In my opinion 15" GC is for the 72" models, the 64" models should stay down at 12 to 13"
I don't know that I have seen a different setting for the 72 vs 64 but I bet you're right. There should be a difference.In my opinion 15" GC is for the 72" models, the 64" models should stay down at 12 to 13"
Nah, low-rider stock settings are 12-13” on the XDS. Not where you want to be. You want to be ~14.5 on stock tires/ 16” GC on 32s is where Im sitting with Shock Therapy tuneIn my opinion 15" GC is for the 72" models, the 64" models should stay down at 12 to 13"
Interesting contribution from someone who is a allegedly a handling expert.
is fun sarcasm new to you Tim??
1–driving abilities and experience are a big piece of the pie!
2–suspension set up is another big pie piece! But everyone has their own “different” opinion on this one.
3–Tires and pressures used is yet another piece. Everyone has their own opinion again here!
The further out of whack a car is set up Suspension wise, just makes it that much harder for the driver to learn the true limits of the car.
This issue can get talked about for ever?! Everyone and thier mother has a different Suspension set up recipe they feel works best.
How many different tire types and sizes are available now?? To many to count.
How different is the terrain around the world?? What about driver experience levels??
There is NOT a simple one answer fits all here.
I prefer dancing “with” the car, not fighting the car. It’s up to the owner to set up thier personal car to for their own personal dance! And learn and experience through practice with a dance partner car that is set up optimumly to fit the owners needs.
thanks for the laugh Tim!Let me tell you what's not new....
You being sarcastic and condescending.
The guy who tries to paint himself as the handling expert responding with sarcasm is par for the course with you.
Glad to hear you dont try and paint yourself the handling expert, at least you're being honest about that.thanks for the laugh Tim!
I don’t need or try to paint myself as anything. The amount of suspension work i Get and Cars given me to tune is the real paint on the wall.
So don’t be such a hater?!
Sorry if Your one of those guys that loves to pull the “Feelings” card. Lol.
Have great day. I sure am!!
I rolled a 64" rental unit on its side by doing a half donut and not having enough wheel spin when I was still in the turn. The key is having enough wheel spin and straightening out BEFORE letting off the gas. Or just dont drift...I didn't hit the brakes, and it wasn't a full donut, like I said I was just going to whip it around a little in a clearing on gravel and as I mentioned I've done it many times with my previous Mavs and this one too. Just wondering if I can adjust this tippiness out of it, without losing to much GC.