+1 on replacing subframe carrier bushings with urethane units (Ireland Engineering also makes good ones) Rear camber cannot be adjusted unless you install some weld-in toe/camber adjustment plates (also made by Ireland) but this requires removing the subframe and some welding skills. If you plan to track, consider some front camber plates (or swap your stock strut hats side to side for some additional camber)I have close to 90K on the original suspension I have decided to go with the TC Kline true match adjustable coil over.
What all besides the shock mounts should I replace while i have the car apart?
Any suggestions on rear camber adjustment options?
+1Great! I will mostlikley order urethance subframe bushings and oem replacement trailing arm. Just ordered the TC Klline S/A coil overs but forgot to specify spring rates just told them it was for street. What rates should I expect?
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Mine went at 75K and one of the few shops I trust has had so many S54 water pump failures that they recommend preemptive replacement at 75K miles for their customers.Unlike other models, most don't preventatively replace the water pump -- but watch for spray from the bearing (white residue on hood blacket and elsewhere). Mine went at 40k, but I haven't heard many others have that problem.