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      03-04-2009, 11:28 PM   #45
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Originally Posted by lucid View Post
People are hung up on the drop issue. If I were to go for these, it would be about the increased stiffness--but not the type of increase you would get if you are constantly riding on the bump stops with the H&Rs for instance. Why do you want your cars aggresively dropped anyway? Apart from the riding on the bump stops issue, you alter the suspension geometry significantly. How is that desirable? All of the reviews I've read about Dinan suspension mods indicate that they get this kind of thing right, in some cases with test data to back it up in terms of lap times and that kind of thing.
+1000000.

Why spend the money on an //M to then screw up one of the best parts of the car: the handling set-up. To just add an agressive drop screws it all up. To change one thing, requires changing many things, and changing them very carefully and with lots of understanding of how every little difference affects every part. Not easy, and certainly not simple.

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