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  • Project STR Wrap-Up: The Tire & Wheels

  • …Will the Kumho Solus TA71 Move to the Head of This Grand Touring All-Season Class? - Winter Update Category: Tires Length: (02:31) Motion vs. Progress: Does New Equal Better in Ultra High Performance All-Season Tires? - Winter Update Category: Tires Length: (02:55) Testing Ultra High Performance…

  • STOP : in the name of satisfaction.

  • …frozen rotors before minimum thickness was achieved. The number one issue I see with brakes is the way we use our brakes. We're taught to brake progressively - soft at first and then apply more pressure to the brakes as we slow to a stop. This method will increase pressure on the brakes as they heat…

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  • Suspension Tech Information - How Low Can I Go?

  • …are required to control vehicle movement with reduced suspension travel. Eibach and H&R usually provide the required higher spring rates using progressive rate springs that minimize the effect on ride quality. However, the lower you go the higher the spring rate required! Vehicles must always be…

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  • O.Z. Racing Wheels: Wheels With Passion

  • …Will the Kumho Solus TA71 Move to the Head of This Grand Touring All-Season Class? - Winter Update Category: Tires Length: (02:31) Motion vs. Progress: Does New Equal Better in Ultra High Performance All-Season Tires? - Winter Update Category: Tires Length: (02:55) Testing Ultra High Performance…

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  • The Necessity of Aftermarket Shocks / Struts

  • …2011 models and bolts up without any modification to the strut mount units. Although the Eibach springs are not the stiffest available, their progressive rate is far beyond the factory rate of 150lbs/in. For that reason, it is important to increase the compression and rebound rates of the shock…

  • Tire Tech Information - How Low Can I Go?

  • …are required to control vehicle movement with reduced suspension travel. Eibach and H&R usually provide the required higher spring rates using progressive rate springs that minimize the effect on ride quality. However, the lower you go the higher the spring rate required! Vehicles must always be…

  • Review of: BFGoodrich g-Force Sport

  • …firm ride %28harsh if you will%29, and these tires are a little too soft-riding for me. Steering inputs when dry is great and seems to get progressively more responsive when steering wheel turns increase. Very high breakaway speed with no squealing. Noise%3F For most people they would be somewhat…




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