Cheaper is not 'worse' as far as the Watts link is concerned. I chose the Fays2 because no welding was required, and I didn't have to replace the differential cover and risk leaks when the cover gets stressed during cornering. I think I recall there were some fitment issues with the Saleen Watts link (the differential cover in particular) and some brands of rear sway bars. Check me out on this last point - I'm pretty sure that's what I remember, but I don't want to steer anyone wrong with bum gouge. I made my decision and moved on. I remember there were several reasons, not just price to pick the Fays2. I don't own stock in Fays, by the way.Planning on doing J&M uppers and lowers first. Lowering is a little further down the road, but mainly wondering if coilovers are better than dampers and springs. Would also love to do the Saleen Watts link but its a little pricey, probably end up going with the Fayes.
Agree completely. I'm pretty sure that how Steeda attaches theirs too. I haven't looked closely at the Saleen unit lately, but I think it clamps on to the axle tube.have had fays2 on for two years with no issues. very solid and works great. if you have any doubt, call Jim (the owner) directly and talk with him...he's a great guy.
Steeda clamps to tubeAgree completely. I'm pretty sure that how Steeda attaches theirs too. I haven't looked closely at the Saleen unit lately, but I think it clamps on to the axle tube.
Hi, welcome to the forum...thought you might like this picI am new on here and I was wondering if anyone has put the eibach pro damper shocks and struts on there car. I have already put the pro spring kit on and love the stance and the difference in handleing is alot better, but I would like to have the car a little stiffer and was wondering if those are the best choice out there?