Best off getting adjustable rear tie arms which allow the rear camber to be corrected when lowering the car. Without them, on a lowered car, your rear tyres will wear out on the insides too fast.BraveStarr said:planning to buy KW V2 this summer/fall
maybe with H&R anti-roll bars
What other parts are recomended to buy/upgrade when fitting coilover kit?
parts that will be worn out faster than when the original shocks and springs are mounted.
Yes it is worth getting the tie bars for this heightBraveStarr said:This car is mainly going to be used to and from work. and of course on some curve roads.
When are the adjustable rear tie arms needed? planning to get it down about 25-30mm
Clunking when turning the steering wheel is normally the top mount bearings. If it is these, then you might as well change the top mount bushes too, as they come out at the same time anyway.skierandy said:top mount bushes and bearings - think mine have gone as its started to clunk a bit.
should i replace front and rears?
sorry if i hijacked thread a bit :mellow: