BCR Coilovers, bump-steer kit, front shock-tower brace and maybe upgraded sway bars.
If that doesn't quite do it, you can get whatever bushings are available, but there aren't any upgraded bushings for the front of an AWD car, either.
2007 TorRed SXT/AWD: Gone, but not forgotten!
2011 Mustang GT Premium, Kona Blue
2007 Ram 1500 4x4
"I reject your conjecture and substitute my actual experience."
my bad front right axle half...
2007 Charger R/T AWD
Predator, 180 T-stat, 20" Charger SRT Replicas, Custom Exhaust, BCR Coilovers, CF SRT 8 Hood, Honeycomb Grill, Rear Diffuser, Daytona lip, Carbon Fiber Accents, HID's, R1 Rotors, Hawk Pads.
So many mods, so little money...
I was about to ask that :D
I was not aware of a right and left driveshaft
I'm running the BCR's, and am at 28.5" all around (measuring from the ground to the top-center of the wheel well). I've 255/55/18's that're tucked underneath it, and have done a full rebuild of my front suspension since doing so (probably half of that was wear and tear, I AM at 151,000), and need a new front-left CV Joint (the one currently in place was installed around a year and a half ago).
I drive around 2500 miles per month, and am currently trying to do much, much less.
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2005 SXT AWD. Purchased in March of 2009. Totaled on January 16th, 2013. 75k excellent miles together.
1982 Isuzu I-Mark Diesel. Haphazardly acquired January 2010.
1981 Honda Twinstar. Salvaged from my backyard in 2009.
2006 Volvo S60R. Acquired Feb 1st, 2012.
1966 Ford F100. Acquired March 30th, 2012.
I (and by "I", I mean my wife...lol) have been running RWD front springs for a couple thousand miles. I changed the driver-side inner boot maybe 300 miles before the springs went in, so I'm gonna really check it out on the next oil change. I have noticed the car doesn't seem quite as boat-like on takeoff, and I feel way less body roll with just the front lowered. The only downside is adjusting to feeling every single wrinkle in the road. I'm hoping new struts will help alleviate some of that.
On another note, a donated K&N intake went in today, and she sounds delicious combined with the Flowmasters.
2006 Magnum R/T AWD ... Brilliant Black ... Flowmaster Force II Catback, K&N Intake, 20% Tint
2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4DR ... Sienna Pearl ... bone stock ... my "fuel-efficient car" ... haha
I was the very first person to have BCR Coilovers in my AWD because my car was the test vehicle. I don't drive a whole lot, but it's been a few years now and my suspension is still going strong and is the best aftermarket suspension I've ever had. I highly recommend them to anyone looking for a great set up for a great price. Hit up Circuit Motorsports.
How much of a drop can you achieve wirh bc coilovers?
Mine's been lowered with KW coilovers for over five years with no problems.
2005 Magnum SXT AWD - Inferno Red
Mods: Diablo Predator, JBA headers, Zoomers single exhaust, K & N Aircharger, KW coilovers (variant 2's), 402 Motoring tinted tails, lots of Billet Technology stuff, real walnut dash kit, MOPAR on-dash nav, NC-SXT original honeycomb grille, Jina's Embroidery custom headrests.
BTW - I'm about an inch lower than a stock RT.
Where i can get bump-steer kit for my awd? Im lowered with BC coilovers.Very bad driveable on bad road in Ukraine
Last edited by Gardei; 07-29-2012 at 04:21 AM.
So a 2 inch drop is right about the safe height drop for the AWD cars without breaking anything??
my wheel gap with the 235-50's is simply horrendous!
Well, I havea set of Tein springs on order. should be here in a day or so.
They will drop my AWD C 1.8 around.
On such a minimal drop, should I worry?
I absolutely love my car, but dam...it's all over the place with the stock suspension.
Does you car have Ka-chunka-chunk
AWD + HEMI = OMG