|[B]Originally posted by hyperv6:|
If it were so cheap and easy GM would have gotten it right to start with. Just look at all the changes from 87-88. This is what they decided it needed and not just added some bars and shocks.
THIS is a tough pill to swallow for a majority of the pre 88 Fiero owners here. Way too often we hear "You can make an 84-87 handle just as well as an '88" and your statement sums it up. IF it were as easy as springs and sway bars GM wouldn't have spent $30 million on the '88 redesign. They would have put stiffer springs and sway bars on. Most don't understand that the front and rears on 84-87 Fieros don't "play well together" regarding important things like dive and squat, because they are BOTH front end designs originally, and that this isn't fixed by throwing add on parts at it...the early cars were a cool looking commuter car with parts bin suspension. Looked good, but couldn't deliver on the looks. I love all the Fieros I've had, but the early cars aren't very good handling cars as they were built...
[This message has been edited by FieroFanatic13 (edited 04-26-2014).]