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Most people are still running stock. A few are running Sprint springs, and I know of one using B&G. There are pics in the pic forum of some Sprint cars.
 

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Sprints baby, Rides Great.

heres is a before and after. There is no bounce to it at all and there are no extra noises. the ride is firm but not stiff like a honda ya know. They match the car extremly well.
 

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no shocks yet due to I dont wanna drop anymore than it already did. If you get shocks as well you will lose maybe half inch more and I need it to get in and out of the driveway. It has made a huge differnce though.
 

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LoungeLizard said:
Dose anyone in here auto-x? I was looking into lowering my RL, but only if it would stiffen things up too.
Been racing autocross since 1987, and will certainly run this car, starting in April when the new season opens here (Philadelphia region).

I'm only going to run mild mods, with springs, Konis, intake, exhaust, and tires being my only changes, and will run in STX, since stock class is kinda boring.
 

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Jim Lewis said:
Been racing autocross since 1987, and will certainly run this car, starting in April when the new season opens here (Philadelphia region).

I'm only going to run mild mods, with springs, Konis, intake, exhaust, and tires being my only changes, and will run in STX, since stock class is kinda boring.
I've been running the car in stock class autocross. Took forth in PAX class the first time out (December). Trying it out again this Sunday. I'll let you guys know. I plan on moving to STX, also, when the parts become available. Right now, I'm not even interested in power upgrades until I can get an LSD. Wheelspin is a huge issue when autocrossing this car.
 
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