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kevin
10-29-2002, 10:10 PM
ok.

i need to hear from joe and thomas on this and ANYONE else who has some thots.

my winter project for this car is the rear wheel slip in hard turns. i'm tired of having to back off the throttle till it settles and grips.

looking for fixes. any ideas???

thomasmoran1
10-29-2002, 10:54 PM
OK here is what I recomend so take it for whats its worth....

1. a set of coil overs for the IRS (I happen to have a set lying around here that would get the job done if you are interested...).

2. Delrin bushings form Griggs.

3. An IRS brace

4. And most importanly a REALLY good diff. I know that Joe is happy with is torsen T2R and I really like the eaton in our car.

Thomas

kevin
10-29-2002, 11:04 PM
Originally posted by thomasmoran1
OK here is what I recomend so take it for whats its worth....

1. a set of coil overs for the IRS (I happen to have a set lying around here that would get the job done if you are interested...).

2. Delrin bushings form Griggs.

3. An IRS brace

4. And most importanly a REALLY good diff. I know that Joe is happy with is torsen T2R and I really like the eaton in our car.

Thomas

how is your irs different from mine?

thomasmoran1
10-29-2002, 11:12 PM
Originally posted by kevin
how is your irs different from mine?

Our IRS has the Kenny Brown tubular control arms,coilovers which are custom valved Koni aluminum racing shocks and urathane bushings all around. Plus the eaton diff with cooler. This winter we plan on adding the brace I talked about before. I think that if you only do one thing it should be the diff, its just that if you go all the way in there to do that then you might as well do some of the other stuff.

Thomas