I'm looking to improve my handling, and from what I've read, lower springs seems to be the right answer, but I live in Alaska so deep snow and dirt roads are quite common. Is there any way to get harder springs, without lowering the car? I now have boge sport shocks and sway bars.
14-05-03, 03:54 PM
I saw a site, but I do not remember where, where they are making coilovers for classic 900's they were adjustable from 0-4 inches. They were pretty costly(I believe around $600) But i does solve the problem of having lowering coils in the winter. Just jack the car back up for winter and lower it for the summer. :cheesy:
Sound pretty nice, if you think of the site, drop me a line.
I believe you are referring to Brads height adjustable springs (not really coilovers as the damper isn't touched), try www.kcsaab.com and drop Brad an email.
14-05-03, 06:21 PM
Make sure they are good adjustable coilovers. At $600 a set i would say they are prob well built. Because if you get a cheap set they are more likly to fail and well there goes a spring flyin.
14-05-03, 06:36 PM
yeah, and a failed coilover at a bad time = crash...
15-05-03, 07:18 AM
Removing the front sway bar will increase grip and handling -especialy on rough roads. Having a front sway bar as well as stiffer springs and shocks will give a very harsh and twitchy ride.