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I'll go with soft/soft first, thanks Dave :) (archive)

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Posted by Tommy on October 06, 2000 at 15:02:21:

In Reply to: Firm/Firm (more) posted by Pras on October 06, 2000 at 14:38:08:


I'd recommend you go with soft/soft to start - get used to the handling change. The more body roll you dial out, the finer the line between traction and spinning becomes. Change to firm/firm a little later. On the firm settings, you don't get nearly as much 'warning' before the car breaks loose - it grips like mad, though! Soft/Soft is also a little kinder on your passengers...

Even soft/soft is a BIG difference over stock.


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