Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: SF Bay Area, CA
Eyeballing it, I see:
a) Very narrow inner pivot spacing.
b) Lots of exposed rod ends and spherical bearings.
The former is bad as a general rule of suspension design, and the latter is IMO a bad idea in a street suspension both for NVH and durability reasons.
That lower crossmember attachment appears to hang the entire steering and suspension loading off the two wimpy tack-welded LCA pivots, you lose the stock lower crossmember and nothing replaces it (much less tying the LCA pivots to the subframe rails like the Cobra Automotive/Boss 302 mod crossmember.)
I don't much like that at ALL.
Last edited by JEM; 01-02-2011 at 10:17 PM.