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LCA without an increase in NVH? Is this possible?


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I need your help. I want to add Lower control arms and relo brackets (car is lowered approx 1.25) for traction purposes. My Shelby is a 2011 vert so it is a cruiser and not a strip car.

 

What do you recommend that would help without producing any increase in NVH? Is this this possible.

 

Roush has a set of billet that uses a "special" rubber bushing they claim does not increase NVH. Does anybody have experience with them?

 

How about the Shelby billet LCA's? I am open to any and all suggestions? One person has recommended J&M.

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