Originally Posted by CanAutM3
I have to disagree with this. I have been running NT01s for a few years now on a stock EDC suspension and it is quite capable of handling the extra grip provided by the tires.
The stock suspension is clearly not the "best" setup for a track dedicated car, however it serves the dual purpose of a DD and week-en track toy quite well.
I did have to add camber plates to optimize tire wear though.
You have to experience with the suspension that is purposed build to work on Nt01's to know the differences.
Of course, we can run any r-compound on stock suspension for sure, much more grip than street tires anyway. However, that's not the point I was talking.
Also, tire wear is not the point for getting camber plates.