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woodsy29
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6th Mar 17 at 20:06   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Anyone know of anywhere still selling these?
Tried pretty much everywhere I can think of.
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IvIarkgraham
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6th Mar 17 at 20:16   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

demon tweeks?
taylorboosh
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Look for a cav one

Or balance motorsport?
woodsy29
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Tried demon tweeks and Balance. No joy. I have got a cavalier one but never bothered to do anything with it. I think when I get a minute I'll have a go at it. Was hoping just to get one to bolt straight on really but these cars are becoming really difficult to find parts for!
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Try calling Whiteline direct. They are alright to deal with iirc.


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Jake
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Ebay
woodsy29
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Do these really make a big difference in handling in anyone's opinion? Has anyone tried the cavalier alternative?
Sly_SRi
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I'm planning on buying one for my Corsa C, in theory they should make a significant difference as Corsa's have been designed to understeer at the limit. So stiffening the rear has the result of increasing front end grip.


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Made a big difference in my gsi. I also removed the front arb which helped a lot with turn in
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Sorted. Got some brackets made up to mount the center bushes and reckon I can use some old shocker bushes for the outer ones. Looks almost like all the stuff in the whiteline kit so it's going on tomorrow!
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Made a big difference in my gsi. I also removed the front arb which helped a lot with turn in


That's a brave move! I bet the front end grip was awesome, but did you notice an issue with lift off oversteer or was it nicely balanced?


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Originally posted by Jake
Made a big difference in my gsi. I also removed the front arb which helped a lot with turn in


That's a brave move! I bet the front end grip was awesome, but did you notice an issue with lift off oversteer or was it nicely balanced?


I never smashed it around but my mate bought it from me off the back of owning a 106 gti and said it handled better than the pug. He used to drive like he had just nicked the motor
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quote:
Originally posted by Jake
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Originally posted by Sly_SRi
quote:
Originally posted by Jake
Made a big difference in my gsi. I also removed the front arb which helped a lot with turn in


That's a brave move! I bet the front end grip was awesome, but did you notice an issue with lift off oversteer or was it nicely balanced?


I never smashed it around but my mate bought it from me off the back of owning a 106 gti and said it handled better than the pug. He used to drive like he had just nicked the motor


Wow, that's interesting. I went from a 106 GTi to my Corsa and was shocked how poorly it's turn in response was, in fact initially I was nervous taking it round corners too fast. Maybe I should try removing the front roll bar and see what happens!


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