Originally Posted by M3SQRD
So you've never adjusted ride height at the track to deal with "steady state" handling issues, like midcorner understeer or oversteer? It's not that difficult to make adjustments to compensate for changes in ride height.
Perhaps the RS1 is superior on an e9x M3
We agree on one thing - the Ohlins R&T is really just Ohlins "R"
That takes the fun out of track days, minimum tinkering and maximum track time, all preps are done before hand.
You can add constant ID Swift main and helper and make the Ohlins R&T fully adjustable if that is what you need.