to this, the car on bolt-ons was running 278 to the wheels. After the install and running in similar atmospheric conditions on the same dyno, the stillen kit upped the power to 380whp. Future goals are now to break the 400whp mark
That's some good news! Look forward to details & pics.
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