RCE springs, Group N mounts and whiteline swaybars with kartboy endlinks. that should be pretty sufficient.boataholic said:06 Sti, daily driver with a 20 mile daily commute part highway never offroad but would like to take the car to the track sometime in the future.
People don't mention the ball joint relocator because many don't have experience with it. I could have also added the TIC or GTspec fender crowls, and then also said the WL steering rack bushing, but usually people say springs, sways, mounts and camber plates as they are usually a good starting point that will help you a lot. I guess its a normal think to say.whitson01 said:i still dont know why people dont mention stuff like the alk, ball joint relocater and other misc stuff like bushings (which are pretty cheap and help out a lot).. i guess springs and sways and mounts are a given.. but especially the first 2 mods.. from what ive read they are suspose to position the wheel/tires correctly when turning/cornering which will put the most contact patch of the tire to the ground without having to camber the crap out of your front end.. which is normally not tire friendly.. now if i have that correct those would be the best daily driver (and anyoneelse) mods.. anyone agree?
you need to also get the bump steer fix (tie rod extender) or your camber curve will be SOL'dwhitson01 said:i still dont know why people dont mention stuff like the alk, ball joint relocater