...So what ended up happening is that you effectively drew the shock shaft higher, so the shock tops out sooner and holds the pressure on the spring, as opposed to the shock continuing to extend and releasing the spring to fly around and jam sideways into your tire? Good thinking, I'll probably end up doing much the same on my car here. Why does it look like your collars have a big fat weld around the middle? They look sorta home made.Originally Posted by 2ndGenGuy
We should see about a group revalving! I wonder if its a kit we can install ourselves...save some cash. I fully intend on buying another set of koni's when cash permits.
I can't wait to hear how these perform on the track. I bet they're a vast improvement over any 2gen suspension, Se-i, 85 hatch or not. BTW I need a rear swaybar setup for my hatch (wink wink)