Re: [DML] Re: DMC Netherlands lowering springs and shock kit
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Re: [DML] Re: DMC Netherlands lowering springs and shock kit



dmc_5180 wrote:

>Jeremy,
>
>I have the DMCH suspension set up  and the ride is very firm and corners like it's on rails
>this is mostly because their  rear shocks are quite stiff. if you have smooth twisty black top
>roads in your area you will love them. if you drive on roads with cracks and bumps as
>there are in my area you will hate them, because of the stiff rear shocks. unfortunately this
>shock set up recently doubled in price.
>
>Dennis
>
>
I don't claim to be a suspension guru, but wouldn't using a rear swaybar
accomplish the same thing as increasing shock stiffness? Both help to
resist body roll, which helps the cornering, etc. but it seems like
adding a swaybar would give you the best of both worlds, better
cornering without sacrificing the smoother ride the softer stock shocks
yield.  Has anyone ever tried this? if so, how does it effect the
overall handling balance? Any added oversteer or understeer?

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