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antik 11-03-07 06:07 AM

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Originally Posted by Blackend (Post 1152751)
I would be willing to put money on the fact that after the MLS is on, that feeling goes away.

The MLS bar does do wonders... it'll certainly help though depending how old worn your suspension is (or if anything is blown) it won't resolve it completely.

+1 for the MLS being a must have modification... even for folks not really in to performance and all, it does fantastic things to stabilize the vehicle :) In fact, it's such an amazing mod, I literally felt the difference backing out of my parents' garage and down the driveway (which curves a bit and has a small "ramp" to get from sidewalk level to street level - you know, typical suburbia driveway enterance): the tiny curves even felt solid and even though the bumps are small, the car was far less disturbed by them...

I really can understand why the tie bars would be a freaking amazing complement to the MLS bar... if only I had the dough.

AllCammedUp 11-05-07 08:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by antik (Post 1153508)
The MLS bar does do wonders... it'll certainly help though depending how old worn your suspension is (or if anything is blown) it won't resolve it completely.

+1 for the MLS being a must have modification... even for folks not really in to performance and all, it does fantastic things to stabilize the vehicle :) In fact, it's such an amazing mod, I literally felt the difference backing out of my parents' garage and down the driveway (which curves a bit and has a small "ramp" to get from sidewalk level to street level - you know, typical suburbia driveway enterance): the tiny curves even felt solid and even though the bumps are small, the car was far less disturbed by them...

Thanks for the replies, guys - it's certainly appreciated.

It'll be a little bit before I can get the MLS on w/ my work schedule and the like... weather here has turned foul as well.

I am, however, going to get struts and springs at the very least and swap them all out... the car needs it because it feels so unsettled going over bumps. I'm hopeful that once I do those and put the MLS bar on, I should be good.

Quote:

Originally Posted by antik
I really can understand why the tie bars would be a freaking amazing complement to the MLS bar... if only I had the dough.

Yeah, I wish I could justify them right now... but w/ what I'm going to have to buy... well... I'm lucky I bought the MLS a while back otherwise it'd be a no-go as well. :D

robertallinson 03-04-19 06:44 AM

Thanks


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