You're hitting the bumpstops. I got an education this weekend on how important suspension travel is. I have GC coilovers (350 front/250 rear) with Cusco camber plates. Up until this weekend, I had it lowered slightly less thn 1 inch. I had zero suspension travel. I took a zip tie and put it around the shock piston. I then drove 1 mile down the street and back to my house. Jacked the car up and the zip tie had disappeared under the bumpstop. This is lowered 1 inch with springs that are ~twice as stiff as a typical lowering sport spring. I raised the ride hieght 1/2 inch and the difference is amazing. It is now pleasant to drive on the street. It now autocrosses so well, I finished with the 2nd fastest time yesterday!<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">I'm just getting tired of the harsh ride. </font>
Originally posted by Scarpa:
I went from eibach/tokico's to stock springs over AGX's on my car, and the ride and handling improved tremendously. I would NOT consider it a downgrade at all. I also have the ST swaybars front and back. A pretty nice suspension setup IMO. I am going to put GCs on in about a week though
I was just wondering how happy you were with the GC/AGX set-up. I currently have pro-kits with AGX'S and was considering going back to the stock springs with AGX's, and getting the ST bars. Let me know your impressions.