Readme

Collapse
No announcement yet.

megan racing lower control arms

Collapse
X

megan racing lower control arms

Collapse
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    megan racing lower control arms

    will my stock sway bar bolt on to the megan lower control arms?

    #2
    can someone please help?

    Comment


      #3
      http://www.g2ic.com/forums/showthrea...t=megan+racing

      Comment


        #4
        bump... that is not the answer i wanted. i need to know where to bolt up the sway bar

        Comment


          #5
          It looks like no one has experience with the megans... I for one have no idea what they are or what they look like, do you have pictures of the set up?

          Comment


            #6
            Originally posted by 93dabeast
            will my stock sway bar bolt on to the megan lower control arms?
            Originally posted by 93dabeast
            bump... that is not the answer i wanted. i need to know where to bolt up the sway bar
            http://www.g2ic.com/forums/showthread.php?t=97897
            Did you even read that post and put a little brain power into it? He installed the LCA's with the OEM swaybar. It's not rocket science.

            Comment


              #7
              aparently you didnt read it. it dont say where they bolt up. why dont you go and read it and tell me where it says that?

              Comment


                #8
                Originally posted by 93dabeast
                aparently you didnt read it. it dont say where they bolt up. why dont you go and read it and tell me where it says that?


                Where??? Now I am confused

                Comment


                  #9
                  where what? i just want to know how the sway bar hooks up. do i need new bolts? i know where it goes but i dont know how it bolts up.

                  Comment


                    #10
                    I can see your serious... Yes there are long bolts that go thru the arm and the bar... there is usually four bushings and metal caps with washers. does that help? Can you look at an integra in your area to see an OEM set up? Also the other artical said "Stock bar" that would be the answer to your original question

                    Comment


                      #11
                      I guess you should have spent some extra time on research and bought a set of LCA's that didn't need re-engineering to work

                      Also, I did a 5 min. search and found your solution.

                      Comment


                        #12
                        your talking rear then beast?

                        Comment


                          #13
                          Yeah, it's another aluminum rear lower control arm similar to the ones I have but with less though put into design and time spent on quality control.

                          Comment


                            #14
                            archon why are you killin on me like that? if you dont want to give an answer you dont have to be rude. all i want is an answer without sarcasm

                            Comment


                              #15
                              I bought the megans and they did not line up... the shock bushing is in a different location... dont wast your money

                              Comment


                                #16
                                Originally posted by rosshh
                                I bought the megans and they did not line up... the shock bushing is in a different location... dont wast your money
                                hmm it doesnt work for you, so is it better to get new lca's because i think i really need some along with new bolts when i lower my car because my lca's are rusted

                                Comment


                                  #17
                                  I just used my old rust lca's, cleaned them with a wire wheel, pressed out the bushings and installed es bushings.... cheap and solid.

                                  Comment


                                    #18
                                    Originally posted by MattyG2
                                    my lca's are rusted
                                    You only need the Aluminum LCA for two reasons:

                                    1) Your rear tires rub the fenders. Megan won't fix this. Others will.
                                    2) You want to look cool.

                                    If you don't need either 1 or 2, save your money. Unless your LCA's rusted though, a little surface rust is easy to fix.

                                    Comment


                                      #19
                                      Originally posted by Archon
                                      You only need the Aluminum LCA for two reasons:

                                      1) Your rear tires rub the fenders. Megan won't fix this. Others will.
                                      2) You want to look cool.

                                      If you don't need either 1 or 2, save your money. Unless your LCA's rusted though, a little surface rust is easy to fix.
                                      i wasnt saying the aluminum ones, i was sayign like buying some used ok condition lca's from someone

                                      Comment


                                        #20
                                        they actually rusted to the point of being unsafe?

                                        Comment


                                          #21
                                          Originally posted by strikeback03
                                          they actually rusted to the point of being unsafe?
                                          i dunno, ive been drivin the car since i bought it...lol, and i dont know how long they been like they are now. should i spray something on it? and when i lower my car im gonna need some new bolts for the lca's dont you think?
                                          heres a pic

                                          Comment


                                            #22
                                            bwahahahahahahahahaha


                                            you call that rust?


                                            come on out to the midwest so you know what REAL rust looks like.

                                            omg.....fuckin californians. :p

                                            Comment


                                              #23
                                              There's nothing on that LCA that I can see that a wire wheel and paint can't fix.

                                              Comment


                                                #24
                                                oh i thought mine was bad, sorry!!. so are you sayin i could reuse my lca with new bushings and new bolts and it would be ok? i really want a good suspension setup when i do mine

                                                Comment


                                                  #25
                                                  Originally posted by MattyG2
                                                  oh i thought mine was bad, sorry!!. so are you sayin i could reuse my lca with new bushings and new bolts and it would be ok? i really want a good suspension setup when i do mine

                                                  oh hell yeah....wire brush attachment for a drill will work wonders on getting that surface rust off. then hit it with some krylon.

                                                  add new bushings and you're set.

                                                  Comment

                                                  Working...
                                                  X