The only adjustability on our cars is front toe. The rear is totally fixed, If your suspension overhaul involves the front tie rods then an alignment might be in order afterwards. If it is a purely street driven car, then just go with OEM replacement bushings. The one exception to this would be the rear subframe carrier bushings. Look into getting urethane units from Ireland Engineering or Powerflex. They really transform the handling of the car, remove most of the floatiness in the rear end during cornering, and don't cause an appreciable increase in ride harshness (but maybe some increased driveline whine). Your shocks may be near the end of their life. If you replace the rears, definitely replace the rear shock mounts (RSM's) at the same time. As for shocks, Bilstein Sports are a nice replacement, retain the stock ride height, and restore the stock ride. If you plan really spirited driving, or want to lower the car, then look into coilovers, TC Kline makes a great suspension that is specifically tuned for our cars, is adjustable from almost Lexus-like to autocross ready, and is highly acclaimed by enthusiasts here (including me).
Last edited by KBH22102; 06-14-2011 at 05:29 PM.