Anyone using UPR 'Shark' CC plates??

Discussion in 'Suspension and Brakes' started by ElrodKTPQ_89, May 23, 2014.

  1. ElrodKTPQ_89

    ElrodKTPQ_89 Legend

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    Found a guy on fb who is parting with a set, anyone have anything good or bad to say about them? I'm just accumulating suspension parts along the way, I already have a set of Eibach Sportlines.
     
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    I have them on my car and I have had no problem with them. Im sure the 4 bolt designs would stouter, but if you are getting a good deal on them I would snag them. From looking at pics, I think Mr_C has them also. I still havent figured out how to tag folks on here
     
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    I have them! A very simple install, and they look ok. My only complaint about them is that I maxed the camber out on them with H&R sport springs. Also make sure your top strut nut is very tight or they make an awful clunking noise lol.
     
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    I read a couple reviews and noise seemed to be one of the most common issues along with limited adjustability. I think if I was gonna go any lower I would probably just go with a set of MM's but these would prolly do for now. [MENTION=18723]kb1982[/MENTION] $100 shipped is the price which sounded great to me. And for the tagging, just type @ before someone's name like '@ kb1982' but with no space between it.
     
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    Once I got my top strut nut tight it was as quiet as ever, honestly I barely noticed any different compared to stock ones in noise. If you aren't planning to go any lower than I you should be fine.
     
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    That's what I was thinking also. And if I ever do go any lower I could prolly sell those pretty cheap to help someone else out and make a little money back.