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Im lookin to see if anyone knows of any good suspension deals goin on or packages. Also, what all does cusco make for our cars? Im not really clear on that yet. Ive heard this and that or does anyone have an actually product list? Anyways...last question. Who all has the suspension tech sway bars? And if so, how is the performance difference? Also, anyone try the TrueSusupension set-up yet(any of the stages)? Thanks all

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Sorry i meant TrueChoice...

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by nismo200:
Im lookin to see if anyone knows of any good suspension deals goin on or packages. Also, what all does cusco make for our cars? Im not really clear on that yet. Ive heard this and that or does anyone have an actually product list? Anyways...last question. Who all has the suspension tech sway bars? And if so, how is the performance difference? Also, anyone try the TrueSusupension set-up yet(any of the stages)? Thanks all
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IIRC Cusco only makes camber plates for our cars, which Stillen then sells. You can get suspenion techniques swa bars from www.discountiredirect.com and/or www.tirerack.com, I forget which.




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I have the Truechoice Stage II setup with the motivational rear coilover upper mounting plate and stillen camber plates up front. So I have Koni single adjustables (for rebound I believe) with 300lb/in springs in front and 250 in the rear. I LOVE this setup! As long as I don't drop much below 2", I won't bottom out on anything except the biggest ones. I did have it dropped about 3 inches and was bottoming out on some of the more messed up roads.

Just for reference.. the Koni's are shortened at least one inch vs. stock struts. And I'm running 300 lb springs in the front. With the 3" drop, I only had like 3/4" of travel before I hit the bumpstop. So anyone running stock height struts with even a 2" drop is pretty close to riding on the bumpstops. If you want to go low and have a car that handles great, you MUST get shortened struts. You'll also need some way of correcting the camber. Even with my plates set at the least negative camber, I still have like -1.3 degrees with a bit more than 2" drop. My car still pushes at slower speeds but when cornering at higher speeds (60+), it's pretty neutral and that's with the rear shocks on the softest setting. I can get the nose to tuck in with lift throttle. It won't go into oversteer though with the shocks on the softest setting in the rear.

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JCWhitney for the ST Bars. They are 25% for us till 8/31...The code is...(go gets magazine)
Program Code DDAC1
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25% off till 8/31/01
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ST Sway Bars
95-97 200SX & 95-97 Sentra Stk No. 07WQ2671R 229.95
91-94 Sentra (w/rear factory swat bar) 07WQ2670A 229.95
 

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How much did the Stage II cost you?
 

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Truechoice Stage II+ (plus is for the shortened struts and shocks). Single adjustable konis, Eibach ERS springs, progressive bump stops.... ~$1700+ Can't quite remember. And you have to send in your stock struts.

Stillen Camber plates ~$330.
Motivational rear plates ~$60

With the motivational plates comes these rubber bushings which go between the bottom of the plate and the top spring collar. I bought a polyurethane tube of a pretty hard durameter and used it instead. Reason being, one time I spun out on a track and that compressed the rubber bushing creating some slack so then the nut on the shaft was loose. Don't have to worry about that polyurethane compressing like that anymore.

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