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SlowLS1
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Your car (Camaro, Firebird, Trans Am, etc): Trans Am WS6
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11 Feb 2010
Hey guys,

I've spent the last few months lurking, absorbing and reading. Which is what I try and do every time before I make a move on my car. This board has an excellent "signal to noise" ratio when it comes to cold hard facts and solid technical insight. Thanks to everyone for keeping that standard alive.

That being said I've picked up the following parts from Sam this week:

- Koni 4/4's
- Strano Springs
- Strano Bars

Didn't go adjustable bar in the rear as I'm gonna run GSD3's at all four corners on the factory 17x9's.

I've still gotta pick up some better LCAs and possibly an adjustable panhard bar just to complete the setup. After that I'll dump my brake fluid and put something decent in there. I've already got stainless lines and some Hawk HPS pads which are good enough for now. I know they won't last as long as I'll need them too and might need to swap in a different style of pad should I ever want to do some long lapping days. I'm going to play with fabbing up some basic ducts to the fronts which should help with fade.

Last but not least, in the spring I'm going to see what I can do to get registered for some classes with the Solosprint guys near Toronto. It's one thing to have a great suspension on the street but I'd also like to learn how to actually use it on a track...
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