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Old 12 Nov 2007, 06:28 pm
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I have a 2007 Convertible GT. While I'm happy with the handling, would it be worth it to upgrade the suspension above the 'Sport' level that it already has? I don't want to ride around in a bone jarring car, just want to add a little more precise handling. Any ideas out there?
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Old 12 Nov 2007, 07:20 pm
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Default Re: Suspension mods

At the very least I'd get the rear sway bar that cheapskate DCX left off starting in 2003. Any other suspension mods depends on what you want. Lowering springs, bigger sway bars, strut bar, poly bushings, etc.
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Old 12 Nov 2007, 07:35 pm
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Cool Re: Suspension mods

Will the rear bar really make that much difference?
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