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#8: 07-20-2012, 12:38 AM
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Preload changes the bump to droop ratio. If you are banging off the bumpstops for example, more preload will give you more bump travel but less droop. To actually have a signficiant effect on spring rate you would need more preload than there is weight on that corner (which would also mean zero droop and that the suspension wouldn't compress at all when you set the car down).
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