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Old 10-16-2007, 10:47 PM
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stifer shocks

i see thetas thing at autozone that you put in between to of the coils on the shock spring and it supposed to mack it stiffer by not meting it compress all the way kinda like the things they use in nascar. i was thinking of getting them but what is the bad said of using them
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That bad sign is that you dont have a Nascar car that really only drives on smooth, semi-level tarmac...

...your car is for the street and the suspension needs all of the shock travel/spring.
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NASCAR actually uses spring rubbers (not actually rubber, but polyurethane) to lower or raise the spring rate on the fly (normally half a second when the wheels off) I think what your talking about would be a bad idea.
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NASCAR actually uses spring rubbers (not actually rubber, but polyurethane) to lower or raise the spring rate on the fly (normally half a second when the wheels off) I think what your talking about would be a bad idea.
thats what i was talking about i should have but in y i wanted them i was going to just but them on the back then drive to a show or wear i wanted to take pics just to put a lil more of a lean on my car not going to drive all the time with them
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