Hi guys This is my first post and after researching for hours day after day i'm overwhelmed with all the options of 4 links out there. I'm currently building a protouring 69 Roadrunner and am wanting to lower the car as much as possible. I've decided to go with coilovers instead of air. I've looked at a few different kits such as the Ridetech bolt on and have asked them a few questions such as when installing the kit with the spring relocation kit does that raise the ride height? they said no it doesn't but in theory it does bringing the coils from a diagonal to parallel. I talked to Bill from RMS who was great on the phone and was very helpful and he explained that he does change the coilover size when mounting the coil inward to get the lower ride height. ridetech says there kit will lower the car approx 2" but they didn't seem to know what would happen if i moved inboard. I could get the ridetech kit with out the coilovers install it then measure my ride height and order coils at a later date. What would you guys recommend? I feel I would go with the RMS but it is a month away where the ridetech is a few days away. Are there any other kits you guys would recommend? CF, Gerst Whats everyone running these days Tri or Parallel ? What would be better for a street cruiser with the odd track day Is there a difference between running your coilovers in front of the diff opposed to behind the diff other then clearance issues? I also would like a rear sway bar and not sure if i got one from say Control Freak or RMS if it would fit another brand of 4 link? Any help would be appreciated so much information and produces out there so easy to get overwhelmed.