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      12-29-2012, 07:31 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Class-of-2013 View Post
I think I read somewhere the ZCP springs have different spring rates (stiffer) and aren't simply just lower by .5 inches, contributing to improved cornering behavior. I do know from my old non-ZCP M and this car ZCP car, the Sport EDC is substantially stiffer off the cuff. Feels extremely neutral coming off an off-ramp at relatively high speed (track of course if different).

Thanks for the thoughts though, looking forward to seeing the ZCP suspension in action this March.
One other advantage of the ZCP dampers is the damping is not fixed in Sport mode whereas on non-ZCP dampers the damping is fixed in Sport mode - allows the ZCP suspension to absorb bumps even in Sport mode which is a nice advantage to have especially on a bumpy track!
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