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    Car: Ae86
    Car use (e.g grip/drift): Hills, drift, daily
    Front Struts: Ae86 AJPS Coilovers
    Spring Rate/ Free Height: 6kg / 230mm
    Inserts (brand/model): Bilstein monotube inverted
    LCA's: Corona, with 93a inner bush new joints etc
    RCA's (size if you have them): cusco 30mm
    Strut Tops: Cusco Adjustable
    Front Sway Bar: Stock
    Castor Arms: Stock, with new bushes, max adjustment
    AJPS motor sport tie rod ends
    super pro rack bushes
    t3 steering arms


    Rear

    T18 diff

    Rear Springs: AJPS 4.5kg/mm
    Rear Shocks: Bilstein short stroke
    Panhard Rod: unknown adjustable
    Traction brackets: lowest setting on AJPS items
    Swaybar - stock
    Bracing: no name front and rear stut braces ultra front fender braces

    Pro's: seems to work well can't complain to much
    Con's: maybe a bit soft. getting beached on speed hump. breaking the exhaust.

    Extra Comments: need bigger sways bars.
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    nice setup dude, give us a yell if you want the shocks tuned can have em sent down and redamped to suit, might not even need different swaybars

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    what are the T3 steering arms like?
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    Car: Sliding ke70
    Car use (e.g grip/drift): Daily/drift
    Front Struts: Xt130
    Spring Rate/ Free Height: 5kg Pedders
    Inserts (brand/model): KYB Excel G Short Strokes
    LCA's: Xt130
    RCA's (size if you have them): 40mm AJPS
    Strut Tops: T3 adjustable
    Front Sway Bar: STOCK
    Castor Arms: STOCK AS THERES NO NEED

    Rear Springs: Cut STOCKOS
    Rear Shocks: Koni Yellows
    Panhard Rod: Custom Adjustable handmade
    4 Link: STOCK

    Bracing: Kelway Front Strutbrace, Custom Rear weld-in brace

    Pro's: Really stiff in the front
    Con's: not so much in the back

    Extra Comments: i love it all i need is more money and POWER!!!!

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    Car: 86
    Car use (e.g grip/drift): drift
    Front Struts: s13 hsd
    Spring Rate/ Free Height: 8kg
    Inserts (brand/model): hsd i guess?
    LCA's: s13/86 half half
    RCA's (size if you have them): n/a
    Strut Tops: cusco
    Front Sway Bar: std 86
    Castor Arms: std extra thread cut

    Rear Springs: 6kg
    Rear Shocks: kyb excelg
    Panhard Rod: whiteline
    REAR SWAYBAR whiteline 18mm adj

    4 Link: poly urethane lowers adj whiteline uppers.

    Bracing: whiteline front strut top

    Pro's: s13 front gear is hard to get to work well but works well when you get a handle on it all.
    Con's: had to wind out -4 deg to stop understeer

    Extra Comments: its fairly simple as sus setups go but i just drive the car tot he conditions opposed to adjusting shit all the time.



    Car: 86
    Car use (e.g grip/drift): street drift
    Front Struts: std
    Spring Rate/ Free Height: std chopped
    Inserts (brand/model): std
    LCA's: xt130
    RCA's (size if you have them): nope
    Strut Tops: std
    Front Sway Bar: whiteline 27mm
    Castor Arms: std

    Rear Springs: 4.5kg
    Rear Shocks: std
    Panhard Rod: std
    SWaybar whiteline 18mm non adj
    4 Link: std

    Bracing: none

    Pro's: real soft street ride with decent cornering
    Con's: spring rate is a little low in the front

    Extra Comments: have taken it tot he track a couple of times and drifted ok but seemed to dig in front wheel
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    Quote Originally Posted by shift_rook View Post
    nice setup dude, give us a yell if you want the shocks tuned can have em sent down and redamped to suit, might not even need different swaybars
    I might try a rear sway bar first then maybe 8kg/6kg springs and if i'm not happy with that ill pm you about messing with the shocks.

    T3 arms are good. but if your running RCA i would get longer bolts than you would normally use as they are a bit thicker than the standard arms. i'm only running them on the out setting because my wheel hit the body before i run out of lock.

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    whats the relocation of the panhard rod mounting for dave?
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    Car: AE86
    Car use (e.g grip/drift): Grip/Daily
    Front Struts: 86 struts converted to coil-over
    Spring Rate/ Free Height: 8kg/200mm
    Inserts (brand/model): KYB AGX 4-way adjust
    LCA's: Corona's
    RCA's (size if you have them): 33mm
    Strut Tops: Cusco
    Front Sway Bar: Whiteline 24 odd mm
    Castor Arms: Factory 86

    Rear Springs: 215mm 6kg AJPS/Aurora Springs
    Rear Shocks: TRD Blue 8 way adjust
    Panhard Rod: Noltec Adjustable
    4 Link: Factory 86

    Bracing: Whiteline Front Strut Brace, AJPS Rear/Harness Brace

    Pro's: Fairly predictable, great turn in and just feels comfortable.

    Con's: Little stiff for shitty roads at times.

    Extra Comments: Great set-up for me.

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