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Old 09-11-2012, 11:12 AM   #1
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Hotchkis 80115-1 Stage 1 TVS Suspension Kit

Just a heads up to anybody interested, it's really cheap on Amazon right now.

I picked one up on Amazon for $560 shipped and I'm enjoying it so far. I have been pushing the car much further than I ever felt comfortable doing before. I'm sure the car could do it, but the amount of stock body roll just felt disconcerting at 50 mph at this one particular corner of a local road.

The Pedders Street Z (front radius HD inserts and rear cradle) and steering rack bushings went in last night and so far everything feels solid. They eliminate a lot of movement in the front end and rear subframe. I haven't really pushed it with the bushings yet but hopefully will hit those twisty roads soon.
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2010 2SS/RS LS3 built October 30, 2009
416ci/6.8L stroked LS3 with 495 RWHP@6k/470 TQ@4.4k; Lunati 235/243 .626"/.634" 114LSA +3
SLP retro badges, MGW shifter with Race Knob, Hotchkis TVS Stage 1 (coils and sways), Pedders Street Z and steering bushing, 3.91 Gear swap, red powdercoated calipers (Mike the powdercoater), Z28 Air Induction (Cold Air Intake) Kit, ZL1 side skirts and rock guards, Lunati stroker kit, Kooks 1 7/8" coated longtubes and cats, heater hose relocation, fuel rail flip, SLP front splitter.
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