Cutting springs...

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by YelloEye, Sep 24, 2009.

  1. YelloEye

    YelloEye Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Sweet, well let me know if she doesnt like the ride, I'll more than likely want to trade for those.

    Wouldn't doubt that now man lol, but wait till I come up and we'll do a decent road run just for kicks :D
     
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    rem that canyon road? we can do that one :lol:

    and ill let you know :)
     
  3. YelloEye

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    That road is great for working out your steering, not so much for the suspension though. There isnt enough room or speed around those corners to compress anything at all. But hey I'll run it again, make sure you practice :rofl::rofl:
     
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    lol, i have some others we can run :D
     
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    and your a mod. :think: :rofl: :popcorn:
     
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    beh?
     
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    This is not street racing, the area we are talking about is a nice controlled area where we do a little "aggressive" driving, not to exceed posted speed limits or break any laws.
     
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    Do you have more details on how you did this? i'm considering it since I would like to have a little bit more lower than the sportlines i have on it. But I wouldn't want to do the rake.. can I not cut the backs as well? even if its not by much?

    Thanks.
     
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    The backs will not cut without coming unseated when the suspension gets light or unloads, trust me, you don't want a spring running away at speed.
     
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    thanks man. i'm glad you are still on the site to help us Cobalt Newbies out.. :party33:
     

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