The ride depends on the roads you drive. Here in the New Orleans area, we have lots of crappy roads. Even our interstate system is bumpy.Rice Boi said:So how is the comfort level for you guys?
do they get bouncy on rough roads?
Thanks, I'm looking into getting some springs myself.
I've seen a lot of posts regardin the ALK - but nothing really concrete. Does it really make you feel as if you could hang the tail end of the car out if you tromped on it like good ol' RWD cars?
In a word: no. At least not at my power level (~220 @ wheels). My friend's RT Spec WRX says he can steer with the throttle. Maybe I just need more power.
Thanks.BlackBoo said:Yeah, turbeaux, what wheels are those.I like em.
Rota Subzeros, 17 x 7.5, +48mm offset. Silver with polished lip. 225/45zr17 Bridgestone Potneza S03 tires.
~$1300 for the set, mounted, balanced and delivered from
www.revolutionmotorsports.com. Check 'em out, they've got very good prices on Rota wheel packages.
Sorry, this is really late. If you're still interested, look at the pic in the first message. The car has a nose-down attitude.TubeDriver said:Nice looking setup with the springs. I have the exact wheel/tire package (from Revolution too) and it makes a world of difference. It is hard to tell from the pictures but do the springs lower the rear too much (rear lower than front so that the car slopes back)?