In Reply to: right on roops, this set up works a treat !! posted by stu on April 21, 2002 at 05:30:43:
It is a good setup but it won't suit everybody. It can be quite harsh if the roads are poor and if you don't track a lot it is probably not the setup for you.
ive been out in a car with this set up and it makes it grip like a ninja !! try talking to Will at geoff steel in the UK they use LEDA setups on there M3 race cars. they have a web site but i cat remember the address off hand.
I have about 2k to invest in suspension. I just picked up my aluminum control arms w/ offset bushings, rear sub frame bushings, and new front wheel bearings. I was thinking about going with coil overs. Any suggestions on the best spring and shock set up? What about the spring rates? Adjustable camber plates? I kinda have my heart set on coil overs. I just don't know enough about them. Any info would be greatly appriciated. I live in Germany so everyday is kinda like a track day. I want the set up toward the most aggressive side. Thanks to all who reply. And yes, driver's school is this summer! I'm a rookie, but I'm addicted to canyon carving!