Originally Posted by DeusExMaxima
Resmart....Ill trade you my spoiler for the hardtop
I thought about some Tein springs as the drop is .5". How about Tokico HPs instead of the adjustables? Any suggestion for anti-sway bars?
Hotchkis sways. Adjustable sways are key. But what sway settings you use are all up to what springs/dampers and rubber you run and how you want the car to handle. More and more of that is up to you/how you want the car to perform.
A good example; understeer is generally less desirable, but it is much more street friendly/safe. Actually helps stability, without running stupid toe settings. But can make the car "slow to respond" and not very fast around tight sections.
I need a stiff rear sway and springs but I have 245's in the front and a 305 in the back on basically a street r compound lol.
I think the S-techs are a great spring for the street as they're progressive in the front which will help low speed ride "smoothness" but still have decent rates. I think you'd be happy with them, just keep in mind though you will have more camber in the front... Which makes the car turn in a bit faster and "adds over steer" but also makes the car dart a bit more and wears through tires faster. I doubt it would be a huge difference but it does still happen.