High Horsepower Lower Control Arms

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    2009 GT500 with about 650hp to rear wheels, what lower control arms recommended? Seems the current ones on the car now are getting crushed to a certain degree and it is gaining clearance.
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    What is the primary and secondary purpose of the car? Depending on what your intended use will depend on the best arms for your situation.
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    With that kind of power your going to want a something like our extreme joint version with a hybrid poly/metal ball bushing design. Standard poly bushings can take a beating but 650hp to the rear tires is a lot of shock loading when your launching at high RPM on drag radials or slicks.

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