Rally cars typically dont raise the ride height on suspension set ups... optimum for performance is right near stock ride height.Streetman said:I'm looking for an all around setup that will let me raise the car up a bit for off road/rallycross. Anyone got the hot ticket for rallycross and autocross? Or is that just going to not be feasable? BTW, I don't give a damn about ride quality. I want handling damnit! God knows with a 1.8 liter, I'm not going to get power.
le stock. its a french company i have stock springs and struts currently, and as i did the two times i have wasted away at Streetaritaville. i'll be putting the AGX on with the stock springs in the beginning of march. i can't do springs and stay in G Stock for auto-x. whitelines should be good, so are the eibachs. and then you can get the ground control threaded collars and have poor man's adjustable coilovers. for me personally due to the amount of unsealed surface driving i do, i wouldn't want to lower the car any. i already have concerns about the AGX's durability for rally-x but we shall see. its just really difficult to improve on the gravel/dirt performance of the stock RS suspension on the cheap. speaking of which, where are you getting such a good deal on AGXs. i still need to get the rears (got the fronts used).10th Warrior-
What springs do you have? Is that the setup you had when you came here?
yep... on the rally car.. DMS 50mm full rally spec...RallyImprezive said:I bet she is running the venerable DMS 50mm, which goes for $2500
With unlimited funds...I would proly run DMS 60mm or Ohlins. Mmmm.