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      07-23-2009, 01:49 PM   #1
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kw v3 vs. kw clubsport? whats diff?

kw v3 vs. kw clubsport? whats differences?

are the cs to much for the street with some tracking?
heard v3 are soft
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      07-23-2009, 02:25 PM   #2
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The KW V3 is more oriented towards the street/track car while the clubsport is more geared towards a track car. KW V3 has life time warranty when purchased through an authorized vendor while CS doesn't have any warranty at all. The CS comes with pillow uppermount to adjust camber but not caster. Also, the CS uses linear springs while V3 uses progressive.
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