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Maxx cams adjustable torsion bar keys

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Old 03-04-2010, 11:53 AM
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What do you guys think about these? I think they could be the way to go if you don't want to do a coilover setup. They say 2.5" up or down. I'm thinking lowering bump stops, new bushings- sway bar, uca lca...

Has anyone here used these yet
 
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You can damage your CV shafts going up too far with the stock keys. Anything over 1.5" up and you are asking for problems with the front half shaft angles.

If you are looking to go down, I think you can get pretty far down using the stock keys as well. If you can't go far enough down, then these or other lowering keys would probably work.

That's a lot of $$$ though!
 
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I am thinking with these keys, a guy could lower the front end to a reasonable point without losing ajustablilty of the torsion bars. i might actually try these out. they are still cheaper than coilovers and tubular uca's and lca's. The only ones I've seen are Turbotime's Sy/Ty coil over kit and they are around $1500.
 
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