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Weld your suspension together for a good solid bounch.
 

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hahaha
 

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at least 800 lb/in springs, compression and rebound adjustable shocks, beefy swaybars (mugen, hint hint), and your just getting started.
 

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RealTime used 800 lbs/in front and 1200 rear for their Type-R race cars, so that must mean those are good rates for everyone else to use on the street, right?













Of course, I'm kidding. There is such a thing as too stiff; the stiffness needs to match the driver's style and skill, as well as the type of racing and the current track conditions.
 

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Why do you want such a stiff suspension?
 

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I have 450 front and 380 back with koni shox and its pretty stiff, add some sway bars and it will be pretty darn close to no body roll. I dont think i would like much stiffer, mine gets harsh at times on bad roads.
 

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H&R are stiff as a bastard, the coilovers i mean, their springs are just moderate...

the onld suspension article is deleted so i cant check now, but i remeber like 950 lb rates for either the front or back...
 

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JustTegIt on Mar/11/04 said:
H&R are stiff as a bastard, the coilovers i mean, their springs are just moderate...

the onld suspension article is deleted so i cant check now, but i remeber like 950 lb rates for either the front or back...
Those are for the H&R 'Race' or something coilovers...the usual ones you see are not that stiff.
 

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kbplaya on Mar/11/04 said:
I'm wondering what suspension to get for NO bodyroll and a really stiff ride?
Do you plan on keeping the car streetable or will it be a track only car?

I suggest you do some reading and plan a budget. Educate yourself before you go asking vague questions like this.
 
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