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Old 07-11-2008, 01:24 PM   #1
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we have heard that the koni shocks would make a world of difference in how the super c (seneca) handles. there was something else done that was like a sway bar but, not that..

anyone have any ideas. we just bought ours (after we meet a person that did this stuff).. we never took their name or anything either.
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we have heard that the koni shocks would make a world of difference in how the super c (seneca) handles. there was something else done that was like a sway bar but, not that..

anyone have any ideas. we just bought ours (after we meet a person that did this stuff).. we never took their name or anything either.
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I have spent about 4K on the suspension with both front and rear bars, koni shocks, steer safe and some other items. You would not believe the difference with the handling.
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Old 08-03-2008, 04:00 PM   #4
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we are ordering the koni shocks and front and rear trac bar and the front and rear sway bar..

i hope it really helps the handling. i drove behind on the way home and saw how rough it could be.

thanks for the input..
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