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Anyone change their 360's suspension????

Discussion in '360/430' started by VividRacing, Apr 2, 2010.

  1. VividRacing

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    I've been looking at options and wanted to see everyone's feedback.

    If you have something done, pictures help...

    Thanks guys.

    Rob
     
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  3. SSR

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    If the shocks are ok leave them and just change the springs with Hypercoil Springs,360/430 challenge bar end links (use aurora ball joints and you will save like 2k)

    Balance and align use some R compound street tires like Corsa or MPSC and that's it.
     
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  5. SSR

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    #4 SSR, Apr 2, 2010
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    Sure you can only adjust your factory coil overs but the handling will be affected and your front facia will hit the road very bad !

    The springs I mentioned are the same lenght that the OEM,s just harder.do a search!
     
  6. Ingpr

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    When I meant "Do a search", I meant on a good way so Rob can see some pictures of the lowered Ferrari.
     
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  8. VividRacing

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    Just wondering if anyone switched the factory suspension, to say Moton Clubsports? Also wondering about pulling the factory sway bars and running larger adjustables.
     
  9. VividRacing

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    Will search it out though. I do like the simplicity of running stiffer springs just worried about the valving on 5 year old coilovers as they might need to be rebuilt.
     
  10. SSR

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    OEM swaybars are ok 360/430 street and challenge cars use the same ones.
    The problem with this cars is the spring rate if you lower the car the front facia will hit the road very bad so the solution to get a nice low ride height is to instal harder springs.
    If your local roads are ok use this:

    Front 425 lb 10"
    Rear 575 lb 10"

    Bad roads use:

    Front 450 lb 10"
    Rear 600 lb 10"

    Buy OEM new shocks and have fun.
     

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