help guide my suspension in the right direction.
ive taken a liking to maximum motorsports, they have been quite helpful on the phone and all. ive just done my 5 lug swap and wonderign what i should do next.
95 calipers, spindles, hubs, rotors, pads, 94-04 balljoints, urethane control arm bushings, mm cc plates, tokico blue shocks and struts, ford racing c springs, stock isos in front, none in the rear, griggs std. length subframes underneath, soon will be putting in the through the floor ones. rear is just ranger axles stock width and 5 lug drums. im pretty sure next up im gonna do a strut tower brace, some sort of adjustable mm lower control arms, and upper control arms.
my ride height is wierd, my back right(passenger) is about a half inch higher than the back left, and ive been told its normal for this and it doesnt mean ive got a warped chasis, but im gonna be told im wrong.. everyone has different views. cars never been totalled, i rear ended someone going 15-20 mph and it didnt cause much damage, but thats another project.
mm phone tech dude said because my rear upper control arm bushings are shot i should just do the panard bar, torque arm, and lower control arms that way i can just ditch the uppers all together. but installing the panhard bar scares me. im positive i want adjustable lower ca's but am nt sure if i should splurge for the extremes or just do heavy duty, and then im not sure if i should worry about the uppers, eventually i plan on doing a phb and ta.
what do you think?
also my pedals a little spongy, should i worry that it wont stop me in case of an emergency, or is it just going to be soft. im gonna get 4 wheel disc and at least pbr calipers for the front before i mess with the master cyl and booster.
thanks for the help
1990 GT hatch 5 speed