Wayward Handling When Braking At Speed

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Re: Wayward Handling When Braking At Speed

Postby bbjon » Tue 17.10.2017, 21:25

Bear in mind as well the fed fronts are 'slightly' higher but if your still on your original rears they may be significantly lower than when new. I'd compare your current ride height to standard before committing to the fed shocks or you might end up looking like a speedboat!
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Re: Wayward Handling When Braking At Speed

Postby Rusty Wishbone » Tue 17.10.2017, 23:01

I upgraded to HiSpecs a year ago, and while they are better than before, I wasn't blown away by their power, and I also sense a little instability. I'm using Ferodo DS2500 pads.
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Re: Wayward Handling When Braking At Speed

Postby Dom » Wed 18.10.2017, 16:46

Can I use the SE springs with the Fed shocks to maintain OE ride height?
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Re: Wayward Handling When Braking At Speed

Postby bbjon » Wed 18.10.2017, 16:50

I don't know for sure but I'm guessing the difference in height is achieved at the spring seat? Someone cleverer than me will be along to clarify soon!
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