I have decided to lower my boss. I was going to use P springs but am now undecided on those or T springs. I hear the T is for looks mainly and not handling plus I really dont want the front dropped much. Anyone tried both?
Splatter said:Two quick questions. Has anyone found the spring rates for the T springs yet?? And are Linear better then progressive springs on the track?
Progressive rate may not be optimum for the track but a great way to increase stiffness under hard breaking (compression) on the track and still offer a compliant ride on the way home.OLOABoss said:There is a reason race cars run linear springs not progressive. Imagine rolling into a turn on the edge of adhesion and suddenly the spring rate increases.
Hi Geneva,geneva said:In have the T springs, ride quality on the street is very close to stock and the rear drop is perfect IMO. On the track definitely less dive under hard braking as the front T springs are a progressive rate wind vs. the linear stock spring. Body roll is also reduced and overall the car feels more planted. Best of both worlds!