Originally Posted by Sydtron
I'm interested. There's a bit of stock slop that can be firmed up without sacrificing ride quality. It's a big touring car now and it is encourage to see that there will be aftermarket dampening to reflect that.
One thing I want to ask though with the springs -- will they be constant or progressive rate?
For most lowering springs they have to have progressive coils to maintain tension during full droop. Other wise when you raise the car the springs would be loose.
The other benefit is the small progressions work well on the smaller bumps while the larger sections tend to support the car once it "takes a set" in a corner.
Hope that helps.