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Whats going on, my name is Kory Slight I am going to pick up my 08 titan SE CC LB 4x2 on december 26 (late christmas present) I was wondering what you guys think the best setup for the money would be? I am looking for a setup with a good look, where I can run through some rough stuff including whoops miner drop offs etc. without to much problem, and also maybe some small little jumps. I know I am asking alot but I also need to keep price in mind since I am already working 3 jobs to get this titan while still supporting my mx racing. I also dont want to lose alot of reliability since it is a brand new truck. I really appreciate any help you may give me on finding the correct setup.
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Kory Slight
 

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That's an easy one: The PRG Products Performance Lift!

The 4" PERFORMANCE PACKAGE includes a great selection of our highest quality components to make your Titan handle its best. This includes DRE coilovers or Sway-A-Way coilovers, Total Chaos upper a-arms, Deaver 1" mini-pack, Bilstein rear shocks, urethane bumpstops, and associated hardware. This kit will provide 2wds a little over 4" of front lift and about 1.25" of rear lift to give a level stance. 4wds can go to almost 4" of lift in front and about 1.5" in the rear and will have about 1" of forward rake.

Check it out on www.prgproducts.com
 

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54warrior said:
That's an easy one: The PRG Products Performance Lift!

The 4" PERFORMANCE PACKAGE includes a great selection of our highest quality components to make your Titan handle its best. This includes DRE coilovers or Sway-A-Way coilovers, Total Chaos upper a-arms, Deaver 1" mini-pack, Bilstein rear shocks, urethane bumpstops, and associated hardware. This kit will provide 2wds a little over 4" of front lift and about 1.25" of rear lift to give a level stance. 4wds can go to almost 4" of lift in front and about 1.5" in the rear and will have about 1" of forward rake.

Check it out on www.prgproducts.com
Yep, that was a no-brainer. What he 54Warrior said is your best choice. Greg is an absolute stand-out guy when it comes to customer service and all of your suspension needs. Many of us on this forum have bought our suspension setups from Greg and we couldn't be happier.:cheers:
 

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You're done shopping.....you've been given the correct answer twice. :cheers:
 

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Only thing I'll add to what the others said, is that since you have a 2wd, also get the 4" spindle, and set your coilovers to minimum preload/lift.

With this setup, if you are willing to keep the coilovers set to minimal lift, you can get away w/o the aftermarket upper A-arms, and would use the stock application version of the SAW c.o., or even use the 2" diameter body Radflo coilovers, which are a few hundred less. Together this would cover the cost of the 4" spindle. Might even be enough with just eliminating the upper and going to the stock application SAW.

There's a pic of the spindle in the first package on the page the link in my sig. leads to. The second package on the page is the 4" Performance Package.
 

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Thank you everyone for all of your help and suggestions, I called greg at PRG today and he was very informative and helpful. I think greg has helped me find the setup that will work the best for my truck and has everything I am looking for. Once I get about 10,000 to 15,000 miles on my new truck (time to save money) I am going to order it up.
 

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54warrior said:
That's an easy one: The PRG Products Performance Lift!

The 4" PERFORMANCE PACKAGE includes a great selection of our highest quality components to make your Titan handle its best. ]
I knew prg had to have you on the payroll:rofl: You used "our highest quaility."
 

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I would look further into the NCD but I cant afford the price tag without coil overs, let alone with CO's, fender flares you would need, and assorted other things I might need for this kit. It does look like a nice set up but I just cant afford it. When I talked to Greg at PRG he was very understanding of my budget and didnt try to sell me a kit I wouldnt need.
Thanks for all of your help, and keep any other suggestions coming.
 

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When I talked to Greg at PRG he was very understanding of my budget and didnt try to sell me a kit I wouldnt need.
Huge green Flag....:cheers:
 
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