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Hi guys, sure you've seen this question before (somebody else has a suspension thread on now), but hoping for some specifics re my car.

Background ... I have a 1990 S13 Silvia (Q Series), S14 SR20DET 5spd manual, FMIC, HKS 256 Cams, 3" downpipe & exhaust, Walbro 255 fuel pump, battery in trunk, aftermarket air intake, manual boost controller, turbo timer, speed limit remover, tein shocks & springs. Car was bought as a stock S13 and mods applied.

Next purchase is an energy suspension master bushing kit.

What I'm looking for is a sway/stabilizer/strut bar, other suspension recommendations to make a solid (well behaved) street setup.

Any help, advice, pointers will be appreciated.
 

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Raziel said:
Hi guys, sure you've seen this question before (somebody else has a suspension thread on now), but hoping for some specifics re my car.

Background ... I have a 1990 S13 Silvia (Q Series), S14 SR20DET 5spd manual, FMIC, HKS 256 Cams, 3" downpipe & exhaust, Walbro 255 fuel pump, battery in trunk, aftermarket air intake, manual boost controller, turbo timer, speed limit remover, tein shocks & springs. Car was bought as a stock S13 and mods applied.

Next purchase is an energy suspension master bushing kit.

What I'm looking for is a sway/stabilizer/strut bar, other suspension recommendations to make a solid (well behaved) street setup.

Any help, advice, pointers will be appreciated.
1- Front and Rear Upper strut bars!
2- Maybe Front and Rear Lower Tie Bars.
3- Bigger Sway Bars Front and Rear.
4- Coilovers or Eiback Pro-Kit with AGX Struts, depending on your Budget...
5- Big Brakes Up front.
6- All of your Bushings In the control arms, and Maybe Hard Tie-Rods if you have bad ones.

This should be a run down of the basic Street Suspension setup, your car will handle much better than before!
 

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240droptop said:
How are your tie rods?
Honestly not sure at this point, would this be worth a "proactive" change up front? costs? recommended replacement? OEM or aftermarket.

Thanks to everyone who replied ....
 
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