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#986: 02-11-2013, 01:17 PM
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I would expect flatter steady-state cornering from the increased spring rate.

I would also expect the higher spring rate to cause the suspension to overshoot slightly (or slightly more) in rebound. Might feel less "tied down" or a little more "floaty".

What you'd be doing is moving the percent critical damping down and further away from the region of "best grip".