its really up to yo want you want to set it at if you like a stiff ride and want better grip then turn that dial all the way up but if you like a stock feel then set it soft. I dont think the shocks will help tremendously with the understeer.
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Last car '92 Eagle Talon TSI AWD, R.I.P, Current car '00 Toyota Celica GT-S. Next car Fully Built 1st Gen AWD DSM.
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Posts: 824GTQuentin Senior Member
I have a kyb gr2 and tein springs on my car right now. The ride quality is nice and the sturts are a resonable cost. The only thing i dont think the car will drop all the way w/the new shocks on. Mine still hasnt droped 1.4" and I installed them in mid-August.
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