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CR Suspension vs 2004 OEM as a daily driver

 
Old 11-09-2018, 09:48 AM
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OP. Sorry to thread jack :P Hopefully some of what I've posted helps with your decision as well.
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Old 11-10-2018, 10:24 PM
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In general, if CR sus is stiffer than a regular 04, than I'd say stick with the regular S. I've daily driven an 04 for 4-5 years, with light mods; Spoon Rigid collar and all engine/trans/diff. Even with pretty good Bay Area roads with occasional rough roads, I don't think I can tolerate anything stiffer.

I'm waiting until I get better lap times to finally upgrade to Ohlins.
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Old 11-26-2018, 05:03 PM
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I recently changed the shocks/struts on my 07 with about 50K miles to the CR units. The ride is very comfortable for me, but I've HPDE'd an 86 Mustang convertible with Griggs Suspension for 20 years, so anything feels comfortable by comparison. I plan on a square setup using rear AP2 wheels and will install the CR front swaybar then. I stay off rough roads, have a truck for that. The ride is firm, but comfortable. I'm glad I did it. Technically, isn't this a non-adjustable coilover suspension?
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