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You know, I'm not sure. The last Central Valley Z Club meeting I attended was a run up to Table Mountain back in September. There were a dozen of us or so that made the trip.
Now, that things have settled down a bit (just got married in Feb), I'm getting back into the Z scene. I just revamped the www.centralvalleyz.org website, but not everyone has re-registered yet. The old site had 55 people signed up.
Are you going to the Z Convention in June? Looks like a handful of us will be there. If it's anything like the Motorsport show (500-600 Zs), it should be awesome.
The car is less choppy over imperfections on the road and the overall quality of the ride is better. The ride isn't really stiffer as one might think since the car is lower...it just seems to rebound a lot better and settle quiclky over bumps. Compared to the stock suspension, I would say that it just plain and simply rides like it should have stock. So yes and yes, it rides more comfortably and it seems to settle better in the turns.