I've got a 2002 GT vert, 381 rwhp, 384 torque.
MM standard Lower Control Arms
Bilstein HD Shocks and Struts
Kenny Brown subframe connectors (just regular box ones)
Cobra front Brakes.
Otherwise I'm completely stock. springs, bushings, etc...
My car has 64k on it and I drive it daily. The first thing I'm investing in is some good sticky tires when the weather changes.
Some of the handling characteristics that I'm dealing with:
The rear always walks to the side once the wheels break loose.
The high roll makes me extremely nervous to take turns hard.
I'm not exactly loaded with cash but I want to incrementally improve my car without buying parts that I'm just gonna replace in the next step anyway. I'm looking for some good advice on the next few parts because I have no idea what to do next. Here are some ideas I'm tossing around. At this point I'm only looking for the next 1 or 2 parts to save up for.
Are CC plates extremely fundamental and important? (i.e. get those next)
Are springs the best bang/buck?
Would a PHB or watts-link be appropriate to do before either of the above?
Are these subframe connectors a complete waste and worth ditching for MM ones or EVM cross-brace?
I'd like the handling characteristics to just be safer for the moment and feel more predictable. I can't go too much lower because of the splitter which has about an inch of clearance right now when parking my car (and that's with stock springs and going in on an angle) which kinda stinks because I've got some serious wheel gap.