But that's the great thing about coilovers is that YOU set the car up. The springs just give it the height for the most part, the double shock adjustment that most coilovers give you allow you to set the car up to your liking.
Care to expand on that a little?The springs just give it the height for the most part.
Yea, and the fact that only very few that install coilovers autocross their car so there isn't as much info to go off with in terms of setting the car up.
Best mod is a driver in control. Here is my seat mounted on Impala power seat rails. EZ to switch back to stock seat for the Highway.Nice!
I'm just going for an OEM+ build which means:
As stock interior as possible, so this means those big couches stay
As stock exterior as possible, essentially can't change out the wheels
So that limits me to like 270/40/17s but that won't be happening till these 255 nittos are used up.
Within my limitations just trying to find the combo that can rotate my car nicely.
From what it seems like most do is:
750 + springs in the front + a shock with valving that matches the spring
Keep the rear similar to the stock SS rear spring rate as possible and go small with the rear bar.
Which is not too far off from what your setup currently is madamorr. It maybe the way I think I'll be at least experimenting with.